It's Right There in the Name

Mayor Turner Asks the State to Tap Rainy Day Fund, Abbott Says No

Abbott will call a special session for his pet social issues, but won't convene the legislature on Harvey relief until 2019.

09/27/2017 By Roxanna Asgarian

"Unconventional"

Houston Grand Opera Announces George R. Brown as Temporary Post-Harvey Venue

With the Wortham mothballed through mid-2018, HGO is moving forward with an interesting Plan B.

09/25/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Lingerie

How to Support Harvey Victims? Donate This Forgotten Piece of Clothing

"Receiving bra donations from France and all over the country has been amazing,” says top Drawer Lingerie owner Dow Hickam.

09/25/2017 By Charnee Collier

Neighborhood Guide

Everything You Need to Know About The Woodlands

First of all, "The" is always capitalized.

09/22/2017 By Houstonia Staff

Relationships

When You Get Divorced, You Need a Divorced Best Friend

Only someone who has been there can really understand what you're going through.

09/22/2017 By Jamie Smith

Decisive Dining

Interactive 'The Conversation' Series Is the Smartest Lunch Around

Dine with Baylor College of Medicine's Center for Medical Ethics and Health Policy.

09/21/2017 By Alice Levitt

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The Monster That Won't Die: A Hurricane Harvey Diary

This wan't her first hurricane, but it was her worst.

09/11/2017 By Harriet Riley

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Opinion: Hurricane Harvey Was and Still Is a Catastrophe

"Go to Kingwood, west Houston, northeast Houston, Alief, Katy, Richmond and elsewhere where people's entire lives are sitting in a pile of rubble by the curb."

09/08/2017 By Melissa Law

rebuild houston

In Order to Rebuild, Houston Needs Its Undocumented Workforce

Texas has more than 250,000 undocumented construction workers, and the Gulf Coast needs as much help as it can get.

09/07/2017 By Roxanna Asgarian

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Isolated by Harvey, Social Media Brought Houston Back Together

Facebook Live emerged as an important way to spread news, ask for help and connect with friends in the aftermath of the storm.

09/07/2017 By Brittanie Shey

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Is Food Supply a Problem for Restaurants After Harvey?

With travel still tenuous, not every eatery is getting the food it needs.

09/01/2017 By Alice Levitt

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What To Do Before Throwing Out Your Ruined Furniture

The task of recording and compiling all your losses can be physically and emotionally overwhelming. Here's some experienced advice on how to get through it.

08/30/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

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How Bad Is Harvey? The Waffle Houses Are Closing

The breakfast chain takes its commitment to staying open so seriously that FEMA uses closures to determine how severe a disaster is.

08/28/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Fitness Friday

Run, Climb and Jump for Joy at Urban Movement

The Parkour pros have a permanent indoor space and an expanding lineup of classes that are all about moving your body in interesting ways.

08/25/2017 By Brittanie Shey

Hunker Down

Houston Braces Itself for Harvey

Houstonians are clearing out the shelves at H-E-B and battening down the hatches.

08/24/2017 By Roxanna Asgarian

All Wet

Your Other Hurricane Harvey Checklist

Or how to drink at Poison Girl with water around your ankles.

08/24/2017 By Beth Levine

E-Commerce

10 Designer Deals to Find on Facebook

Why pay retail when you can find these luxe labels for resale from local Houston sellers?

08/23/2017 By Sarah Rufca Nielsen

Inner Peace

I Tried It: Kundalini Meditation

Could that elusive inner stillness help relieve my health issues?

08/22/2017 By Roxanna Asgarian

Fall Arts Guide 2017

The Show Must Go On: 6 Must-See Performances This Fall

4th Wall Theatre Company's penultimate performance, a Pride and Prejudice sequel, and other original shows are the highlights of this fall's theater scene.

08/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney

Ice House

Houston’s Creepy, Crawly, Chompy Critters

The surprising species tagged by our local iNaturalist community

08/21/2017 By Morgan Kinney