Like a Good Neighbor

Houston Grand Opera Sings for the Trees

In a collaboration with Discovery Green's Hello, Trees! installation, two HGO artists will perform songs from a menu of choices.

02/14/2018 By Holly Beretto

Festival Season

Here's the Full JMBLYA Music Lineup

J. Cole will headline the traveling Texas hip-hop festival, which hits Houston on May 6.

02/14/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Sweet Jams

Houstonia's Ultimate Valentine's Day Playlist

81 songs to DJ your date night.

02/14/2018 By Abby Ledoux


This Guy Has Probably Read Your Weird (or Sad) Message in a Bottle

Chad Pregrake brings his real-life message-in-a-bottle collection to the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

02/13/2018 By Josh Davis

Poetic Myth

Analicia Sotelo Is the Stuff of Legend

The Houston poet debuts a book of cheeky, surprising poetry that's half autobiography and half myth-making.

02/13/2018 By Chris Becker

Reel Good

ReelAbilities Isn't Here to Inspire You

The free, citywide arts festival showcases art by and about folks with disabilities with the intention of removing stigma and promoting artists.

02/12/2018 By Chris Becker


When a Woman Wants to Be a Lion...

Chana Porter's Leap and the Net Will Appear premieres at Catastrophic Theatre amid a roar of buzz.

02/09/2018 By Holly Beretto

Fitness Friday

Drop Trou and Hit the Streets for Cupid's Undie Run, Then Drink Up at Cupid's Crawl Pub Run

Boxers or briefs? Beer or wine? Decisions, decisions...

02/09/2018 By Abby Ledoux


Paul Auster Is Sorry His Book Is So Long

The author of the massive 4 3 2 1 talks craft and process ahead of his Houston reading.

02/09/2018 By Ryan Pait

light it up

5 Things You Must Do This Weekend, Feb. 9–11

Kam Franklin sings to trees, liberal rednecks, a Mardi Gras kickoff, and more.

02/08/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Nothing Changes

Classical Theatre's An Enemy of the People Offers Old Answers to Current Affairs

“This play is coming up on being 150 years old, and it could’ve been written last week.”

02/08/2018 By Holly Beretto

Literary Lovelies

Inprint Celebrates the Written Word in Style

This year's Poets & Writers Ball raised more than $400,000 for Inprint's programming.

02/08/2018 By Nicki Koetting


Microcuentos Tell Big Stories at Lawndale Art Center

A new exhibition gathers the miniature comics popular in 1970s Mexico.

02/07/2018 By Elizabeth Myong

Robot Love

Robot Puppets Will Soon Invade Jones Hall

Nufonia Must Fall takes shape as “a live silent film" telling the story of an antiquated robot who falls in love with his master.

02/07/2018 By Chris Becker


The Beat Goes On at the AHA Heart Ball

Early reports show the charity ball raised nearly $3 million.

02/07/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Raising the bar

Catching Up With Dan Knechtges, TUTS Artistic Director

We talk his first season, ask what he hopes to accomplish, and attempt to determine next season's mystery production.

02/06/2018 By Morgan Kinney

An Evening in Paris

The Junior League of Houston Enchants with Une Belle Nuit

The 70th annual charity ball brings French elegance and $800,000 for League programming.

02/06/2018 By Abby Ledoux Photography by Nikky LaWell

Ice, Ice Baby

Fresh Arts Shines Bright Like a Diamond, Raises $200,000

This year's Crystal Ball Gala raised more money than any in Fresh Arts' 15-year history.

02/06/2018 By Abby Ledoux Photography by Morris Malakoff

save the groundhog

Main Street Theater Saves the Groundhogs (And Raises Lots of Money)

"The Big Do!" raised six figures for MST's Childrens' Outreach Program and hosted our theater writer's stage debut.

02/05/2018 By Doni Wilson

Houston's Own Kardashian

11 Questions We Have About Kylie Jenner's New Baby

The birth announcement that broke the internet.

02/05/2018 By Abby Ledoux