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Let’s Eat!

“Spaghetti Monster” illustration by Erin Davis Spaghetti Warehouse resides in the heart of downtown, serving patrons for over 40 years now. Not only is it known for it’s delightful spaghetti, but there is something spooky about the place as well, and I determined to figure out what exactly that was. I went midday on...

A wise woman once said, “Give someone a warm meal and they’ll feel at home. And if it happens to be Indian food, late-night breakfast or a piping hot latte, extra brownie points for you.” OK, so maybe I said that—and maybe it isn’t true in every situation—but food is an important aspect of culture and society, and (at...

The dining halls at the University of Houston (Fresh Foods Company and Cougar Woods) seem to have a wide variety of reviews. Some people think that the dining halls are the bane of all creation, and this side would probably argue that the quality of food is low, they do not serve the needs of students who want to be...

UH School of Theatre and Dance opens its 2016-2017 performance season with “Broken Horizon,” an avant garde play written and directed by Adam Noble. The play is set in a post-apocalyptic world and explores themes of violence, sexuality, human relationships and the frailty of civilization. “Broken Horizon” is an...

Two developers of Wube Software working out of Prague began a campaign on Indiegogo in 2013 to continue work on their game small game Factorio and, within the span of two years, it has found itself featured on Steam’s “Top Sellers.” Reminiscent of early management games like Simcity and the Tycoon series, Factorio...

For some whose homes are far away from school, the college dorms become their second home — or even first. Living by yourself for the first time is a unique experience, and one that leaves you with freedom and responsibility all wrapped into one. We’ve all been there — designing a small space and attempting to make it...

To my dearest of Houston restaurants, House of Pies: We met in September of 2012. A transplant from Arkansas, I was beginning my freshman year at the University of Houston, and after I’d been in the city three weeks, a mutual friend introduced us. We were destined to meet, I think. I still remember the first time I...

PIADA ITALIAN STREET FOOD Piada Italian Street Food has often been referred to as the Chipotle of Italian food. Piada is coming to Houston with three locations, Memorial, Sugar Land, and Louetta Road. Their concept features custom, stone-grilled thin-crust wraps, chopped salad bowls and pasta bowls. Piada includes a...

As a novice food blogger, I admit that I have no idea what to do with food other than eat it. But food can be more than just delicious, instant gratification. I wanted to find out what it takes to be one of “those people” who post fantastically-framed food pictures on social media. Megha Tejal has become a seasoned...

The football season is finally upon us, and we all know what that means: we’re going to need a place to watch the most exciting moments of each game. A certain magical quality exists when you gather with other sports fans to cheer on your favorite team, and that magical quality is only amplified by watching the game...