Heart to Art
Do something highbrow, lowbrow, or just plain fun.
Bulls on Parade
You can't miss either of these big weekend openings—one sports, one arts.
No Can Do
The Hall of Famer talks his new solo album, memoir, and what it's like being on tour at age 70.
Laura Furr Mericas
She's Still the One
Despite some bizarre intervals, the June 9 Toyota Center concert proved no one does country-pop better than Shania.
Other than head to the beach, of course.
One writer recounts (in lyrics) how he can hardly breathe in advance of the pop superstar's Houston tour date.
FotoFest, film festivals, and one-person shows galore.
Plays, concerts, podcasts, and board game cafes to look forward to in the New Year.
Fall Arts Guide 2017
Because who wouldn't want to see Lady Gaga in Houston again?
Winter is coming ... to Houston.
Up, Up And Away
After this week's Wizards game, even the most fair-weather fans should feel energized by Houston basketball in 2017.
“Fans can focus on taking care of their families and friends.”
14 Pews' Dialogues on Grace, Toruk at Toyota Center, MET Dance celebrates 20 years, Alabama rocker Jason Isbell performs, 30th Annual Texas Home & Garden Show at NRG Park
These days, it’s the audiences—not the performers—doing the crossing over.
Blade Runner at Market Square Park, A Fistful of Soul, Mixers and Elixirs at HMNS and Nicki Minaj and Tanlines in concert
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in the arts world.
Featuring Usher, the Radio City Rockettes, and a festival devoted to the theremin.
Houston native Terrance Harrison plays Bubbles in Cirque du Soleil's Michael Jackson The Immortal World Tour
Elise Rambaud Marrion
To prepare for her Wednesday-night show, we review Lady Gaga's most outrageous dresses from the past five years.
Kerry H. and Michael Hardy
Where to go, what to do, and who to see.