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18 minutes ago | Houston Press Staff
Houston Press contributor Craig Malisow has received two first place awards in the First Amendment Awards competition sponsored by the Fort Worth chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The journalism contest covered publications in Te...
7 days ago | Traffic
Happy Friday Houston. A semi turned over while traveling on US.-59 South this morning, and because of how it landed, there was no way to get around it till wreckers could clear it. Traffic backed up for miles as drivers desperately scrambled for s...
30 days ago | Media
The Houston Press has an immediate opening for a journalist with a sophisticated understanding of food and the skill to write about it in an engaging way. The food editor directs the Press’s restaurant industry coverage, recruits and manages freel...
2 months ago | Film and TV
Houston's own Adán Medrano has a 90-minute documentary out this week that showcases Texas borderland cuisine — a type of cooking he says has been "misunderstood and erased." This isn't Tex-Mex but the comida casera or the home cooking of many...
3 months ago | Tacolandia
On March 2, the all new Houston Press Tacolandia Taco Stop will gear up, offering ticket holders the chance to pick up some great tacos from Houston area restaurants at Silver Street Studios from 4-8 p.m. that day.
3 months ago | Grocery Guide
In case you are still scrambling to lay in food and water before the expected icy storm hits the Houston area, know that out of caution for their own employees as well as a general appeal for people to stay off the roads from local officials, that...