The annual Art Car Parade rolls through downtown, the Symphony plays Boléro, Moores Opera Center's Anna Karenina, comedian Ron White and singer Tori Kelly at Retention Music Center.
Matthew Morrison sings at Jones Hall, Dance Salad Festival returns, Grounded opens at Alley Theatre, Goldfinger plays at MFAH, Project Row Houses' Round 44 tackles social change.
Authors Deanna Raybourn and Anna Lee Huber, the Symphony plays The Beatles, The Princess and the Frog at Discovery Green, a film about legendary actor Marlon Brando and the Houston African Arts Festival
Space City ComicCon 2015, the Music of Michael Jackson at Jones Hall, Museum Experience Day, comedian Jay Pharoah and the Symphony plays Pokemon
Houston is the town too busy for taste, where the only relevant question is, "Does it look cool?"
Featuring the CounterCurrent Festival, Die Walküre, and Branford Marsalis
With Anime Matsuri and the Japan Festival on the horizon, this is the month for all things East Asian.
The iconic postmodernist designed the Houston Federal Reserve branch and several buildings on the Rice campus.
Here's what to do after Thanksgiving dinner.
On the biggest shopping day of the year, the real fun is watching deal-crazed consumers make fools of themselves.
With appearances by everyone from Bastille to Modest Mouse, Alt-J to Nick & Knight, it's a great time to be a music-lover in Houston.
Our intrepid critic spent Sunday afternoon at the Rothko Chapel, listening to Morton Feldman's rarely performed masterpiece.
Where to go, who to see, and what to do.