What does a stunt basketball team have in common with a barbecue legend? More than you think.
Montrose Trio at Wortham, All The Way opens at Alley, HGO presents Rusalka, the Harlem Globetrotters dribble into NRG Park, Palden Weinreb discusses his art at Asia Society Texas.
Driver Nicole Johnson crushes cars—and male competition while she's at it.
Blue Man Group plays Jones Hall, DiverseWorks debuts What Shall We Do Next?, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ride into town, Chevron Houston races through the city.
A fresh start at Rothko Chapel, the 2016 Run Houston! at Sam Houston Race Park, MFAH screens Night of the Shooting Stars, Fly Dance Company pops and locks at Children's Museum, and the Texans close out the 2015 season.
For Rockets fans, Christmas starts right on time.
Do Some Good
And get in shape, too.
International tennis star Zina Garrison teams with UH to provide young athletes the same opportunities she was once given.
Enjoy a lavish dinner at the Palm served by Texans players, including Cushing himself.
Elise Rambaud Marrion
Face it. In this baseball-mad city, you aren’t getting anything done today.
Michael's Cookie Jar celebrates the Astros heading to the playoffs with a cookie, and we think it's a home run.
Over 200 fans cheered on the Texans, feasted on game day favorites and enjoyed the first taste of fall at our annual tailgate.
Houston teen Cole Hammer makes golf history as the third-youngest player to ever grace the greens of the US Open.
Check out this exclusive peek behind the scenes of our interview with the Astros’ shortstop for September’s Bayougraphy section.
The young Astro’s rise has been as sudden as it has been stunning—and he’s playing the game the only way he knows how.
Is it already time for another How Can JJ Watt Be Human moment?
Recapping the first two episodes of this season's Texans-centric Hard Knocks, F-bombs and all.
More proof that the world needs a beard-tastic James Harden signature sneaker.
Training camp is approaching, but the Texans’ new nose tackle looks forward to pursuing interests, shall we say, off the field.
Carli Lloyd and her Houston Dash teammates put women's sports in the spotlight.