Art

We Live in the Flicker

British-Nigerian artist Zina Saro-Wiwa re-imagines environmentalism in the Niger Delta.

09/25/2015 By Andrea Siso

Lecture

Sweet and Lowdown

Husband-and-wife duo Jason and Alicia Hall Moran head back to Houston to chat (and perform) all things music.

09/11/2015 By Brittanie Shey

9/11

Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

University of Houston honors World Trade Center attacks with Remembering 9/11

09/10/2015 By Sara Samora

Comedy

An Old-Fashioned Slumber Party

YouTube sensation Tyler Oakley packs his pajamas and stops in Houston.

07/10/2015 By Jenae Sitzes

History

100 Years That Changed a City

A photographic inquiry into the nature of us

07/09/2015

Business

Meet Edose Ohen, Donut Tycoon

Glazed, the UH MBA’s donut shop, has taken Houston by storm—and word of his success is spreading.

05/31/2015 Photography by Max Burkhalter By Kayla Stewart

Humor

Words of Wisdom, McConaughey-Style

We obtained an early version of the Oscar winner’s UH commencement address.

05/06/2015 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Feature

Along Holman Street, the Past, Present, and Future of the Third Ward

Witness the rise, fall, and renewal of one of Houston’s most iconic neighborhoods.

03/09/2015 By Michael Hardy Photography by Brian Goldman

Bayougraphy

The Wizard of University Park

“A patent is not just a single act—it can be a lifestyle.”

03/09/2015 By Michael Hardy

frontiers of science

This Is Your Brain on Art

Visitors to Dario Robleto's Menil Collection exhibition will soon have the chance to be part of medical history.

08/26/2014 By Michael Hardy

Grub on the Go

A Proper Texas Lunch at Cream Burger

Some of our city's greatest relics are burger stands.

08/07/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Design

The Houston Zoo’s Accidental Conservationist

Who will save our planet? The designers, that’s who.

06/30/2014 By John Lomax

Cheap Eats

Bargain Banh Mi and Bo Kho at Hoàng Sandwich

Hoàng Sandwich gives you a lot of banh mi for your buck: a college student's dream come true

06/03/2014 By BoJanay Posey

Texas Music Festival

When Is a Local Festival No Longer Just Local?

The Texas Music Festival welcomed its first class of students in 1990, and has since attracted an international following.

06/02/2014 By Michael Hardy

Gather ’Round!

June’s Perfect Party

Summer always feels like a time for new beginnings, so this month we choose guests who will get in on the spirit.

06/02/2014 By Catherine Matusow

Visual Arts

Claudia Schmuckli Is Keeping Things Interesting at the Blaffer

Thanks to its director’s non-traditional, experimental style, days have never been more exciting at UH’s Blaffer Art Museum.

04/30/2014 By Michael Hardy

Houston Entrepreneurs

Flameless Candles, Magnetic Shirts, and Bowling Ball Pushers

A UH grad launches a business that brings clever products to customers like him.

02/25/2014 By Kerry H.

Panic Attacks

Anxiety Attacked: Fear Embraced Is Fear Erased

For people suffering from anxiety disorders, panic attacks can strike anywhere, anytime.

10/31/2013 By Peter Holley

Cheap and Cheerful

Broke and Hungry? Try These $7 Lunches

You may be a poor college student, but that doesn't mean you can't eat like a king.

09/10/2013 By BoJanay Posey

Civic Treasures

Houston's Top 10 Public Sculptures

A completely objective guide to the city's best public art

08/01/2013