Shepherd Drive has changed a lot over the years, but some things have stayed the same: two 14-foot fiberglass statues of men in suits. As the dealership next to them moves, will they go with it?
The opioid crisis hasn’t hit Texas as hard as other states. But opioid abuse is still a problem here, one that Dr. James Langabeer believes is more widespread than has been acknowledged.
This English Tudor home marches to the beat of its own drum.
Judge of all Trades
We chat with the new judge of the Texas District Court 281.
Money, Money, Money
Every day they're hustling. (Literally.)
Laura Furr Mericas
The Rwandan native survived a childhood of genocide and abuse. Her nonprofit hopes to stop that from happening to others.
Only about 15 percent of attorneys in the U.S. are people of color. UH wants to change that.
It's possible, thanks to an ambitious project right off 290.
The Catastrophic Theatre associate director calls this year's edition of her near-annual summer musical "a field trip through my existential crisis."
Gone but not forgotten
The annual HSO ball raised $1.33 million in an event themed after the famous Galveston club.
Chana Porter's Leap and the Net Will Appear premieres at Catastrophic Theatre amid a roar of buzz.
Second is the best
The Ima Hogg silver medalist is one of the young superstars highlighted in this weekend's installment of the Summer Symphony Nights series.
Owners Phyllis Adatto and Tim Smith bring the very best of France’s small-vineyard wines to Houston.
From Thanksgiving to Easter, Arbor Day to Earth Day, nothing is sacred in Cooper's latest musical revue.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do
New play by Mickle Maher is set at an alternate-reality hotel where nothing is what it seems.
A chat with Catastrophic Theatre's associate director about her new musical.
Director Jason Nodler and actor Troy Schulze discuss the Catastrophic Theatre's revival of There is a Happiness That Morning Is