Everyone thinks bike paths are a good idea. Just maybe not in their own neighborhood.
Tom McCasland has long believed that Houston is a sleeping giant of a bicycling city, and these days Houston appears to be waking up and stretching its legs. Today Yale Law grad McCasland serves as the interim head of the Harris County Housing Authority, but even before he began his previous positi ... More >>
North-south cycling trails could be a go!
Open spaces begging to be usedAbout a year-and-a-half ago, as a sidebar to an article we wrote on the perils of urban cycling here in Houston, we cast our battle-tested, road-weary eyes longingly toward the possibility of CenterPoint Energy surrendering their scores of miles of utility easeme ... More >>
How weird. PUSH's site no longer calls us the Houston DePressing. Barry Blumenthal was at it again today, beating his drums for the proposed public skate park in Houston proper. He and his group, Public Use Skateparks for Houston, aka PUSH, have been trying to raise money to fund the park. To d ... More >>
An inner-loop park is still on the endangered list
Alterna-god Perry Farrell's been caught spinning
The parks director's hubby works for the firm that landed a job at a city park
Houston remains embroiled in what to do about Memorial Park