Houston Heights Association Cans Board Member Who Built a Beloved Playground Train.
If you've driven through the Heights recently and thought, "Gee whiz, I wish this historic, beautiful neighborhood could become really douchey," you're in luck: The nonprofit Houston Heights Association, whose volunteers once created a jogging trail, planted trees, and created playgrounds, just dism ... More >>
Houston's top 10 sushi restaurants.
Let's get one thing out of the way before we get started: This is a list of the 10 best restaurants in the Heights, as "the Heights" is defined by the Houston Heights Association. That means that restaurants outside of its boundaries -- north of Loop 610 West, west of North Shepherd, south of the Ka ... More >>
Photos by GroovehouseNow in its fifth year, the annual No Holds Barred Chili Cook-off at Shady Tavern has become a neighborhood institution in the Heights. This year -- appropriately enough -- the competition benefited the Houston Heights Association. The HHA itself also won Fan Favorite, whi ... More >>
Councilmember Gonzalez also weighs inAinbinder, the company that owns the Heights-area property being considered for a Walmart, is not quite ready to share its information.Michael Ainbinder. chairman & CEO of the company told Hair Balls that incomplete information has been shared premat ... More >>
Ah, the sweet smell of sweat in the morning
Out Go the Lights
Is the Heights too wussy about saving itself?
If you want to honor this preacher's wife, don't be cheap
Spread your blanket and relax at these eight picnic spots
The gentrifying Heights can pit residents and businesses against each other
A developer ruffles his feathers over the venerable Wabash Feed Store
A midlevel city attorney's ruling causes months of angst in the Heights over who has the rights to that land behind the back fences