Houston Press contributor DeVaughn Douglas is a freelance writer, blogger, and podcaster. He is 1/2 of the In My Humble Opinion Podcast and 1/1 of the Sleep and Procrastination Society. (That last one isn't a podcast; he just procrastinates and sleeps a lot.)
2 hours ago | Coffee
Roughly a month ago press began coming out about Day 6 coffee and its two owners, Ricardo “RJ” Wilson and Jason Ian Wilson. Many of the headlines touted their place as Houston’s first Black-owned coffee shop. The two brothers quickly released a vi...
6 days ago | Parenting
Sitting in the lobby of the Dakota Lofts downtown your eye is immediately drawn to the black and white floor that resembles a giant chessboard. A small group of people mill around the life size board as they await instructions. Before anyone has a...
18 days ago | Weather
Cars line up down the street in front of the Turkey Leg Hut as an officer directs traffic from Almeda onto Rosedale. Long lines running in front of the iconic Houston eatery are not out of the ordinary but the people idling in their cars are not h...
19 days ago | Visual Arts
The corner of Main and Dallas is empty late on a Sunday evening. Its eerily silent aside from the occasional person whirring by on a rented scooter and piercing the soundless night. The corner is occupied by a building that use to house the two st...
22 days ago | Coronavirus
Walking up to Grooves on Pierce and Bastrop you can hear and feel the music pulsing through the front doors of the building on a Sunday afternoon. It’s not out of the ordinary for any bar or lounge on Sunday Funday. What is out of the ordinary is ...
1 month ago | Restaurant News
On the corner of Cullen and Gray, just a short distance from Polk, sits a trailer converted into a standing food truck. The smell of fresh baked bread wafts through the air as the ever-present reminder that the Leeland Baking building is about a b...