Into the Garden

MFAH's New Michelin-Star Restaurant Has an Opening Date

The highly anticipated Le Jardinier will open in the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's Kinder Building.

04/28/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

To celebrate or not to celebrate

5 Things to Know about Rienzi's Super Rare Copy of Shakespeare’s Works

We chatted with MFAH about the "Second Folio" ahead of their joint birthday bash for the Bard with Main Street Theater.

04/22/2021 By Holly Beretto

Go us

Houston Is the Most Diverse City in America 

A new WalletHub study confirms what most Bayou City residents already knew. 

04/21/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

We're the Best

Houston Receives 7 Arts & Culture Noms in USA Today's Readers' Choice Polls

You still have time to vote for the Bayou City.

04/20/2021 By Adrianne Reece

Madness!

Feels Like '84: What Awaits UH in the Final Four

After defeating Oregon State, the Coogs find themselves two wins from ultimate glory.

03/30/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

The city is a character

An Ode to Larry McMurtry’s Enduring Houston

In the days following the famed author's death, one "Houstonia" writer reflects on the version of Houston that appeared in McMurtry’s books.

03/29/2021 By Brittanie Shey

home sweet home

9 Houston Home Builders You Should Know

Local custom builders and renovators to help you perfect—or create—the home you’ve been dreaming about.

03/24/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt, Laura Furr Mericas, Denise Cathey, and Timothy Malcolm

Bayou’s 11

The Art Heist That Wasn’t 

Earlier this week, burglars broke into Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens. You won’t believe what happened next. 

03/19/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Get Mad

Is This the Year? U of H, Texas Southern, and the NCAA Tournament

The Coogs are the No. 2 seed in the Midwest region, well positioned to do some work.

03/17/2021 By Timothy Malcolm

RIP

The Houston Rap Community Mourns Chucky Trill

The 33-year-old rapper was killed early Friday morning in Atlanta. 

03/05/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

Know before you go

A List of Houston Museums and Attractions Keeping Covid-19 Restrictions

Here’s a roundup of places where you’ll still have to mask up.

03/05/2021 By Rob Sanford

Water Supplies

Where to Get Bottled Water in Houston

While we continue under the boil water notice, here are the places where you can get bottled water.

02/19/2021 By Raven Wuebker

Houston Helping Out

Want to Help? Here are Local Houston Charities You Can Donate to Right Now

In the aftermath of the record-breaking winter storm, many are looking for ways to help. Try these Bayou City nonprofits and charities.

02/19/2021 By Dianna Wray

Plumbing 411

An Expert on How to Deal with Frozen or Busted Pipes

The scoop on sussing out what's going on with your plumbing, and getting ready to deal with it, post-Arctic freeze.

02/18/2021 By Kelsy Armstrong

Getting Through It, Together

Ways to Give Back and Get Help Dealing with the Arctic Storm Fallout

Whether you only lost power for a day or haven't had water in a week, you've likely been through it with this storm, so here are some resources.

02/18/2021 By Brittany Cristiano

Such. A. Bad. Move.

Sen. Ted Cruz Went to Cancún Yesterday ... and Twitter Was Not Having It

Most politicians would probably opt to not jaunt to Mexico while their constituents have been living without power—but Cruz gonna Cruz.

02/18/2021 By Dianna Wray

The kind of story we need right now

The Power Was Out and Then the Food-A-Rama Angel Showed Up

A hunt for bottled water leads the Harris County Sheriff's Office Public Affairs Director to a glimpse of the best of Houston during the winter storm.

02/17/2021 By Dianna Wray

Baby, (you are well aware that) it's cold outside

Tips On Staying Warm Through the Rest of This Winter Mess

Suggestions on how to stay warm in Houston until we all get our power back.

02/17/2021 By Raven Wuebker

Is School still happening?

Post-Winter Storm School Closures

How Houston-area school districts and higher learning institutions are handling their schedules in the face of this winter storm and continuing power grid issues.

02/17/2021 By Dianna Wray

Frontier Days

What Does 3 Days Without Power in Houston Look Like?

Lots of blankets and lots of layers—and I'm still cold.

02/17/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt