• The booth, before the beer nerds hit
    Photo by Darla Guillen
  • Crowds lined up to taste hundreds of local and national craft beers at theBrewMasters Craft Beer Festival at Moody Gardens.

    Photo by Darla Guillen
  • The Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co. crew
    Photo by Darla Guillen

  • NobleMotion Dance's Spitting Ether extends a work that began with light artistJeremy Choate, who died in a motorcycle accident earlier in the month.
    Photo by Lynn Lane
  • The Houston Brazilian Festival's day-long fiesta promises to heat up downtownHouston with live music, performances, food, educational booths, games andinteractive demonstrations suitable for kids and adults.
  • Frame Dance Productions' The Black Space explores the concept of forgiveness andthe dichotomy between the sanity and healthiness of letting go

  • At Eddie V's, every second entree ordered is on the house.
    Photo via Edie V's/Facebook
  • A Monday brunch treat: Max's Wine Dive's fried egg sandwich
    Photo via Max's Wine Dive/Facebook
  • Freebirds' mimosas are bottomless at Shepherd Square, but the margaritas anddraft beer are only $2.
    Photo by Daniel Ortiz

  • Galveston's Moody Gardens is hosting the second annual Brewmasters InternationalBeer Festival Friday through Monday.
  • The festival celebrates craft beer and features more than 400 offerings,
    Photo via BrewMasters International Beer Festival/Facebook

  • In the mood for a little exoticism? Try Bollywood Blast at Miller OutdoorTheater.
  • With the changes in media, I can't help being drawn to a film and shows andtells about the nation's most highly regarded paper.
    Courtesy photo
  • Also at Miller this week is Mecury Baroque's "Mozart Under ths Stars." Rain orshine, you should be there.
    Photo by George Hixson
  • David Aylsworth, "Watching Little Things Grow," 2010. The artist is featured atthe Glassell School exhibit.
    © David Aylsworth
  • Mingling pop and opera, Poperazzi opens the 2011-12 Houston Symphony POPSseason.