And On Your Left

Did You Know? The Professional Tour Guides Association of Houston Is a Thing That Exists

Guides must dispel the stubborn myth that all locals “wear cowboy hats, have belt buckles, listen to country music and drive trucks.”

04/28/2016 By Adam Doster

Pranktown

How to Get Buried in a Casket Full of Shipley Do-Nuts

In which we discover that Shipley Do-Nuts' Stacey Michel is the best company spokesperson in town.

04/28/2016 By Jonathan Lippert

Lawn Games

Get Out: Blanket Bingo at Market Square Park

The storms have passed, the sun is out, and Blanket Bingo is back on tonight.

04/27/2016 By Katharine Shilcutt

Hunker Town

Shelter in Place? More Like Wallow in Fun!

As heavy rains and high water become a more frequent fact of life in the Bayou City, a few suggestions.

04/25/2016 By Caldwell Bailey

Life in the Swamp

Houston, Under Water Again

City officials are calling the flooding "a historic event."

04/18/2016 By Roxanna Asgarian

Viva Art Deco

The Historic Gulf Oil Building is Getting a Makeover

Downtown's historic Art Deco structure will soon connect with its neighbor and receive a facelift.

04/14/2016 By Roxanna Asgarian

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