Orange is the New Black
The "Summer of Kubrick" series by Brazos Bookstore organizes screenings and readings from the iconic screenwriter and director.
Best way to beat the Houston heat? Explore one of these cool, awe-inspiring collections.
Play It Cool
Summer may be our winter, but at least no one has to shovel the sunshine, so chill out—we’ll show you how.
Ellie Sharp, Marianella Orlando, Layne Lynch, Sarah Rufca Nielsen, Jeff Balke, and Alice Levitt
Julien Temple's films at the MFAH, the Asia Society's annual festival, Beyonce at NRG, the Houston Ballet at the Miller Outdoor Theatre (for free!), and the Star Wars Festival you've been waiting for.
The annual event will showcase new Latin American films Desde Alla, Boy and the World and Ixcanul.
Fort Bend Theatre plays The Jungle Book Kids, hip-hop group Salt-N-Pepa at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Houston Ballet Academy presents spring showcase, San Jacinto Day Festival and Francofonia at MFAH.
An underappreciated German portrait artist finally sees his spotlight.
Rice Design Alliance hosts a discussion on the state of Houston's highways, byways and bayous with Projective Infrastructures.
Jazz Age aficionados are in for a treat with a pair of ‘30s-themed events at the museum.
The renowned festival features a deeper look at a misunderstood country through movies.
Blue Man Group plays Jones Hall, DiverseWorks debuts What Shall We Do Next?, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis ride into town, Chevron Houston races through the city.
Form and function combine at the recently renovated gift shop and MFAH Café.
MFAH features the first monographic collection of artist Joachim Wtewael’s works
Art curator Miki Garcia talks about contemporary art in the modern world at MFAH.
The fine arts museum showcases a lesser-known side of the famous Holocaust photographer.
Improvisational Ideas, illuminated Intersections and a very Rothko retrospective
A plan that Ferris Bueller himself would approve of (if he were of drinking age).
A one-night-only dance homage to the renowned Shadow Monsters exhibit
The Third Man Screening at MFAH, FrenetiCore's Integration, kids activities at The Health Museum, comedian Wyatt Cenac and a pop-up poetry slam at OKRA
The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston's new retail GM Chris Goins talks about putting an emphasis on design and giving visitors a satisfying shopping experience.
Sarah Rufca Nielsen