The Drawl

Houston Has a Flag—We Just Don't Like It

We asked four of our city’s artists to go nuts and build the banner of their dreams—the wilder, the better.

04/08/2016 By Houstonia Staff

The Great Outdoors

Get Out: Buffalo Bend Nature Park

The beautiful new 10-acre wetlands conservation area is just the beginning for this previously industrial section of the Ship Channel.

04/08/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

Fitness Friday

Happy Trails: The Off-Road Running Events You Don’t Want to Miss This Summer

It's tempting to ditch your running shoes in favor of a swimsuit, but trail running can keep your mileage exciting all summer long.

04/08/2016 By Andrea Park

I'm In Love with My Car

The Reagan High Art Car Rides Again

This year's Queen-themed Art Car is the result of a dozen students' hard work—and the vision of one ardent art teacher.

04/05/2016 By Laura Gillespie

Good-Bayou

A Farewell Tour of Houston: From the Heights to Himalaya

How do you pack up eight years of life in one week?

04/03/2016 By Hala Daher

Best Neighborhoods 2020

Futurama: What’s Next for Houston’s Neighborhoods?

We asked the experts on population, workability, walkability and more.

03/31/2016 By Roxanna Asgarian

Partys & Rec

Get Out: It's Bayou Greenway Day

This Saturday, take part in the second annual celebration of our city's hard-working parks and rec organizations.

03/25/2016 By Leah Rose

Good-Bayou

A Farewell Tour of Houston: New Friends, Same Old Anvil

Sometimes you have to come full circle before you can leave.

03/25/2016 By Hala Daher

No Limits

Can't Stop, Won't Stop: Houston Just Keeps Getting Bigger

Houston and Harris County led the nation in population growth last year.

03/24/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

World News

At Cafe Brussels, a Local Reaction to the Deadly Bombing in Belgium

It's not quite business as usual today at Catherine Duwez's busy Belgian cafe.

03/22/2016 By Adam Doster

Park Life

The Name of the New Cafe in Evelyn's Park is Up to You—Yes, You

The new park in Bellaire is holding a contest to see who can come up with the best moniker for its upcoming eatery.

03/08/2016 By Laura Gillespie

Real Estate

In the First Ward, the Siren Sound of Freeways Beckons

If no one else wants that overgrown lot, I'll take it.

03/03/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

Religion

Houses of Worship

A meditation on the spectacularly diverse ways Houstonians keep the faith.

03/02/2016 By Houstonia Staff

The Best Coast

The Houstonian’s Essential Guide to Gulf Seafood

From fresh shrimp and oysters to blue crabs and golden tilefish, we have it all here in Houstonia. Here's where to find the best seafood on the best coast.

03/01/2016 By Houstonia Staff

Profiles

Profiles in Faith: A Chat with Six of Houston's Religious Leaders

How do you maintain traditions in a modern world? Should you have a Facebook page? Could Houston be heaven?

03/01/2016 By Laura Gillespie and Steven Devadanam

Gulf Seafood Guide

The Perils of Taking Gulf Seafood for Granted

If you want to really eat local, it’s the last wild food you’ll find in abundance.

03/01/2016 By Alice Levitt

Houston's Houses of Worship

City of Faith(s): Religion in Houston by the Numbers

Breaking down the city's Baptists and Buddhists, infographic-style.

03/01/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

Eat, Pray, Love

A Sunday Love Feast With Houston’s Hare Krishnas

For Hare Krishnas, food is as much an expression of faith as their famous prayers.

03/01/2016 By Marianella Orlando

Houston’s Houses of Worship

The Way of Devotion

A pocket of southwest Houston illuminates a diverse city of faith.

03/01/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

Houston’s Houses of Worship

No Sleeping In: These Are Houston’s Must-Attend Services

No matter their faith (or lack thereof), all good Houstonians should visit these houses of worship.

03/01/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt