UH's lifestyle and entertainment magazine - by students, for students


One of the most fun things to do with family and friends during the holidays is look at the holiday lights. Here's a few places around Houston to do so.

Staying clean and smelling nice can be difficult to do while camping, and even more difficult at the Texas Renaissance Festival. We compiled a few tips to help.

The Astroworld 2021 lineup has been announced. Travis Scott, SZA and Bad Bunny are all scheduled to perform, along with many others.

If you're wondering what's happening with the Houston Astros, we got you. We broke down what's happening now for those who aren't tuned in to sports.

The Houston music scene rivals Austin's. Not as much in the festival circuit (although Astroworld exists) but in the genres Houston offers.

The art and food scene in Houston got a shot of new blood with the soft opening of the artisan grocery store, Railway Heights Market, located just north of Interstate 10 in the Timbergrove area. 

Houston is the fourth largest city in the world, and yet Houstonians always complain that there's nothing to do here. They're wrong.

You may not realize how many great people and trends have come from H-town. It’s time people recognize Houston for the cultural hub it is.

There are pockets of culture everywhere you look in Houston. None may be stronger, or larger, than Houston’s Chinatown.

Main Street Theater is back! After a year of virtual performances, Main Street has stepped back onto the stage with “Junie B.’s Essential Survival Guide to School” at the MECA at TBH. Adapted from the beloved children’s book series “Junie B. Jones” by Barbara Park, Main Street has put together a show that is a hoot...