19 days ago | Houston 101
Welcome to the forever changing Montrose, the future home of “premium aluminum signage materials.” Starting next month, the Montrose Management District goes full blast on its Montrose Visual Improvement Projects, which will include the installati...
24 days ago | Immigration
“What was the raid like for you?” This was the question posed to children aged three to 16 years old who are currently being held at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, located about an hour southwest of San Antonio in Frio County...
25 days ago | Visual Arts
“What Shall We Do Next?” is not only a jumping off point for DiverseWorks’ newest exhibit, but could also be a statement about a significant change recently made by the mid-sized contemporary arts vehicle. The exhibit, curated by DiverseWorks’ ass...
26 days ago | Houston 101
Heights resident Miles Brown has been a Houston Metropolitan Transit Authority rail and bus commuter for 13 years. Because of a circuitous route that forces him to make transfers in order to get to work, Brown says he has been paying the one-way $...
1 month ago | Cars and Trucks
Brand-new Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, in only a few weeks at the helm, is making progress with something that ex-Mayor Annise Parker somehow couldn’t figure out. Potholes. Thrilling, electrifying potholes. During Turner’s inauguration speech o...
2 months ago | Visual Arts
When Houston City Council thumbs-upped the Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs Arts and Cultural Plan on October 14, Houston had its first cultural policy document since 1993. There are good things and not-so-great aspects about the plan, the...