Ice House

August’s Perfect Party

Our party guests agree: it’s good to have goals.

08/03/2014 By Catherine Matusow

Bayougraphy

A Heated Discussion with the City’s Hottest Muralist

You’ve seen Anat Ronen’s work all over Houston—you just might not know it.

08/03/2014 By John Lomax Photography by Collin Kelly

Houston Craft Beer Guide

Petrol Station’s Owner to Start Selling His Own Beer

Ben Fullelove brews beer, but hasn’t been able to sell it at his own bar. That’s about to change.

08/03/2014 By Chris Abshire

Houston Craft Beer Guide

Not Your Usual Garage Start-Up: Meet Lone Pint’s Heather Niederhofer

It’s hard to believe, but one of Houston’s best breweries began as a weekend hobby.

08/03/2014 By Chris Abshire

A Family Guide to Houston

How to Be the World’s Best Aunt

Houstonia editor Cathy Matusow shares her secrets.

08/03/2014 By Catherine Matusow

spectacle

The Evolution of Gaga

To prepare for her Wednesday-night show, we review Lady Gaga's most outrageous dresses from the past five years.

07/15/2014 By Kerry H. and Michael Hardy

Charity

The 15-Year-Old Philanthropist

Sofia Ivanka wrote her first book and founded a non-profit before leaving elementary school—and she’s part of a trend.

07/07/2014 By Elise Rambaud Marrion

Dust-Up

Is This Photo Pornographic?

Welcome to the newest, dumbest front in the mommy wars.

07/02/2014 By Kerry H.

Dept. of Dubious Distinctions

Tales From America’s Road Rage Capital

To the surprise of few, Houston earns itself another dubious distinction.

06/30/2014 By John Lomax

Ice House

July’s Perfect Party

This month, it’s too hot to do anything but grin stupidly at cute things.

06/30/2014 By Catherine Matusow

Bayougraphy

Meet the Man Behind the Mid-Main Island

Continental Club, Double Trouble, and Sig’s Lagoon are just the beginning.

06/30/2014 By John Lomax Photography by Jack Thompson

H-Town Diary

A Roll New World

Searching for the past in a pile of grandma’s recipe cards.

06/30/2014 By Jeff Balke

Newsfix

Video: Walking the Thin Line Between Collecting and Hoarding

Doug Dreher, a barber shop owner in the Heights, represents the neighborhood’s vanishing artistic side.

06/26/2014

Newsfix

Video: a Houston Teacher’s Novel Approach to “Slut Shaming”

Houston teacher Jennifer Mathieu writes her first novel, addressing the issue of "slut shaming" in schools.

06/19/2014

Obituary

Houstonia Says Goodbye to Alice Alsup

We'll remember our talented former intern for her energy, independence, and quirky sense of humor.

06/10/2014 By Houstonia Staff

Gather ’Round!

June’s Perfect Party

Summer always feels like a time for new beginnings, so this month we choose guests who will get in on the spirit.

06/02/2014 By Catherine Matusow

Air Travel

Scared of Flying? Face Your Phobia at Ellington Field

How one company, Flying Phobia Help, teaches you how to "model courage"—or at least fake it.

06/02/2014 By Melissa Jacobs

Our Sexist Past

Why Does Houston Only Have Two Statues of Women?

Get on it, Mayor Parker!

06/02/2014 By John Lomax

Self-Help

Be-A-Vitriolic

Remington: Publisher, author, electric shaver

06/02/2014 By Houstonia Staff

Interview

What’s It Like to Be a Museum Guard at the MFAH?

No, they don’t carry guns. No, you can’t touch the paintings.

06/02/2014 By Michael Hardy Illustrations by Sebastian Gomez de la Torre