By now you know all about Houston's branding as a walkable city. Yes, we mean humid, cook-an-egg-on-the-sidewalk-in-the-summer Houston. We walk here, well, "tentatively" at least. According to a recent study by the coalition Smart Growth America (Houston Tomorrow's David Crossley is the president o ... More >>
A debate on Houston transit was settled Tuesday, mostly by people who don't live here. The U.S. House of Representatives passed a transportation spending bill for fiscal 2015 Tuesday, 229-192, cutting off funding for METRO's proposed University Line in the process. Rep. John Culberson, R-Houston ... More >>
Puffed up, plucked and ready for roasting, here's this year's best of the worst.
Houston gets its first co-op — decades after other cities took the plunge.
For years I have walked, driven, and ridden trains and buses past the so-called Midtown Superblock, the four-block long and one or two-block wide vacant swath bordered on the east and west by Main and Travis and the north and south by McGowen and Tuam. And I have always had the same thought: Wouldn ... More >>