After spending his life in Philadelphia, Boston, and New York City, Timothy Malcolm left the East Coast in July 2018 to become the dining editor of Houstonia. He brings with him a wife, daughter, and a pair of hiking poles that are collecting dust in a closet inside his Heights bungalow.

Along with writing about food and drink for Houstonia, and eating and drinking his way through the city, Timothy is the author of an upcoming travel guide titled Appalachian Trail Road Trip. His work has also appeared in Backpacker, October, Paste, and publications across the New York metropolitan area. Now that he’s not hiking mountains, Timothy collects yacht rock records, visits ballparks, and trusts the process of his beloved 76ers.

How Bazaar

Fashion Meets Meditation Tonight in the Heights

Fair trade, organic clothing company Mantra Bazaar comes to the Heights for a free meditation workshop and trunk show.

06/11/2014 By Katie McNew

Not All Gins Are Alike

Hate Gin? Here’s Why You Should Try It Again

There's a gin out there for you and half the fun is finding it.

06/10/2014 By Phaedra Cook Photography by Chuck Cook Photography

Restaurant Revamp

Nara Is No Longer Just Nara

Donald Chang debuts a new menu and a new name at his West Ave restaurant: Nara Sushi and Korean Kitchen

06/09/2014 By Mai Pham

Poppin' Fresh

Common Bond: More Than Just Baked Goods

The new Montrose bakery is about more than just bread—it offers full meals, too.

06/09/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Taco Time

Lone Star Taco Co. Gets a Lone Star

A new taco joint downtown has potential, but will it pull through?

06/06/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

sport

Sick of World Cup Hype? Try International Rugby

The US national rugby team faces off against Scotland in an international friendly on Saturday.

06/06/2014 By Silvia Pera

window shopping

Item of the Week: The Grown-Up Overalls

Fancier than what you had as a kid.

06/06/2014 By Tricia Gilbride

Fashion

Review: The De Menils' Favorite Designer Gets His Close-Up

Couturier Charles James's stunning dresses and furniture go on display at the Menil Collection.

06/05/2014 By Joseph Campana

Picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: June 6–8

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

06/04/2014 By Michael Hardy

Foodie TV

America's Test Kitchen Comes to Jones Hall

Christopher Kimball takes his popular PBS cooking show on the road.

06/03/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Cheap Eats

Bargain Banh Mi and Bo Kho at Hoàng Sandwich

Hoàng Sandwich gives you a lot of banh mi for your buck: a college student's dream come true

06/03/2014 By BoJanay Posey

Stardom

The Montrose Rollerblader Goes National

The man who's been entertaining Houston motorists for years is scheduled to audition on America's Got Talent.

06/03/2014 By Michael Hardy

Cheap Eats

The Best Way to Stuff Yourself Silly for $5

The giant dosai at Shri Balaji Bhavan are a meal unto themselves.

06/02/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

The Drawl

Nine Houstonians With Startlingly Accurate Horoscopes

Some folks have had trying times of late. If only they’d read their horoscopes...

06/02/2014 Illustrations by Lucky 11 Studios

Texas Music Festival

When Is a Local Festival No Longer Just Local?

The Texas Music Festival welcomed its first class of students in 1990, and has since attracted an international following.

06/02/2014 By Michael Hardy

Food Trends

Five Places to Get Your Fish Sauce Fix

From cocktails to desserts, fish sauce is the secret ingredient du jour.

06/02/2014 By Mai Pham

Barbecue

Is Killen’s BBQ Really The Best in Texas?

We braved the lines and baked in the sun to find out.

06/02/2014 By Robb Walsh Photography by Kate LeSueur

dance

Performing Nothingness

Choreographer Aileen Mapes's new performance at Suchu Dance is inspired by the Italian concept of cultured idleness.

05/30/2014 By Adam Castañeda

picks

The Top Five Summer Fest Bands: Day 2

No time for sleeping in on Sunday—grab brunch and head back out to Buffalo Bayou for another full day of music, including our top under-the-radar picks.

05/30/2014 By Dean Davis

Weekend Plans

When's the Best Time to Visit Coltivare?

At lunch. Yes, it's open for lunch.

05/30/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt