Morgan grew up in The Woodlands, finally escaping the suburbs to join Houstonia in May 2017. He writes news features for the magazine and edits Houstonia’s Arts & Culture blog, On the Town. 

A Northwestern alum, he has been a fact-checker for New York magazine and a reporter for a newspaper in upstate New York. He’s most excited to rekindle his relationship with kolaches back here in Texas.

Pack In, Pack Out

Get Geared Up!

Our guide to the year’s best gear for backpacking and camping season

09/01/2014 By Chris Abshire

Summer Recipes

Recipe: Feta & Basil Roasted Green Beans

Kick your veggies up a notch.

09/01/2014 By Kerry H.

picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: Aug 29–Sept 1 (Labor Day Edition!)

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

08/27/2014 By Michael Hardy

picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: Aug 22–24

Where to go, who to see, and what to do

08/20/2014 By Michael Hardy

Art

Beautifying Houston

Jo Ann Fleischauer's installation at Art League Houston is inspired by brightly-plumed birds-of-paradise.

08/19/2014 By Adam Castañeda

exhibition

Top African American History Collection Comes to Houston

The Kinsey Collection, now on view at the Houston Museum of African American Culture, documents 400 years of history.

08/12/2014 By Michael Hardy

Wearable Art

Little Artist Does Big Things

Santana Draper wanted to help those less fortunate. So, he did.

08/11/2014 By Katie McNew

Theater

Back in the Saddle

Full Gallop, a one-woman show starring Sally Edmundson as legendary fashion editor Diana Vreeland, trots back to Stages.

08/11/2014 By Sarah Gabbart

Article

Italian Filmmaker Wins International Acclaim for His "Texas Trilogy"

Shot on location in Houston, Austin, and Waller, Stop The Pounding Heart, the final film in Houston-based filmmaker Roberto Minervini's trilogy of quasi-documentaries, examines the conflict between religion and romantic attraction.

08/08/2014 By Joe Leydon

Pet Sitting

How Man's Best Friend Unwinds While You're Away

You think you're the only one who needs to relax this summer?

08/04/2014 By Mariah Giblin

Open Road

Photo Essay: a Marfa Pilgrimage

Leave the big city chaos behind and take a trip out to the peaceful, tranquil jewel of the west.

08/03/2014 By Alese Pickering

A Family Guide to Houston

Festivals for Every Member of Every Sort of Family

Houston has no shortage of things to do this summer, even for the pickiest of folks.

08/03/2014 By Michael Hardy

Houston Craft Beer Guide

Houston’s 6 Best Beer Bars

A great beer bar is more than just a huge tap list—it takes knowledgeable staff, good taste in selection, and excellent ambiance to make the cut.

08/03/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt Photography by Max Burkhalter

Houston Craft Beer Guide

The Experts Have Spoken: Houston’s 5 Best Breweries

We gathered 16 craft beer connoisseurs, poured them beers, and didn’t let them leave until they agreed on the top breweries in town.

08/03/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Clutch City

5 Brick-and-Mortar Bookstores to Visit This Bookstore Day

Online retailers just can’t match the human touch of these local shops.

08/03/2014 By Michael Hardy

RUMMAGING HOUSTON'S ATTIC

Second-Hand Madness

A few of the weirdest and most wonderful finds from Houston's thrift stores.

07/30/2014 By John Lomax

News

Who Are Frank and Kimberly DeLape?

Generous and high-profile, the couple sits at the very top of Houston society—which is what makes the allegations against them so shocking.

07/26/2014 By Peter Holley

Tasty Travels

8 Great Lobster Rolls without Leaving the State

You don't have to head to Maine this summer to enjoy a big, buttery lobster roll.

07/25/2014 By Mai Pham

TEXAS TRAVEL

Downtown San Antonio: A Love Letter

The Alamo City's central city is second-to-none in the state.

07/24/2014 By John Nova Lomax

Cubism

Dorm Room Decorating 101

Thinking outside the box (or standard freshman-dorm-room rectangle) can transform a cold cube into a cozy retreat.

07/22/2014 By Katie McNew