Dianna, a fourth-generation Houstonian and nationally award-winning journalist, is almost always interested if there’s a good story involved, a sensibility that has landed her on shrimping boats on the Gulf Coast, oil derricks in South Texas, stalking famous elderly almost-astronauts in Florida and occasionally—whenever possible—riding horses while on assignment. Dianna is a former staff writer for the Houston Press. When she’s not devouring good books or walking her dogs, she’s probably doing that yoga thing or enjoying some red wine.

Self-Help

Be-A-Vitriolic

Remington: Publisher, author, electric shaver

06/02/2014 By Houstonia Staff

Junque

The Art of Assemblage

A local jeweler transforms throwaway objects into wearable art.

05/14/2014 By Alice Alsup

Editor’s Picks

Zut Alors! 11 Great French Restaurants

If you’re not eating French food in Houston, you’re definitely missing out.

05/01/2014 By Phaedra Cook

Sponsored

Little Patients: More Than Just Small Adults

In the days before there was a field of children’s medicine, doctors treated young patients like small adults. We’ve come a long way since.

05/01/2014 By Catherine Matusow

On the Table

Upper Kirby Korean: Highs and Lows at Nara

How do chef Donald Chang’s lighter, more refined versions of Korean food stack up?

04/30/2014 By Robb Walsh

Courts

The Nanny Trap

An investigation into a West U Fair Labor Standards Act suit quickly uncovers a global web of secrets and lies that may be impossible to unravel.

04/30/2014 By John Lomax

52 Road Trips

School’s Out! 6 Kid-Friendly Summer Road Trips

With road trips featuring dinosaurs, swimming holes, cowboys, and roller coasters, this list is sure to appeal to the kid in all of us.

04/30/2014 By John Lomax

Truck Life

Easter Eggs and Food Trucks

Let someone else do the cooking and the Easter Egg hiding this year.

04/18/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Lit Inspiration

Gatsby's Houston

We might not live on East Egg, but we can still shop like we do.

05/24/2013 By Tricia Gilbride