What better time than Memorial Day to remember Will Hogg, the man who founded Memorial Park? If that (and the Arboretum) was all Will Hogg gave Houston, that would rank as one of the grandest local legacies anyone has ever achieved. But Will Hogg did so much more. He founded and developed River Oa ... More >>
India and Pakistan are 64 years old this week.Dust off your South Asian flags, because this week we celebrate India's (August 15) and Pakistan's (August 14) Independence Days. Sixty-four years ago, India freed itself from the Brits and split itself into two countries. Luckily many crossed the ... More >>
The only Texas city to make the list.Hey now, it's another one of those sprawling studies ranking the best cities in the world. This time around, PriceWaterhouseCoopers and the Partnership for New York City have ranked the world's urban agglomerations according to their importance and power ... More >>
The Houston Press got a press release today regarding Cinergy Health, and the flack offered to put us in touch with the president, who was described as a "very smart entrepreneurial CEO." And here's why that's funny: the Press just ran a cover story on Cinergy Health's dubious marketing ... More >>
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