Space City Slam gives teen poets a chance to make their voices heard.
Houstonians donned their orange to fight MS along with jazz musician Steve Tyrell.
The Pakistani-born writer reads from his most recent novel, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia, at Inprint tonight.
In Lynn Nottage's play, an African American actress thrives in 1930s Hollywood by taking stereotypical roles.
The DJs of "A Fistful of Soul" have been spinning Motown classics and obscure vintage vinyl at Shoeshine Charley's Big Top Lounge since 2009.
The former Houston Grand Opera special projects manager takes new position leading the 18-year-old company.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do.
Paige and Todd Johnson hosted a fiesta for the The Clayton Dabney Foundation.
Houston took a trip into space for Fresh Arts.
Despite an extraordinary performance by 68-year-old Frederica von Stade, the HGO world premiere opera falls flat.
Regional premiere by playwright Johnna Adams explores the fall-out from an 11-year-old boy's suicide.
Dallas-born indie sensation brings her eccentric choreography and uninhibited sound to House of Blues.
The art collaborative Antena takes its crusade for multilingualism to the Blaffer Art Museum.
The musician and artist offers a tour of his mental landscape
Everybody loves breakfast for dinner—and everybody loves Hope Stone.
Houston's finest foods are yours to taste at the Revival Market-hosted event
Houston took a trip to Japan for the Asia Society.
The 17-year-old New Zealand pop sensation and recent Grammy winner brings her anti-consumerist message to Houston.
The crowds came out in force to close out Mardi Gras weekend with a party hosted by Tilman Fertitta.