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.

Mudbugs

The Vietnamese Crawfish Craze

A national phenomenon with roots in Houston (plus: how to eat crawfish Vietnamese-style)

04/07/2014 By Robb Walsh

Editor’s Picks

Robb Walsh's Top 10 Italian Eateries

Benvenuto! From old-school to new-school and everything in between, if you’re hungry for Italian food, Robb Walsh’s list has you covered.

04/07/2014 By Robb Walsh

Editor’s Picks

Houston’s Top 10 Sandwiches

These are the 10 sandwiches every Houstonian should try—and they’re not all banh mi and po-boys, either!

04/07/2014 By Jeff Balke

Jazz

Jazz Legend Wayne Shorter: "Jazz to Me Means, 'I Dare You'"

The 80-year-old saxophonist, who played with Miles Davis and Art Blakey and was a co-founder of Weather Report, brings his quartet to Houston tonight.

04/04/2014 By Justin Mitchell

Real Estate

Where to Live Now: The 25 Hottest Neighborhoods of 2014

Presenting our annual guide to the 25 best neighborhoods of the moment—plus, what you get for your money in different parts of town.

04/03/2014 By Peter Holley, John Lomax, and Katharine Shilcutt

Back in Business

The Best Sign You'll See All Day

The House of Pies on Kirby has reopened to the delight of diner fans across Houston.

04/03/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Article

Guadalajara-Style Churros: Viva la Diferencia

Among the treasures at Sunny Flea Market are these unusual churros.

03/31/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Picks

Your Guide to Can't-Miss April Festivals

From whisky extravaganzas to crawfish festivals to battle reenactments, there's plenty to do this month.

03/28/2014 By BoJanay Posey

High Rollers

Where Is Houston's Most Expensive Tipple?

Whether it's whiskey or wine you're after, we'll tell you where to find the most expensive drinks in town.

03/25/2014 By Joanna O'Leary

Newsfix

Video: Will Houston Become a City of Walking Urbanism?

A recent survey says people want to drive less, but we keep building new roads. Do we really want a more walkable city?

03/24/2014 By Dan Derozier

Opera

Helms Takes the Helm at Opera in the Heights

The former Houston Grand Opera special projects manager takes new position leading the 18-year-old company.

03/20/2014 By Holly Beretto

Just a Taste

Andes Cafe Goes High End on Wednesdays

East End gem shines even brighter with a reservation-only tasting menu option.

03/20/2014 By Amber Ambrose

'Cue News

Update: Tickets On Sale Now for Houston BBQ Festival

The second annual festival brings back old favorites and brings in new blood.

03/20/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Chic Eats

A Bad Day and a Good Burger at Drexel House

A burger and a beer at the sunny new Drexel House may help chase your blues away.

03/17/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Pizzerias

Consider the Calzone

A calzone is a pizza you can take for a stroll.

02/18/2014 By Robb Walsh

Real Estate

25 Hottest Neighborhoods

The best places to live right now.

06/01/2013 By Peter Holley and John Lomax Photography by Todd Spoth

Taste of Chinatown

Dim Sum: Chinese Brunch

Fung's Kitchen offers one of the tastiest dim sum spreads in the city.

05/31/2013 By Robb Walsh

Designer Spotlight

Chloe Dao on Project Runway Vietnam

The Houston-based designer on learning a second language in front of 87 million people, things Tim Gunn says, and why you won't see a Vietnamese designer give up.

05/21/2013 By Kerry H.

Middle Eastern Food

Wood Fire Kabobs

Sayad is a new 100 percent Halal eatery with a wood-fired grill

05/14/2013 By Robb Walsh

New Sandwich Shop

Luscious Lobster Rolls

Maine-ly Sandwiches is Houston's destination for New England subs.

05/13/2013 By Robb Walsh