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.

H-Town Diary

A Roll New World

Searching for the past in a pile of grandma’s recipe cards.

06/30/2014 By Jeff Balke

Space City

A Home at the End of the Yard

People are building their children $50,000 playhouses. Is it the end of the world, or just well-heeled parental affection?

06/30/2014 By John Lomax Photography by Max Burkhalter

Mexican & Margaritas

A Margarita for Every Mood

We’ve rounded up the nine best bars and restaurants to whet your whistle.

06/30/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Mexican & Margaritas

Houston’s 15 Best Tex-Mex Restaurants

Finding the best out of hundreds of Tex-Mex establishments was no easy task (especially on our arteries), but we did it.

06/30/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Dept. of Dubious Distinctions

Tales From America’s Road Rage Capital

To the surprise of few, Houston earns itself another dubious distinction.

06/30/2014 By John Lomax

Editor’s Note

The Triumph of the Spirits

The margarita machine finally makes the Smithsonian.

06/30/2014 By Scott Vogel

Best of Houstonia

Houston's Best Mexican Restaurants

Best queso? Best fajitas? Best tamales? Best Mexican seafood? It’s all here. Oh, and margaritas, too.

06/30/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Fashion Events

The H-Town Sneaker Summit: a, uh, Sneak Peek

Attracting 6,000 attendees, the 10th annual Sneaker Summit places the Bayou City at the foot fetish forefront.

06/30/2014 By Elise Rambaud Marrion

Breakfast of Champions

Peruvian Oatmeal y Mucho Más at Andes Cafe

The East End cafe specializing in South and Central American food makes a mean breakfast, too.

06/27/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Go Fish

Hot Duck Cebiche and More

Chef Roberto Castre serves up five tasty cebiches for National Cebiche Day.

06/27/2014 By Mai Pham

Newsfix

Video: Walking the Thin Line Between Collecting and Hoarding

Doug Dreher, a barber shop owner in the Heights, represents the neighborhood’s vanishing artistic side.

06/26/2014

NONE MORE TEXAS

Spend the Fourth with Willie Nelson

The Red Headed Stranger's red, white, and blue annual shindig returns to Fort Worth.

06/26/2014 By John Lomax

Bummer

Jarro Cafe Is Closed Indefinitely

The Mexican taco joint known for its spicy salsas and fiery food truck has closed.

06/26/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Q & A

13 Impertinent Questions for an English Lord

The Seventh Marquess of Cholmondeley discusses the new MFAH exhibition devoted to his country house.

06/26/2014 Photography by Michael Hardy

A Brief Thought

Go Commando

Invisible-edge underwear for you to wear under there.

06/26/2014 By Katie McNew

Serendipity

This Dish Shouldn't Work, But It Does

Jalapeños, peanut butter, crab, cream cheese, and more: how does EurAsia Fusion Sushi pull it off?

06/25/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

Picks

Top Things To Do This Weekend: June 27–29

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

06/25/2014 By Michael Hardy

Features

The Rent Race

Or, why you can’t find an apartment.

06/24/2014 By Peter Holley and John Lomax Illustrations by Andrew J. Nilsen

Baked Goods

Coffee and Kolaches This Saturday at Southside

Fluff Bake Bar, H-Town StrEATs, and Southside Espresso team up for a Saturday of sweet and savory treats.

06/24/2014 By Katharine Shilcutt

REAL ESTATE

For Sale: Matt Schaub's Tanglewood Home

No, it's not a stigmatized property.

06/24/2014 By John Nova Lomax