News & City Life

Voting

Here’s Where You Can Cast Your Houston Mid-Term Ballots Ahead of Election Day

Houstonia’s guide to early voting for the March primaries in Harris County.

02/16/2022 By Shelby Stewart and Jessica Lodge

Play Ball!

Things To Do in Houston This Week, February 14

Purchase tickets for Comicpalooza, make reservations at Wild Oats, and support the Rockets this week

02/14/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Culture

How Día de Aztlan Gets Celebrated in Houston's Moody Park

A yearly event at Moody Park in the Northside features Aztec dancing and music.

02/11/2022 Photography by Patrick Alcala

Girls In STEM

Chemist Kristen Wells-Lewis Is Paving the Way for Black Girls in STEM

The Black to the Lab founder shares her story for International Day of Women & Girls in STEM.

02/11/2022 By Danielle Wright

Love Is In The Air

5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, February 11-13

The Winter Beer Olympics, the second ever Arab Bazaar, and a visit from Sesame Street top this weekends picks.

02/10/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Fun in the sun

Big Rivers Waterpark Set to Reopen this April in New Caney, TX

With added attractions, the fairgrounds hopes to have a successful 2022.

02/10/2022 By Jessica Lodge

The Show Must Go On

Star Cinema Grill Will Preserve the Historic River Oaks Theater

The new venture is headed by Kimco Realty, which plans to maintain the River Oaks Theater's historic legacy.

02/07/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Holiday Tradition

Photos: Celebrating Lunar New Year in The Heights

Promotion company Have A Nice Day helped kick off a holiday celebration that was all Houston.

02/07/2022 By Marco Torres Photography by Marco Torres

On Stage

Things to Do in Houston This Week, February 7-11

This week's live performances include Alley Theatre's High School Play: A Nostalgia Fest , and a tribute to Richard Rogers.

02/07/2022 By Shelby Stewart

One Love

5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, February 4-6

This weekend, take part in Clear Lake's Boat & Yacht Show, SpindleTap Brewery's music and beer festival, or catch James Murray at Improv.

02/03/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Living history

16 Ways To Celebrate Black History Month This February

Whether you’re an amateur artist, theater-lover, or bookworm, there’s something for everyone.

02/03/2022 By Catherine Wendlandt and Shelby Stewart

Football

With a New Coach To Pick, the Texans 2022 Outlook Is Promising

Houston’s football team has had it rough the past couple of years, but an early draft pick and new head coach could help them rebuild.

02/01/2022 By Edward "Figgy Fig" Gilliard

Red Carpet

Here's What Houston Was Up To Last Week, January 31

Blues player Milton Hopkins celebrated his 88th birthday, and Netflix's Cheer is headed to Houston.

01/31/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Year of the Tiger

How to Ring In the Lunar New Year in Houston

Restaurants and community centers will welcome the Year of the Tiger with robust celebrations.

01/31/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Voting

Everything You Need to Know Ahead of the Texas Primaries

This election helps decide the top candidates for Texas governor, Harris County judge, and other national and state seats.

01/27/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Ragin' Cajun

5 Things To Do In Houston This Weekend, January 28-30

This weekend, get a taste of the gulf at Cedar Creek's 4th annual gumbo cookoff, or Live Oak Bar & Grill's crawdaddy party.

01/27/2022 By Shelby Stewart

New changes

Here's What Houston Was Up To Last Week, January 24

Award nominations, restaurant changes, and politics were happening during last week's chilly temps.

01/24/2022 By Shelby Stewart

Tiny Dancer

5 Things To Do In Houston This Weekend, January 21-23

Live concerts, putt-putt golf, and new restaurants are this weekend's top picks.

01/21/2022 By Shelby Stewart

SAFER TRAVELS

7 Tips For Traveling Safely During A Pandemic According to a Houston Doctor

Experts share tips for how to travel safely during COVID-19 Pandemic and Omicron surge

01/19/2022 By Geneva Diaz

Knock Out

Here's What Houston Was Up To Last Week, January 18

The 2022 Chevron Houston Marathon shuts down major streets, new restaurant announcements, and Jake and Logan Paul stop by the Bayou City.

01/18/2022 By Shelby Stewart