News

A Two-Centimeter Implant Could Change Your Health Forever

How many times have you forgotten to take your meds? Alessandro Grattoni's new developments in nanotechnology could mean that will never happen again.

8:00am By Alice Levitt

Ice House

June's Perfect Party: Is-All-News-Really-Good-News Edition

Houston has seen it all lately, from illegal seafood scams to baby giraffes.

12:00am By Catherine Matusow

Houston Proud

Remembering a Turning Point for Houston's Gay Community 40 Years Ago

A monumental event took place in front of City Hall on June 16, 1977, without which there would be no Pride Parade as we know it.

12:00am By Katharine Shilcutt

We <3 Houston?

Houstonians, Are You Happy?

According to a recent WalletHub study, you aren't. We set out to investigate the real truth of those results.

12:00am By Marianella Orlando

Ice House

Protective Workwear That's Suited for Women Has Finally Arrived

Hot Stuff Safetywear manufactures flame-retardant clothing that actually fits female forms, and it officially launches this month.

12:00am By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Ice House

Hola, Allah: Welcome to the Country's Only Latino Mosque, Right Here In Houston

At Centro Islámico in southwest Houston, don't be surprised to hear both as-salamu alaykum and buenos días.

12:00am By Adam Doster

Rooted in History

Houston's Oldest Park Debuts Its $33.6 Million Renovation

Although Emancipation Park informally opened at the beginning of the year, the Juneteenth Festival will mark its grand reopening.

12:00am By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Alternative Medicine Guide

How Acupuncture Went from 'Alternative' to Accepted

Not that long ago, it was illegal for acupuncturists to practice in Texas without a medical degree or supervision. Two Houston acupuncturists helped change that.

12:00am By Jeanne Lyons Davis

Elements of Style

Elements of Style: Ashley Cid, Entrepreneur

The owner of the online shop Milk & Honey Vintage is young, but her style is classic.

12:00am By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Bayougraphy

Sarah Davis: At Odds with Both the Left and the Right, Depending on the Day

The state representative and Houston attorney is known for voting against the grain.

12:00am By Roxanna Asgarian

Skyscrapers

Peek Inside the Newest Addition to Houston's Skyline

Let us introduce you to 609 Main at Texas.

05/23/2017 By Roxanna Asgarian

Charity

JJ Watt Stuffs Duffle Bags for Foster Kids

The Texans defensive end teamed up with Mattress Firm to encourage foster kids across Houston.

05/17/2017 By Rafa Farihah

Politics

Rep. Al Green Officially Calls on Congress to Impeach President Trump

The Houston politician is the first member of Congress to formally request that Paul Ryan initiate impeachment proceedings.

05/17/2017 By Katharine Shilcutt

Sports

Hot Shots: Scenes from the 2017 JJ Watt Charity Classic

Can the Houston Texans play softball? They can for a good cause—and when Arnold Schwarzenegger is watching.

05/15/2017 By Katharine Shilcutt Photography by Marco Torres

Review

Front Porch Society Revisits Obama’s Historic Win

Hope, change, and also disillusion.

05/15/2017 By Doni Wilson

HBCU Later

Texas Southern Tells Senator 'No Thanks' to Planned Commencement Speech

Senator John Cornyn is firmly Team Trump, and students at the historically black university aren't pleased.

05/12/2017 By Roxanna Asgarian

Design

DesignHive Is Bringing the Stylish Office of the Future to Houston

Four innovative architecture firms have designed cutting-edge workspaces inside 1600 Smith.

05/12/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Bit by Bit

These 'Civic Hackers' Are Creating Tools to Improve Life in the Bayou City

Houston’s got problems? Maybe data is the answer.

05/12/2017 By Amber Tong

The Friendly Skies

Ellington Field Celebrates a Century of Flight This Weekend

Houston's first commercial spaceport boasts 100 years of aviation history.

05/08/2017 By Katharine Shilcutt