Visual Art

Boogaloo & The Midnite Hours Grooves at Lawndale Art Center

A joint show considers the variety and significance of black music in America.

02/28/2018 By Chris Gray


Cassandra Chiles Is Fighting For Equality, One Song at a Time

The trans guitarist and her band Giant Kitty make confronting hatred so punk rock.

02/28/2018 By Gwendolyn Knapp

Ice House

Does Houston Have Its Own Song?

Spoiler alert: Yes, and it's called "Houston Is My Home." We had to know more.

02/28/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Ice House

5 Reasons We're Excited For In Bloom Festival

No. 1: Better weather (we hope).

02/28/2018 By Cory Garcia

The Goods

Richard and Carrie Knight Ask: Show Us Your Goods

The local foodie couple debuts a new reality series documenting the people and places delivering Houston's food.

02/27/2018 By Kaylee Dusang

Tulle Makes Everything Prettier

Get an Up-Close Look at the Ballet's Most Treasured Tutus

The "From Stitch to Stage" exhibit gives Houston Ballet-goers a chance to revel at seven of the most fabulous costumes.

02/26/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Horrible and Wonderful

Everything Is Horrible and Wonderful. Just Ask Stephanie Wittels Wachs.

The Houston writer grapples with grief and the loss of her talented brother in a new memoir.

02/26/2018 By Holly Beretto

Sandy Speaks

Remembering the Joy and Injustice of Sandra Bland

An HMAAC exhibit celebrates Bland's legacy while denouncing racial profiling by police.

02/23/2018 By Josh Watkins

rock 'n' roll

Review: We Frickin' Love Simone Gundy

If you see TUTS' production of rock 'n' roll musical Memphis, do it for the singer's outstanding performance.

02/23/2018 By Doni Wilson

Give 'em Grapes

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb. 23-25

Three days filled with bittersweet goodbyes, examinations of difficult history, and a sloth named Rudy.

02/22/2018 By Morgan Kinney

White Iverson

Post Malone Is Coming to The Woodlands

The 22-year-old Grapevine rapper headlines the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion this summer.

02/21/2018 By Abby Ledoux


See Three Decades of Houston Black History in Photos

Photographer Louise Martin chronicled everything from MLK to the Houston Freedom Riders and beyond.

02/21/2018 By Josh Davis Photography by Louise Martin

Budding Talent

This Artist is Blooming All Across Houston

The 24-year-old Tyler Kay wants you to see the beauty in life.

02/20/2018 By Alexis Vargas


Pet Fashion Show Raises More Than $100,000 for Animals in Need

Interfaith Ministries' Best Friends Brunch benefited AniMeals on Wheels, which feeds homebound seniors' pets.

02/20/2018 By Abby Ledoux

deep breath

Take a Deep Breath at the Rothko Chapel

Transitory Sound and Movement Collective takes over the Rothko Chapel Tuesday to explore "the dynamics and subtleties of what life is at its essence."

02/19/2018 By Morgan Kinney

a real lady

Review: Stages Reminds Us of Ann Richards, That Old Texas Treasure

Sally Edmundson resurrects the feisty Democratic politician in a memorable, superlative performance at Stages.

02/19/2018 By Doni Wilson

Double X

Houston's Bechdel Film Festival Celebrates Everything Women Have to Say

14 Pews kicks off a weeklong film festival showcasing work written and directed by women.

02/16/2018 By Brittanie Shey

Good Luck

Houston's Luxury Shopping Centers Are Celebrating Lunar New Year

Ring in the Year of the Dog at River Oaks District and the Galleria.

02/16/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Melting Pot

What Does Discrimination Look Like?

A timely reminder of America's spotty record on immigrants and immigration arrives at the Station Museum of Contemporary Art.

02/15/2018 By Kaylee Dusang

Giddy Up

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb. 16–18

Roller derby, one-woman shows, and country music await.

02/15/2018 By Morgan Kinney