Houston is sometimes not recognized as one of America’s great cities, for music and for everything, despite its size. Over the past month, we’ve tried to correct this grave injustice by giving recognition to the musicians, city leaders, and other people who are doing the actual work to correct that grave injustice.
- Jonathan Toubin returned to his hometown and showed Walter’s Downtown how to throw a party by spinning real vinyl.
- Here’s a rundown of how to have a great time before, during, and after a show at two of Houston’s hottest venues, White Oak Music Hall and Warehouse Live.
- Four local Houston indie rock bands got put to the test on the Beyoncé Scale, an entirely made up metric.
- Houston’s great diversity is showcased through the culinary options of the Heights, in case you ever find yourself in the vicinity of White Oak Drive.
- And, turns out, Houston is a model for transit efficiency that many other cities could stand to emulate.
There are so many more exciting things happening in Houston in May, starting this weekend at Middlelands, Texas’ newest music festival.
Oh also, the Rockets are still in the playoffs, so congrats. I’m not bitter at all…
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