In its day, Westbury Square was more than a strip center, it was an attraction. In the late '60s and early '70s, it was the kind of place where Houstonians would bring visiting relatives to stroll amid the fountains and piazzas and faux-Italian Renaissance splendor. Today, what little is left looks like the Swiss Village at AstroWorld after a nuclear war. Windows are boarded, paint is flaking, wooden planters have spilled their soil onto the asphalt, and pigeons are roosting in holes near the roof of what used to be a shop... More >>>
Tunnel vision: The most stylish band in town sees straight back to 1965.