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.

Top Doctors 2014

Solving the Mysteries—and Blame Games—of Childbirth

To find out why non-human primates often have more successful births than humans do, one BCM professor is thinking small.

09/01/2014 By Kerry H.

Top Doctors 2014

Training the Next Generation of Minimally-Invasive Surgeons

Remote control technology lets doctors perform less invasive surgeries than ever—and to train doctors all over the world from their offices.

09/01/2014 By Catherine Matusow

H-Town Diary

The Moving Story of a Houston Nomad

Or, why someone would move 19 times in 33 years

09/01/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

The Pits

A Grilling Guide, from Coals to ‘Cue

Now that you’ve caught those catfish and killed those quail, why not cook ‘em up?

09/01/2014 By John Lomax

Hook, Line, and Sinker

Go Fish!

Whether you’re hitting the open water or the pier, here’s what you’ll need to reel ‘em in.

09/01/2014 By Peter Holley

How the Sausage Is Made

Meat Your Maker

Where to transform your deer or boar into sausages and more

09/01/2014 By John Lomax

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

Child Obesity

Making the Healthy Choice the Easy One

Fighting food deserts with a can-do attitude.

09/01/2014 By Catherine Matusow

Ice House

September’s Perfect Party

Rest-in-peace-Duke-the-dog-edition

09/01/2014 By Catherine Matusow

Movin’ On Up

What’s With Those Double-Decker Buses Downtown?

You’re not dreaming; those big red London-style tour buses are real.

09/01/2014 By Peter Holley

Editor’s Note

Hunting Treason

Realizing you’ve never learned how to hunt is shocking enough, but that’s only the beginning.

09/01/2014 By Scott Vogel

film

Truffaut Retrospective Revisits Work of a Modern Master

The Museum of Fine Arts's 13-film festival devoted to the great French new wave director begins with The 400 Blows.

09/01/2014 By Joe Leydon

special event

Three-Month Celebration Honors East End, Ship Channel Centennial

Transported + Renewed brings dozens of cultural events to the city's historic transportation hub.

08/29/2014 By Elise Rambaud Marrion

Eat This Now

Dish of the Week: Barbecue at Triple J's Smokehouse

Now 20 years old, this barbecue joint in Houston Gardens is still smoking up the good stuff.

08/28/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

dance

Review: FrenetiCore's Quench Doesn't Satisfy

Why does Quench have no apparent identity?

08/28/2014 By Theodore Bale

How Does Your Garden Grow?

Planted Houston Has Big Plans for Urban Farming

Making local produce even more accessible.

08/27/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

dance

NobleMotion Dance Explores the Cosmos in New Show

The tech-savvy company's new production wrestles with the ideas of time and space.

08/25/2014 By Adam Castañeda

Fall Trends

Studio Saint Cloud

The Rice Village boutique shows 1970s-inspired luxury for pre-fall.

08/25/2014 By Sarah Gabbart

COWBOYS AND VIKINGS

Now at IAH: Non-Stop Service to Norway

Getting from the bayous to the fjords just got easier.

08/22/2014 By John Nova Lomax

In and Out

The Opening and Closing of the Week: August 18-22

A sandwich shop shutters while a German joint goes gangbusters.

08/22/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt