Theater

The Road of Excess

Director Jason Nodler and actor Troy Schulze discuss the Catastrophic Theatre's revival of There is a Happiness That Morning Is

05/10/2013 By Michael Hardy

Art Car Parade

Art Cars for Dummies

Our guide to making (or faking) your very own colorful, bizarre automotive masterpiece.

05/10/2013 By Michael Hardy

Classical Music

Ars Lyrica, Vita Brevis

Early music ensemble announces a 2013-2014 season filled with rarely-heard works

05/09/2013 By Michael Hardy

Books

James v. James

Now that everyone knows James Salter, Terry Doody has a candidate for best undiscovered author

05/08/2013 By Terrence Doody

Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 10–12

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

05/07/2013 By Michael Hardy

World Cinema

Living Like Refugees

Seventh annual film festival explores Palestinian culture over two weekends

05/07/2013 By Eric Harrison

Book Readings

Last Man Writing

Literary lion James Salter helps Inprint celebrate its 30th anniversary by reading from a new novel, his first in 34 years.

05/06/2013 By Stewart Oksenhorn

Conference

Illuminating Turrell

Rice hosts symposium dedicated to James Turrell's spectacular "Twilight Epiphany" skyspace

05/03/2013 By Michael Hardy

Festival

Dance Like an Egyptian

The Houston Museum of Natural Science celebrates Egypt with a cultural festival tonight

05/03/2013 By Michael Hardy

Food For The Ears

11 Songs About Houston Restaurants

Bayou City Rockers And Rappers Salute Their Favorite Eateries

05/03/2013 By John Lomax

Exhibition

Sailing to Byzantium

New Menil Collection exhibition explores connections between Byzantine and modern art

05/03/2013 By Michael Hardy

Documentary

As You Sow, So Shall You Reap

New documentary examines the role of US foreign policy in causing mass immigration

05/02/2013 By Michael Hardy

Exhibition

Seduction by Subduction

Local artist Bob Russell turns the ordinary into the extraordinary in his new Jung Center show

05/01/2013 By Michael Hardy

Picks

Top Things to Do This Weekend: May 3–5

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

05/01/2013 By Michael Hardy

Texas Travel Tunes

Presenting the Texas Music Map

An ongoing, ever-evolving Lone Star State sonic atlas.

05/01/2013 By John Lomax

Comedy

Found Footage Festival

Aurora Picture Show hosts a festival of funny found video clips - and there's nothing paranormal about it

04/30/2013 By Eric Harrison

Theater

Main Street Theater, Tom Stoppard, and Prague

Through Guy Roberts' role with the Prague Shakespeare Theater, the magic of Houston's Main Street Theater will be shared in the Czech Republic

04/30/2013 By Terry Doody

Concert No Shows

Feeling Scorned by Rihanna

We're glad that Rihanna is feeling better, but when will she make up for her cancelled Houston concert?

04/29/2013 By Rachelle Dazile

The De Menils

Slow Dancing with the Muse

William Middleton landed a contract to write a biography of John & Dominique de Menil in 2002. After more than a decade and hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of supplemental fundraising in support of the project, there’s still no book. What happened?

04/29/2013 By John Lomax

Film

Asian Film Festival

Rice University's Asian Film Festival takes place this week at the Rice Media Center

04/26/2013 By Eric Harrison