Warm and fuzzy feelings

Mattress Mack Went on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Yesterday

The TV host gave Jim McIngvale $20,000 to help in winter storm relief.

02/25/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Living Institution

At 50, the Rothko Chapel Is as Relevant as It’s Ever Been

Christopher Rothko talks the golden anniversary celebrations, the sanctuary's future, and his father’s legacy.

02/24/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

“I Was Never Going to be a Saint”

Review: Main Street Theater Asks What Is True in The Book of Magdalene

The play by Caridad Svich questions connections and reality in a post-apocalyptic world.

02/22/2021 By Doni Wilson

Get Lit(erary)

Writer Lily King on Writers and Lovers

We chatted with the author about writing the book she wanted to read in her 20s before her virtual Inprint appearance tonight.

02/22/2021 By Ryan Pait

Between the lines

Writer Chang-rae Lee, Unleashed

We chatted with the award-winning author about his latest novel, "My Year Abroad," before his virtual InPrint appearance tonight.

02/22/2021 By Ryan Pait

CREATIVITY IN THE BAYOU CITY

We're Not Joking, There Are Flying Chicken Statues at the Heights H-E-B

Why did the chicken cross the road? To get some Spicy Whataburger Ketchup, of course.

02/12/2021 By Emma Schkloven

A Deeper Look

Searching for Shelley Duvall's Houston Snow Day

In a recent story, the famed and elusive Houston actress recalls snowy Bayou City memories.

02/12/2021 By Dianna Wray

Happy Valentine’s Day 

5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, Feb 11–14

Celebrate the Lunar New Year or have dinner under the sea. 

02/12/2021 By Brittany Cristiano

Creativity in the Bayou City

The Ultimate Guide to Houston's Public Art

Space City's had a public art boom in the last 20 years, and it’s easy to see why.

02/12/2021 By Emma Schkloven Photography by Amy Kinkead

CREATIVITY IN THE BAYOU CITY

Discover a Seuss-like World on Main Street

Artist Floyd Newsum's squiggly "Planter and Stems" is meant to represent Houston's old "8F Crowd."

02/11/2021 By Emma Schkloven

How will we be remembered?

HMNS Transports Visitors to Ancient Pompeii

From exquisite classical frescos to early fast food, Houstonians can experience Ancient Roman life in the Houston Museum of Natural Science’s latest exhibition.

02/11/2021 By Rob Sanford

Creativity in the Bayou City

Feel the Waves of Janavi Folmsbee's Rail to the Sea

The watercolor-like Washington Arts District mural sits right next to an active rail line headed toward the Port of Houston.

02/11/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Creativity in the Bayou City

Admire the Houston-themed Papel Picado at This East End Light-Rail Station

Part of the city's Art in Transit program, the Cesar Chavez/67th Street Station is an homage to the neighborhood’s Hispanic roots.

02/10/2021 By Emma Schkloven

On The Town

Let Your Fancy Take Flight with Books of a Feather

Instead the three Greek muses of theater, a trio of plucky birds welcome visitors Alice McKean Young Neighborhood Library.

02/10/2021 By Emma Schkloven

With love, Houstonia

Your Ultimate Texas-Based Valentine’s Day Playlist

Have the musical greats of Texas serenade your love with this 95-song mixtape.

02/10/2021 By Adrianne Reece

Creativity in the Bayou City

If You're Ever in City Hall, Look Up

The lobby's vaulted ceiling features a New Deal-era idealized depiction of Houston.

02/09/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Creativity in the Bayou City

Check out this #HoustonStrong Mural in Midtown

"Curtain Mural Houston" was painted in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.

02/09/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Your Next Reading List

Read These 10 Black Protagonist-Driven YA Books with Your Kids

Local librarians recommend powerful and inspiring coming-of-age stories.

02/09/2021 By Rebekah Kibodeaux

Creativity in the Bayou City

Houston's Seven Wonders Are a Time Capsule for the City

The towers, also called "Pillars of the Community," commemorate the Bayou City's 150th anniversary.

02/08/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Creativity in the Bayou City

Who Needs Mount Rushmore When We've Got Mount Rush Hour?

Keep your eyes peeled for American Statesmanship Park next time you're near the I-10 and I-45 interchange.

02/08/2021 By Emma Schkloven