“City of Gold” shines a light on the transformative career of food critic Jonathan Gold.
Jenna K. White
As the turf wars between chain theaters and independent concepts heat up, are Houston filmgoers losing out?
The first annual film festival sheds light on gay rights in America.
The first annual film festival targets Latin filmmakers and Latin stories, and helps bring Houston filmmakers to the screen.
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.
Houston Pride Band's Picture It! performance highlights some of film's best music scores.
Alley Theatre hosts its Spring Slam, Jason Derulo performs at RodeoHouston, Houston Chamber Choir dives into Mexican choral history, Houston Pride Band plays music from classic films, Lord of the Dance heel-clicks into Revention Music Center.
Music & Film
Local jazz drummer Sebastian "Bash" Whittaker overcomes blindness and adversity with his sensational jazz sounds.
William Geoffrey Wood
La Cenerentola at Opera In The Heights, Houston Symphony plays along to Singin' In The Rain, BalletBoyz dances into town, Bookworm Festival, and Branford Marsalis jazzes it up.
The dramatic 15-minute video covers the closure of Peck's original fashion line and his work to launch Miles David.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
The renowned festival features a deeper look at a misunderstood country through movies.
DiverseWorks latest exhibition, What Shall We Do Next?, looks at how technology and advertising are shaping how we think.
William Geoffrey Wood
Houston Symphony plays John Williams, William Cokeley opens a new exhibition, Vertigo plays at MFAH, a lecture on Joachim Wtewael's nude portraits, and the Russian Old New Year Festival.
Keep the Christmas cheer going with visits from the Snow Queen, Santa Claus and a brisk ride through Houston's streets with Critical Mass.
From Middle Earth to Tattooine, the beloved cinematic universes from Hollywood’s best works are not completely fictitious.
Stephanie Saint Sanchez’s new superhero satire explores retrocrushes, sexuality, and Latin culture.
Director Kent Jones's Hitchcock/Truffaut brings the two legendary directors into focus.
Under Richard Herskowitz’ leadership, the Cinema Arts Festival continues its expansion in new and exciting directions.
The new River Oaks District movie house gushes luxury and amenities.
Ferris Bueller's Day Off at Hotel Derek, Matthew Salesses' reading at Brazos, NobleMotion Dance's Storm Front, Venezuelan violinist Eddy Marcano and 22nd Annual Theater District Open House