Five Minutes With Houstonian Alexis Arnold, Child Actress

by Bob Valleau on February 26, 2020

Houstonian Alexis Arnold has booked her first feature film of 2020 with Lee Majors (Six Million Dollar Man), Tom Sizemore (Saving Private Ryan) and Robert LaSardo (The Mule).  In 2019, Arnold received the Houston Broadcast...

#TX Bites: Three Reasons to Eat at Phat Eatery Right Now

by Gabi De la Rosa on February 26, 2020

Phat Eatery has become a staple Malaysian restaurant in Katy’s burgeoning Asia Town. Is Houston’s food scene big enough to handle two areas devoted entirely to Asian restaurants, cafés and shops? The answer is an...

Broadway’s “Come From Away,” a Musical about 9/11 and Beyond

by Sarah Bradley on February 24, 2020

Come From Away is coming to the Houston Hobby Center March 3 - March 8. This new American musical about the coming together that occurred on September 12, 2001 tells the remarkable true story of...

Five Minutes With Kat Edmonson, Musician, Texas Native

by Britni Rachal on February 6, 2020

A timeless voice with deep Austin roots returns to Texas this month. Jazz vocalist Kat Edmonson plays in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas and Houston just two weeks after the Feb. 7 release of her new...

#TravelTuesday: 24 Hours in Houston

by Marika Flatt on February 4, 2020

Houston, we (don’t) have a problem! As the biggest city in Texas, Houston offers a lot of options when it comes to dining and accommodations. From intimate boutique establishments to luxurious resorts, Houston has something...

#FoodieFriday: Arnaldo Richards’ Picos, Faith-Restoring Authentic Mexican Food

by Gabi De la Rosa on January 31, 2020

For more than 30 years (a lifetime is Houston’s constantly revolving food scene) Pico’s has been serving up authentic Mexican food to the appreciative masses. Tex-Mex is what you have come to expect in Texas;...

Tilting at the World in Houston, Alley Theatre’s Quixote Nuevo

by Julie Bonnin on January 30, 2020

In “Quixote Nuevo,” by Octavio Solis, kooky characters from an elderly man’s fever dreams dance across the stage throughout, taking the edge off the production’s underlying themes: Regret over a lost love, aging, death and...

#TXAway: The Best of Downtown Houston, C. Baldwin Hotel

by Gabi De la Rosa on January 23, 2020

“Well behaved women seldom make history”, a larger-than-life quote by Laurel Thatcher Ulrich, is one of the first things you’ll see when you walk into the C. Baldwin Hotel, and it perfectly embodies everything the...

#WineWednesday: Pizza & Wine? Oh, So Fine!

by Robin Barr Sussman on January 8, 2020

True, a cold beer can hit the spot with pizza. But, this time of year, you might be hanging out in front of a fireplace and a glass of wine makes more sense than a...