Literacy

The Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation's Fourth Annual Jungle Book Gala Was a Wild Time

The organization's young professional group hosted a beautiful, exotic affair.

11/14/2018 With Marianna Corcoran

Outside in

A New Season Takes Flight at METdance

The Houston dance company present four works by dynamic choreographers.

11/14/2018 By Holly Beretto

Video

Houstonia's Woman Up

The inaugural event meant to inspire and empower women. Featuring a speaker series, a pop-up shop by women-owned/women-centric businesses, and more!

11/14/2018 With Marianna Corcoran

'90s Kids

First Suburb Revisits the '90s Suburban Idyll

Spoiler: Things in this Catastrophic Theatre world premiere are not as perfect as they seem.

11/14/2018 By Holly Beretto

Body Music

Loop38 Explores the Bodies Behind the Music

"The point isn't to get it or to know what's going on, but to feel confused, to be excited by what you don't know, and to want to figure it out more."

11/13/2018 By Hannah Che

Angel of Music

Review: Phantom Still Hits (Most) of the High Notes

Andrew Lloyd Webber's '80s blockbuster dazzles as ever.

11/13/2018 By Holly Beretto

Mother Knows Best

With Agrippina, Ars Lyrica Gets a Handel on Opera

The group presents the Baroque masterpiece for its first full-length opera production.

11/12/2018 By Holly Beretto

Space stuff

3 Reasons to Visit Space Center Houston this Weekend

This Saturday brings special activities to celebrate International Science Center and Science Museum Day at Space Center Houston.

11/09/2018 By Laraib Hashmi

Beginnings of a Soul

Gary Shteyngart Marvels at the 'Obliviousness' of the Powerful

We talk with the author about Lake Success, his newest novel inescapably molded by today's political moment.

11/09/2018 By Ryan Pait

Safer Houston

Crime Stoppers Raises $473,000 and Honors Joanne King Herring at Annual Gala

Guests also heard from Texas First Lady Cecilia Abbott and keynote speaker Joanna Coles.

11/08/2018 By Abby Ledoux

Hey Nineteen

Inside the Mind of a Young Cooking Prodigy

Teen Flynn McGarry runs a NYC kitchen and is subject of a movie screening in Houston this weekend.

11/08/2018 By Joanna O'Leary

Charity

The Women's Home 'ReNew & ReDo' Luncheon Was an Uplifting Affair

This year's fundraiser unveiled a new mission statement and entertained guests with a fashion show unlike years past.

11/08/2018 With Marianna Corcoran

Ready, set, holiday

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

With the Nutcracker Market, the Houston holiday season has officially begun.

11/08/2018 By Morgan Kinney

what not to 'wear'

Jonathan Lethem on America, Robert Mitchum, and Very Bad Interviews

The author of The Feral Detective chats ahead of his Houston appearance.

11/07/2018 By Ryan Pait

Vox populi

Twitter Mourns for Beto O'Rourke, the Internet's Favorite Candidate

The El Paso congressman may have lost the election, but he'll always have the tweets.

11/07/2018 By Morgan Kinney

The 42 Percent

Please Keep Voting, If Only for the Free Frank Ocean Merch

The elusive artist has launched pop-ups in Houston and three other cities to distribute free merch to those who have voted.

11/06/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Angel of Music

Jordan Craig Comes Home in The Phantom of the Opera

The Broadway smash returns to Houston with one of our own in a leading role.

11/06/2018 By Holly Beretto

Music

John Allen Stephens Trades the Studio for Stage

With producer credits for The Suffers, The Tontons, and even J Balvin, the local artist recently dropped an album of his own. There was much to discuss.

11/06/2018 By Madonna Matta

Book people

Rachel Kadish Comes to Talk Tolerance

The buzzy author of The Weight of Ink speaks Monday at the ERJCC Book & Arts Festival.

11/05/2018 By Holly Beretto