• Karbach Brewing Co. Kicks Off a Month of Karbachtoberfest
    September 19 at 7:15 a.m. by Francisco Montes

    You've heard the expression, "It's five o'clock somewhere." Oktoberfest is already happening in Munich so why not join the party? Karbach Brewing Co. kicked off its popular Karbachtoberfest with a German-influenced menu, special glassware,…

  • Vibe and Ride to Erykah Badu With This LED Bayou Tour
    September 19 at 6:45 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    The soundtrack was pure Erykah Badu, the venue was a stretch along the Brays Bayou Greenway Trail and presenter Letsdothishouston provided the multi-colored LED lights for back-to-back nights of part Vibe & Ride and part Saturday Night Lights.…

  • UH and Rice Battle on the Gridiron for the Bayou Bucket
    September 18 at 8:35 a.m. by Jack Gorman

    The University of Houston Cougars defeated crosstown rivals Rice Owls for the Bayou Bucket at TDECU Stadium on Saturday night. Defensive superstar Ed Oliver created turnovers and quarterback Kyle Allen and the offense capitalized by turning them…


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  • The Good Eats at Minute Maid Park
    September 18 at 8:25 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    There's something about being at the ballpark that makes everything taste better and, with some new food and beverage options at Minute Maid Park this year, there was plenty to eat and drink as we watched the Astros clinch the American League West…

  • The Cute Canines at Dog Day at Minute Maid Park
    September 18 at 8 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    There was plenty of tail-wagging fun this Sunday with Dog Day at Minute Maid Park. Astros rally pups and their humans came out for this annual favorite with a pooch parade around the field, dog day vendor alley and even a costume contest. We saw…

  • Houston Astros Clinch Division Title With Win Over Seattle Mariners
    September 18 at 7 a.m. by Jack Gorman

    With Sunday's win against the Seattle Mariners, the Houston Astros officially clinched their first division title since 2001. With Justin Verlander taking the mound and supermodel girlfriend Kate Upton joining the rabid fans in support, the Juice…

  • Los Alacranes Celebrate Pachuco's Night With La Mas Chingona Contest
    September 18 at 6:30 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    Pachucos y Pachucas de Houston Tejas gathered at Sara's Ice House on North Main for an original Pachuco's Night with contests for La Mas Chingona, Mas Chingon, best-dressed and a couples dance contest. Tejas Got Soul and Chuco Garcia kept the dance…

  • Hatchet Pride: The Juggalos March in Washington D.C.
    September 17 at 11:43 a.m. by Nate 'Igor' Smith

    From across the United States, Juggalos and Juggalettes marched in Washington D.C. to protest the gang designation given to them by the FBI. The day included speeches, concerts and plenty of face paint at the national mall. That deserves a big…

  • Kick the Tires and Light the Fires at New Lone Star Flight Museum
    September 17 at 9:05 a.m. by Abrahán Garza

    This weekend marked the opening of the Lone Star Flight Museum in its new $38 million dollar digs at Ellington Airport, featuring 130,000 square feet of historically significant aircraft, more than 1,500 artifacts and a journey through aviation…

  • The Sun Was Shining Bright at Texas Taco Music Fest in Houston
    September 17 at 8:05 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    As Houston continues to dry itself out and begin to recover from all the flooding, it was time to get out of the house, bask in the hot Texas sun, and enjoy some of our favorite things. We found music, art, culture, tons of vendors and even a taco…

  • Houstonians Rally in Protest of President Trump's Move to End DACA
    September 17 at 7:40 a.m. by Abrahán Garza

    Angered by President Donald J. Trump and Jeff Sessions for the recent announcement to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, protesters gathered at Houston's Irvington Park on Cavalcade and marched to Moody Park on Fulton. The…

  • Baileson Brewing Company Celebrates Its Grand Opening in Rice Village
    September 13 at 6:35 a.m. by Makwakwa, Tracey

    The newest kids on the craft beer block, Baileson Brewing Company, opened its doors for a grand opening shebang this weekend in Rice Village. It's a dog-friendly venue — which makes sense as its named after puggles Bailey and Jameson — with plenty…

  • The Best From the 2016-2017 Season Celebrated at Houston Theater Awards
    September 12 at 1 p.m. by Francisco Montes

    In August we announced the winners and finalists of this year's Houston Theater Awards, celebrating those shining stars from on stage and behind-the-scenes. Theater insiders gathered at MKT BAR on September 11 to celebrate a successful 2016-2017…

  • Sigma Brewing Company Hosts Doomsday Wrestling's Paint The Town Red
    September 12 at 9:05 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    Doomsday Wrestling - Paint The Town Red featured a night of hilarious headlocks and hysterical bodyslams as our favorite thematic athletes returned to Houston to battle the horrors of 1980s era Soviet communism. Entering the squared circle at Sigma…

  • Rob Jay and Joy Host Season Finale Watch Party for HBO's <i>Insecure</i>
    September 12 at 8:15 a.m. by Yuri Pena

    Uber-fans of HBO's Insecure gathered to discuss the up and down adventures of Issa and Molly during a season finale watch party for the hit show's sophomore year (the "Hella" season). Our favorite Awkward Black Girl has come a long way since season…

  • Bay Area Troubadours Celebrate the Return of Galveston's ArtWalk
    September 11 at 3:50 p.m. by Treva Wygle

    Bay area troubadours lifted the spirits of Galvestonians still on the mend with an evening of outdoor music Saturday night. Art-lovers came out in droves to explore the art galleries on Postoffice and the Strand district, while Galveston Arts…

  • Liberty Whites, Tailgating and the Season Opener for Texans Football
    September 11 at 7:30 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    Houston Texans fans donned their liberty whites and came out for some amazing weather, good ol' fashioned tailgating and the opener for a season of football. Hopes were high, the temperatures were (relatively) low and we went into this game with…

  • Slow, Loud and Bangin' at 8th Wonder Brewery's Screwed Up Sunday
    September 11 at 7:05 a.m. by Doogie Roux

    H-Town's 8th Wonder Brewery has once again partnered up with Donkeeboy Art and Screwville for the 3rd Annual Screwed Up Sunday. The event paid homage to the creator of the iconic art and sound of screwed and chopped, DJ Screw. We got down with Paul…

  • Janet Jackson Brings State of the World Tour to Houston's Toyota Center
    September 10 at 10:10 a.m. by Marco Torres

    Janet Jackson took us on a trip down memory lane Saturday night at Houston's Toyota Center, getting crowds up and on their feet for "Nasty", "Control", "Pleasure Principle", "What About", "Rhythm Nation" and many more. She knew we were in pain and…

  • Coffee &amp; Cars Celebrates Ferrari Day With Hurricane Harvey Relief Drive
    September 10 at 9 a.m. by Eric Sauseda

    September brought cooler weather and larger crowds to the monthly Coffee & Cars event at Memorial City on Saturday. Car buffs gathered to admire the Ferraris, expensive exotics and dreamy sports cars at this Scuderia Society-hosted event while also…



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