Organizers of the annual festival have also launched a fundraising campaign to support local arts.
This weekend brings a dance party on ice, the ultimate sale, and post-yoga karaoke.
And while, no, the roller rink is not back yet, Houstonians can find something to do just about every night of the week from now through November.
Laura Furr Mericas
The craft beer series returns starting July 5—this time with a twist that delivers the vacation to you.
Summer Survival Guide
How to survive Houston's stickiest season.
Jeff Balke, Jeanne Lyons Davis, Nicki Koetting, Alice Levitt, Catherine Matusow, Sarah Rufca Nielsen, Marianella Orlando, and Katharine Shilcutt
Our newly slightly-more-walkable city has led us to rediscover these hidden treasures.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
The largest canoe race in Texas takes over Buffalo Bayou on March 11.
At the stables with the man behind the oldest African American trail ride in Texas
As crazy as it may sound, the majestic bird of prey is fairly common in these parts.
The former water reservoir is opening for the public to experience May 13.
Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, sending thousands of evacuees to the Astrodome, we catch up with four people who were there.
The Houston-born pianist/composer crosses genres on new record born from his public dance parties.