Sports

Update: Astros Beat Boston for Fourth Trip to World Series in Team's History

They still have to wait for the winner of the NLCS to see who they will face

10/23/2021 By Edward "Figgy Fig" Gilliard

Rock out

5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, October 22-24

The Millennium Tour takes the Bayou City.

10/21/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Lights, Camera, H-Town

Houston Is Transforming Into a Reality Show Hub

Houston is quickly becoming a hub for reality television shows.

10/20/2021 By Stephanie Bartels

Knockin' on Houston's Door

New Study Finds That Harris County Is a Magnet for California Residents

Lower prices and larger living attract thousands of Californians to Space City.

10/20/2021 By Sofia Gonzalez Edited by Shelby Stewart

Flu Season

Health Experts Share Tips To Stay Safe During Flu Season

Flu season is projected to be more severe than usual this year.

10/19/2021 By Sofia Gonzalez Edited by Shelby Stewart

These boots were made for walking

Here’s What Houston Celebs Were Up to Last Week, October 18

Megan Thee Stallion has a new Popeyes partnership, Billy F. Gibbon's custom line of cowboy boots, and more.

10/18/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Making a Difference

Houston Food Bank President Brian Green Recognized For Pandemic Leadership Efforts

The awards this year honored frontline heroes who found a way to overcome the unprecedented pandemic with their staff.

10/15/2021 By Sofia Gonzalez

Laugh out loud

5 Things to Do in Houston This Weekend, October 15-17

Celebrate the return of in-person events at Nature Discovery Center, Constellation Field and the NRG Arena.

10/14/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Game Day Grabs

Support the Astros in the ALCS With Merch From Local Etsy Shops

Show up to game day in exclusive gear from shops like MexicAnita and Sylvia Rosarye.

10/14/2021 By Craig Hayes Edited by Houstonia Staff

Politics

Governor Greg Abbott Signs New Executive Order Banning Vaccine Mandates

The new executive order target private entities like airlines, who agreed to President Joe Biden's September vaccine mandate.

10/13/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Pest control

Why Pesky Pest Problems Are More Likely to Affect The Lone Star State

Texas’ climate and other factors make the perfect landing spots for insects and rodents.

10/13/2021 By Sofia Gonzalez Edited by Shelby Stewart

Private Schools

How COVID-19 Has Impacted Students With Neurological Disabilities

There's still plenty of work to be done.

10/12/2021 By Meredith Nudo

Hot stuff

This Season of The Bachelorette Features One of Houston's Very Own

PJ Henderson is joined by four other Texans on the 18th season of the hit ABC dating show.

10/12/2021 By Shelby Stewart

More money more scrubs

Houston Based Medical Uniform Retailer Wins $25,000 Grant at Pitch Competition

The National Urban League & Courvoisier Cognac awarded a $25,000 financial grant.

10/11/2021 By Craig Hayes Edited by Shelby Stewart

Gearing Up For Halloween

Meet Houston’s Own Halloween Influencer Miranda Enzor

Living the spooky life all year long.

10/05/2021 By Catherine Wendlandt

To Infinity & Beyond!

Virtual Reality Experience to Lift Off Into Sawyer Yards

Allowing visitors to experience life in space through modern tech.

10/04/2021 By Craig Hayes Edited by Shelby Stewart

Bringing it home

Here's What Houston Celebs Were Up to Last Week

New albums from the Cactus Jack camp, a Latin Grammy nomination and the Astros win a division title.

10/04/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Spooky season

Houstonopoly Gets a Spooky Revamp Ahead of October

October marks the final month of the Instagram-worthy experience.

09/29/2021 By Shelby Stewart

Reaching The Moon

NASA’s New Space Program Will Take the First Person of Color to the Moon

An uncrewed launch in November, involves putting a woman and the first person of color on the moon.

09/29/2021 By Emma Schkloven

Painting The Town

Sugar & Cloth Color Wall's Latest Installation Highlights Houston's Diversity

After a two-year hiatus, the new installation showcases Houston's diversity.

09/28/2021 By Sofia Gonzalez and Shelby Stewart