The longest walk in the history of the Sole of Houston requires the longest piece. This being a blog and all, we have decided to break it up into three installments.This is part two. Yesterday's is here, and we'll wrap it up tomorrow.In this installment, we venture west down Aldine-Bender from Aldi ... More >>
Lame psych thriller another low point for Mr. Costner
Universal Music helps Microsoft set a crappy precedent
Ted Poe got the spotlight for a shame-based sentencing -- the victim says it was a sham
Probationers find a thread to society in this unique bee
Houston-based Sex Addicts Anonymous knows the lesson well: For those caught in the Bubble, lust has no limits
A former mayoral staffer resurfaces at the county
He was hurt by his mother, ripped away from the foster parents who loved him and put in an institution where he was abused. That's when Alice and Ellery Riha really decided to fight.
The murder of their loved one haunted Amy and Linda White until a Texas prison mediation program brought them together with the killer. Now they've all got their answers -- and unique justice.
This time, a plan to bring drug courts here has real teeth
Is the BBB's Dan Parsons the most honest man in Houston?
Long before DJ Screw, Darryl Scott was Houston's mixmaster, spinning records that eventually spun him into the ground. A reformed Scott has a new rap these days - the word of God.
Funding cuts kill work programs as well as treatment services
Garry Shandling is alien indeed in What Planet Are You From?
High-powered attorney Earle Lilly was Linda Sarofim Lowe's divorce lawyer, then her lover. Now he's left her, and she wants her $6 million in attorney fees and her Mercedes back.
Leandra Vilardi works at the city's busiest emergency room. She only wishes it were busier.
Rick's CEO Robert Watters wants to make sexually oriented businesses respectable. So why, in his adopted hometown, does he get no respect?
According to a UH professor, his "perceived disability" is one
In a small town south of Houston, they say school prayer is a matter of religious freedom. But even in Santa Fe, freedom for one student can be tyranny for another.
Two offbeat films chronicle three offbeat young women's struggles
For 14 years, Doug Sanders ran Houston's most celebrity-filled golf tournament. Then he was accused of sticking his hand in the till. Now he wants to come back.
A gray November day spent in the gray world of the inmates and staff of the Texas State prison for women