Fight for Her Right

Did You Know Houston Women Could Actually Vote Before 1920?

With some good, old-fashioned political maneuvering, Texas suffragists won the right to vote in state primaries starting in 1918.

08/26/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Future of storytelling

Stay in for Family Movie Night with En Su Casa

The new film festival from TEATRX features kid-friendly shorts that highlight the Latinx experience.

07/30/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Sonnets and Soliloquies

Main Street Theater's Brings Live Shakespeare to Our Screens

It just isn’t summer without BYOBard.

07/24/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Conscientious Couture

New Sustainable Clothing Line Shines a Light on Cultural Representation

Temporary’s first collection of up-cycled designs will hit Houston later this summer.

07/09/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Park Here For Fun

The Drive-In Gets a Dream Upgrade at the Parking Lot Social

This brand-new, socially distanced entertainment experience starts its national tour this week in Houston.

06/22/2020 By Katelyn Landry

#BlackTransLivesMatter

Support Houston’s Black Transgender Community Through These Local Advocacy Organizations

Remember, we wouldn’t have Pride if it weren’t for Marsha P. Johnson.

06/18/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Gotta Fold 'Em All

Asia Society Texas Center Wants Houston to Fold 1,000 Paper Cranes

The new community origami project is bringing a Japanese tradition of hope to the Bayou City.

06/01/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Side Hustle

How One Texas A&M Student's Cheesecake Company Became a Sweet Revelation

A Humble native's delicious and photo-ready treats have helped pay for her future.

05/27/2020 By Katelyn Landry

Word Warriors

Can a Virtual Edit-a-Thon make Wikipedia More Inclusive?

The upcoming workshop series wants to get more Houston women artists recognized on the web.

05/14/2020 By Katelyn Landry