Houston's Latin community celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month over the weekend.
Sound in color
Celebrate the diverse sounds of Houston for Hispanic Heritage Month.
A national treasure in the heart of Midtown is in danger of demolition.
Ready to Rumba
Tickets for the multicultural July 3 program become available June 26.
Olivia Flores Alvarez
Survival and Hope
The Holocaust Museum exhibition includes more than 100 pieces from Bayou City artists.
The new fest, streamable April 1–10, gives Latinx dancers their own stage to shine on.
Future of storytelling
The new film festival from TEATRX features kid-friendly shorts that highlight the Latinx experience.
The June 2-16 event will span cultures and cuisines.
Bidi Bidi Bom Bom
Mija Cultura is what happens when your undying love for Selena rivals your high school adoration for My Chemical Romance.
We catch up with the Houston-born actress to chat embracing her identity and contemplating the cartel life on her USA Network narco-drama.
“There’s no denying that our communities are strong and resilient and all those things, but imagine how much better we would be if we got help.”
Nuestra Palabra Arts & Books is only the fifth Latino-focused bookstore in the nation.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
From neighborhood fixtures to hot new spots, Houston's dining district is more vital than ever.
The first annual film festival targets Latin filmmakers and Latin stories, and helps bring Houston filmmakers to the screen.
Houston’s Latino drag scene is booming—and plays to a surprisingly diverse crowd.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen
The company stops by the Bayou City to introduce its new Spanish-language product.