Seasons of Love

Rent May Be Two Decades Old, But It's Still 'All About Love'

An all-new cast debuts this week as the touring production opens in Houston.

07/31/2019 By Holly Beretto

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Is That Tina Turner at Rainbow on the Green? Or Roxanne Collins?

Ahead of Friday's event, we talk to the drag veteran about the evolution of drag, her relationship to Houston Pride, and why Tina endures.

06/20/2019 By Holly Beretto

Nuit Blanche

An All-Night Festival of Light and Art Comes Downtown

“It combines beautiful works and beautiful settings, and the way the festival is designed, you are free to explore it in your own way, at your own pace.”

04/02/2019 By Holly Beretto

Listen up

6 Houston Podcasts to Help Drown Out 2019

The drudgery of that "run three times per week" resolution is way more bearable with a voice or two in your head.

01/08/2019 By Morgan Kinney

Read All About It

Houston's Got a Brand-New Magazine

Flak magazine hopes to capture Houston's weird and wonderful arts scene.

12/19/2018 By Brittanie Shey

Mother Knows Best

With Agrippina, Ars Lyrica Gets a Handel on Opera

The group presents the Baroque masterpiece for its first full-length opera production.

11/12/2018 By Holly Beretto

Bye bye herby

Remembering Herb Remington

The legendary steel guitarist left his mark on music and the city.

10/31/2018 By Brittanie Shey

Starving Artists

For HGO's La bohème, A Familiar Face for a Familiar Opera

Nicole Heaston returns to Houston for her first Mimi.

10/19/2018 By Holly Beretto

Gettin' Crafty

Signs, Screws, and Scraps: This Is CraftTexas 2018

The biennial juried exhibition returns to the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.

10/03/2018 By Holly Beretto

Shadow Play

You Have Less than a Week to Catch moonGARDEN

Discovery Green's light-based public art installation is already drawing crowds—and marriage proposals.

10/03/2018 By Morgan Kinney

All together now

5 Must-See Art Openings, All Under One Roof

Il Italiano, the Ritualist, and Cheech’s Pick open at 4411 Montrose galleries this Friday.

09/03/2018 By Susie Tommaney

No siree todd

Cressandra Thibodeaux Wants You to Think Outside Her Box

The Houston-based artist inserts her audience into the reproductive rights debate.

08/10/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Water color

This Artist Created Beautiful Images From Photographs Destroyed by Harvey

When life gives you floods, make art on display starting August 4 at Vaughan Mason Fine Art.

08/02/2018 By Anna Lassmann

Album Review

Everything Here Has a Little Bit of, Uh, Everything

The new album from The Suffers further expands their already all-encompassing sound.

07/13/2018 By Cory Garcia

Good to the Bone

The Organic Beauty of Joris Laarman

The Dutch designer offers an elegant array of algorithmically-perfected objects at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

07/09/2018 By Morgan Kinney

Story Time

Prepare to Hear the Stories of Acres Homes, Gulfton, Third Ward, and Beyond

City dollars will fund five artists to tell the stories of five culturally rich but historically under-resourced Houston neighborhoods.

07/06/2018 By Brittanie Shey

All Smiles

Ryan Hamilton Is More Than Just a Happy Face

Fresh off his first Netflix special, the Idaho-born comedian talks shop ahead of an Improv Houston engagement.

06/12/2018 By Shafaq Patel

Home Run

Houston-Born Dorcas Leung Is Ready for Hamilton

Fresh off a Broadway gig, the actor tells us how her career all started, as all good ones do, with a middle school crush.

04/18/2018 By Holly Beretto

Elements of Art

Unsatisfied with Old Scientific Answers, Kevin Jones Asks New Questions

The New Pollution at Rudolph Blume ArtScan Gallery interrogates the assumptions and blindspots of scientific orthodoxy.

03/06/2018 By Elizabeth Myong

Dystopia

Will Gary Numan Wear Mascara to the Apocalypse?

Both in his new album and interviews, the legendary musician offers visions of doomsday—and optimism—for our mortal world.

12/13/2017 By Chris Becker