Before coronavirus killed our theater season, the Broadway and screen icon talked about her illustrious career and Bayou City operatic debut.
Life Meets Art
The award-winning author's new book, "The Night Watchman," pulls from the life of her grandfather.
If you can't stand the heat, don't ask comedian Nikki Glaser to visit your college campus.
Words, Words, Words
The National Book Award finalist discusses their new poetry collection ahead of a reading at Brazos Bookstore.
Stranger Than Fiction
We chat with the National Book Award finalist about the challenges in her writing her 2019 memoir Dream House.
“Fiction tends to be traditionally more narrative, but there’s something about poetry that works kind of outside of language.”
Husband and wife Chris Hutchison and Elizabeth Bunch discuss their extremely meta roles and the theater's post Greg Boyd era.
The duo talks shop ahead of a Wednesday show at Satellite Bar.
Get a Clue
Mark Shanahan returns to the Alley Theatre to direct The 39 Steps.
The bestselling author talks about the success of his franchise at selling books and predicting the future.
Mixing It Up
It took an unlikely Houston transplant to launch a successful podcast about the quirks and charms of the Bayou City.
Laura Furr Mericas
Chilean singer Mon Laferte talks about her tattoos and love for accordion ahead of her Scout Bar appearance.
Behind the Data
Dr. Bob Sanborn discusses how Children at Risk uses data to push for better inner city schools.
Sharing decades' worth of wisdom over a game of dominos
Jeanne Lyons Davis
On writing 4 to 5 million words to get down to the 800,000 you need, and other literary pursuits.
Exonerated from death row and working for justice, Anthony Graves doesn’t have a moment to waste.
Art curator Miki Garcia talks about contemporary art in the modern world at MFAH.
Her final term may be winding down, but Annise Parker isn’t—and during what’s become a race to the finish line, our mayor takes a moment to reflect.
Check out this exclusive peek behind the scenes of our interview with the Astros’ shortstop for September’s Bayougraphy section.
Our occasional check-in with the flood of recent arrivals—poor, huddled and yearning to clog our freeways.