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.

Natural Deodorant

Deo for Your B.O.

Or not, if you're Cameron Diaz

07/31/2014 By Katie McNew

Sweet Treats

Our 7 Favorite Donut Destinations

The donut is on the rise—here are 7 spots to try Houston's best versions of fried dough.

07/31/2014 By Emily Donaldson

picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: August 1–3

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

07/30/2014 By Michael Hardy

RUMMAGING HOUSTON'S ATTIC

Second-Hand Madness

A few of the weirdest and most wonderful finds from Houston's thrift stores.

07/30/2014 By John Lomax

Houston Craft Beer Guide

The Houstonia Seasonal Six-Pack Now at Whole Foods

This month, grab a variety pack of our editors’ favorite local summer brews, only at area Whole Foods Markets.

07/29/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

interview

No, Adam Duritz Will Not Play "Mr. Jones"

The Counting Crows frontman discusses the band's first new album in six years, and why they don't feel compelled to play their hits.

07/29/2014 By Michael Hardy

New & Notable

Ninja Ramen's New Approach on Washington Avenue

Ninja Ramen offers one thing and one thing only: ramen.

07/28/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

the big time

The Montrose Rollerblader Is Going to Radio City—And So Are We

Next Tuesday when Juan Carlos performs live on national TV from New York, Houstonia will be there with him.

07/28/2014

Tasty Travels

8 Great Lobster Rolls without Leaving the State

You don't have to head to Maine this summer to enjoy a big, buttery lobster roll.

07/25/2014 By Mai Pham

Reminiscence

Roger and Me

New documentary about Roger Ebert prompts local film critic Joe Leydon to reflect on their long friendship.

07/25/2014 By Joe Leydon

HILL COUNTRY HAVENS

Austin's Travaasa Spa and Hotel: Summer Camp for Grown-Ups

Gentle thrills abound at this serene oasis high above the Capital City.

07/24/2014 By John Nova Lomax

reading

Houston Writer Recounts Long Recovery from Sexual Assault

UH Creative Writing PhD Lacy Johnson's powerful new memoir tells a story of survival.

07/24/2014 By Michael Hardy

Now Open

The Honeymoon Is Just Beginning

New cafe and bar on Main Street brings a slice of New Orleans to downtown Houston.

07/24/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

TEXAS TRAVEL

Downtown San Antonio: A Love Letter

The Alamo City's central city is second-to-none in the state.

07/24/2014 By John Nova Lomax

Hot Fashion

Finding White Linen for White Linen Night

Because it's be too hot to wear anything else anyway.

07/24/2014 By Katie McNew and Emily Donaldson

film

QFest Gives New Meaning to Summer Camp

The long-running LGBT film festival is back with a new slate of films, including a 1980s Pia Zadora howler.

07/23/2014 By Joe Leydon

picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: July 25–27

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

07/23/2014 By Michael Hardy

Cubism

Dorm Room Decorating 101

Thinking outside the box (or standard freshman-dorm-room rectangle) can transform a cold cube into a cozy retreat.

07/22/2014 By Katie McNew

Article

Dance Theatre of Harlem: Back From the Dead

The legendary company, which has been on hiatus for almost 10 years, returns to Miller Outdoor Theatre this week.

07/22/2014 By Adam Castañeda

Concert

Review: Beyoncé and Jay-Z Knock It Out of the Park

The married couple's sold-out Minute Maid Park concert didn't disappoint.

07/21/2014 By Michael Hardy