Classical Music

Requiem for a Dream

The Houston Chamber Choir marks the fiftieth anniversary of JFK's assassination with a commemorative concert.

11/08/2013 By Michael Hardy


Don't Miss These Festivals

From the Tamale Festival to HTX Bike Fest, November is packed with killer festivals.

11/07/2013 By BoJanay Posey

Fashion for a Cause

Buy a Shirt, Help a High School

Proceeds from Montrose T-shirts go to support HSPVA.

11/07/2013 By Katharine Shilcutt


Top Things to Do This Weekend: Nov 8–10

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

11/06/2013 By Michael Hardy

Special Event

The Literature of War

William Broyles and Ben Fountain discuss writing about war ahead of Rice University event for military veterans.

11/05/2013 By Michael Hardy


Hollywood Dreams, Texas Roots

For screenwriter Al Reinart, there’s no place like Houston.

11/04/2013 By Eric Harrison



Indie director Andrew Bujalski comes to Houston to introduce his new film, Computer Chess

11/01/2013 By Michael Hardy

Houston Blues

Women Be Wise

Remembering Fifth Ward's Sippie Wallace, who was born and died on this date.

11/01/2013 By John Lomax


Our Favorite Costume This Year

Someone in Timbergrove built a better mousetrap.

11/01/2013 By John Lomax


Three Days In Music City

In which we take in Nashville's newish art museum and Country Music Hall of Fame and the revamped Lower Broad.

11/01/2013 By John Nova Lomax


Pointe of Reentry

Even after retirement, one Houston Ballet dancer finds that the beat goes on.

10/31/2013 By Peter Holley Photography by Todd Spoth


Houston Police Foundation 6th Annual True Blue Gala

Wherein interactive demonstrations included a shoot house, bomb squad missions, and SWAT rappelling


Q & A

Arts Insider: Kristin Johnson

The Houston Symphony's veteran stage manager discusses translating Alban Berg, fixing broken turntables, and air-conditioning Jones Hall.

10/31/2013 By Michael Hardy


Top Things to Do This Weekend: Nov 1–3

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

10/30/2013 By Michael Hardy

Classical Music

Bonjour, Triste

Sad old story = delightful new evening

10/30/2013 By Michael Hardy

Nighttime Noshing

A Taste of Southeast Asia at Upcoming Night Market

Asia Society's one-night-only night market brings the flavors of Southeast Asia to the Museum District on November 7

10/29/2013 By Katharine Shilcutt


St. Luke’s PULSE Young Professionals Halloween Bash

Pac-men, Kenny Powers, and Cleopatra, oh my!



Top 5 Differences Between the New York and Houston Art Scenes

A year ago, I moved to Houston from the New York area. Here's what I've noticed.

10/29/2013 By Michael Hardy

Chef Chat

Diana Kennedy Must Speak Loudly Before She Expires

The famous cookbook author and Mexican food maven on why preservation is more important now than ever.

10/28/2013 By Katharine Shilcutt


AIA Homes Tour 2013