artist proposals

Houston’s New Tech Hub Calls for Local Artist Submissions

Houston-based tech hub, The Ion is seeking two artists to create unique window displays in Downtown Houston.

09/21/2021 By Amarie Gipson

Never forget

A New Donkeeboy Mural in Downtown Houston Honors 9/11 and First Responders

Located at the corner of Caroline and Walker.

09/14/2021 By Shelby Stewart

one-of-a-kind

POST Houston Is the Latest Entertainment Venue To Arrive in the City

Coming this fall to bring community via food, art and music.

09/14/2021 By Laura Furr Mericas

Pedal to the metal

Go for a Bike Ride with Donkeeboy and Donkeemom

The mother-son duo will celebrate their latest mural, “Bike Through H-Town” on July 14.

07/06/2021 By Kelsy Armstrong

Famous Last Words

Our 20 Favorite Restaurants in Houston

Our dining editor writes a lot about the places he loves.

07/01/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Fill Our Plate

Downtown Restaurant Kulture Coming Back for a BIPOC Dinner Series

The Downtown restaurant announced Tuesday an exciting venture for the summer.

06/30/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Very Houston News 

What’s the Deal with Houston and Cannonballs? 

Plus, even more weird city rankings. 

06/18/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

First Bite

Learn a Whole Lot More about Oysters at This Bravery Chef Hall Spot

Margaux's Oyster Bar wants to teach you a little about "meroir."

06/16/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

No Bull

Buzzy Pan-Latin Steakhouse to Bring Heat to Four Seasons

Toro Toro aims to be something of a destination for churrasco lovers.

05/17/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

Our Own Backyard

Why We Can't Wait for Trebly Park to Open

The new green space will land in Southern Downtown in March 2022.

04/02/2021 By Kelsy Armstrong

Rules of the road

No More Electric Scooters on Houston Sidewalks? We Have Solutions!

City Council voted this week to take e-scooters to the street, so here’s a list of 10 alternate modes of transportation for you.

03/25/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Crack this case

SPA's Interactive Art Heist Steals the Show, But Who Took the Paintings?

The theatrical walking tour brings a 30-year-old half-billion-dollar mystery to life downtown.

03/24/2021 By Rob Sanford

Pedestrian At Best

Food News: The First Main Street Patio Is Open

Plus, O.K.R.A. Charity Saloon has closed ... but get ready for something new.

03/15/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

International Coffee

Here's Where to Order a Flat White in Houston

The Down Under drink started making the rounds in Australia and New Zealand back in the 1980s before one famous coffee company brought it to the attention of many Americans in 2015.

03/02/2021 By Paul Galvani

International Coffee

Yes, Caffè Marocchino Is Named after a Fedora

Despite its moniker, the Italian coffee drink has nothing to do with Morocco.

03/01/2021 By Paul Galvani

Staycation

The Hyatt Regency’s Multimillion-Dollar Revamp Will Make You Excited to Travel Again

The renovation mixes an eclectic flair with industrial-chic design.  

02/26/2021 By Laura Furr Mericas

CREATIVITY IN THE BAYOU CITY

Discover a Seuss-like World on Main Street

Artist Floyd Newsum's squiggly "Planter and Stems" is meant to represent Houston's old "8F Crowd."

02/11/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Creativity in the Bayou City

If You're Ever in City Hall, Look Up

The lobby's vaulted ceiling features a New Deal-era idealized depiction of Houston.

02/09/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Creativity in the Bayou City

Houston's Seven Wonders Are a Time Capsule for the City

The towers, also called "Pillars of the Community," commemorate the Bayou City's 150th anniversary.

02/08/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Fire It Up

Chris Shepherd's Hospitality Group Announces Two New Restaurants

2021 brings us a second and more accessible Georgia James, plus Texas cuisine from Nick Fine.

01/06/2021 By Timothy Malcolm