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.

Classical

Review: Houston Symphony Pops Finishes Season on High Note

Actor Victor Garber helps the orchestra close out its 2013–2014 season in style.

05/26/2014 By Sydney Boyd

visual art

The Art of Propaganda

New exhibition explores late-Soviet-era posters and the artists who created them.

05/22/2014 By Peter Holley

Picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: May 23–25

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

05/21/2014 By Michael Hardy

The Blogosphere

10 Fashion Bloggers to Follow, Part One

Do yourself a favor and add these fashionable Houstonians to your Feedly reader.

05/19/2014 By Sarah Gabbart

dance

Dinner and a Dance

Frame Dance Productions teams up with chef David Leftwich for a special performance at Good Dog Houston.

05/19/2014 By Adam Castañeda

Strong Pours

Laid Low at Lei Low

Drinking yourself toward the vibrant Polynesia inside your head

05/15/2014 By Timothy Faust

WEIRDNESS

Michael Brown's Favorite Artist Jailed In Houston

A look at the life and breathtaking work of Irina Bogatcheva, a.k.a. "Anastasia the Great."

05/15/2014 By John Lomax

Know Your City

More of Houston’s Must-Follow Instagramers

We bring you bonus instant inspiration for your eyes.

05/15/2014 By Sydney Lopez

LOCAL SPOTLIGHT

Wolf Gang Crosses the Atlantic and Drops by Fitzgerald's

Indie British band, Wolf Gang, talks about how Houston inspires them

05/14/2014 By Silvia Pera

Visual Art

Penetrating the "Houston Penetrable"

The monumental final work of late Venezuelan artist Jesús Rafael Soto will hang through the summer at the MFAH.

05/13/2014 Photography by Alice Alsup

Event

MATCH Arts Complex Breaks Ground in Midtown

The $25 million, 59,000-square-foot building will provide exhibition and performance space for small- to mid-size arts organizations.

05/08/2014

Hill Country Hiking

In Search of Higher Ground

For Texas hiking and camping with some elevation, Lost Maples is among the Lone Star's finest.

05/08/2014 By Chris Abshire

Editor’s Picks

7 Places You Should Be Eating in Pearland

One of Houston’s fastest-growing suburbs is unsurprisingly home to a growing food scene as well.

05/01/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Sponsored

A Revolutionary Procedure For a Healthy Heart

Giving prematurely born babies a new lease on life

05/01/2014 By Jeff Balke

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

52 Road Trips

5 Girls’ Weekends for You and Your Friends

Grab the girls, get the car, and go off on one of our glorious, glamorous girls’ getaways!

04/30/2014 By Catherine Matusow

52 Road Trips

Road Trips for Food Lovers

Natchez, Mississippi, its beautiful antebellum architecture, and its deep Southern cooking are just a drive away. Plus: wineries, seafood, farm-fresh cooking, and more.

04/30/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Humor

The Woodlands is Hog Heaven

Feral hogs are invading the northern suburbs, to find that they may be uniquely adapted to the terrain.

04/30/2014 By Peter Holley

Culture

How Church Got Its Groove Back

If you can’t bring clubgoers to church, you bring church to the club.

04/30/2014 By Peter Holley

Four-Legged Friends

How Do You Feed a Million Stray Dogs?

According to the ladies of Forgotten Dogs of the Fifth Ward, one at a time.

04/30/2014 By Kerry H.