A new book explores the complicated figure who championed fracking, worked to save the endangered whooping crane, and founded The Woodlands.
A shelter-in-place order for the city was lifted around 3 p.m. Wednesday.
Everything is bigger in Texas
And can it be both huge and sustainable?
Called dreams of the new world, the interview-based composition examines the winners (and losers) of 1970s oil-boom Houston, along with other stories from America's Sunbelt.
More than triple its former size, the expanded Wiess Energy Hall tells the story of Houston.
Hot Stuff Safetywear manufactures flame-retardant clothing that actually fits female forms, and it officially launches this month.
Jeanne Lyons Davis
How to conduct a conversation on some of the city’s most popular topics, including what on earth is going on with the Astrodome.
"The biggest thing, amongst the other issues, is fear," says Marvy Finger. "Fear of the unknown.”
How do you pack up eight years of life in one week?
Sometimes you have to come full circle before you can leave.
No final week in Houston is complete without visits to Poison Girl, Istanbul Grill and the James Turrell installation at Rice.
In Beaumont, paying homage to the place where our big boom began.
When oil-and-gas layoffs force you out of Houston, you make your last week in the city count.
Oil & Gas
Our city isn’t the only one feeling the strong effects of the price-drop for oil. Just ask Stavanger.
Houston has some of the fastest-growing private jet routes in the world—so where are the jet set going?
In a world of offshore drilling and oil spills, wildlife biologist Donna Shaver is on the front lines of the struggle to protect coastal wildlife.
Houstons are popping up everywhere. Isn’t it time we started protecting the brand?
Boom or Bust
Whether you think the oil market is “shifting,” “adjusting,” or “softening”—Michele Marano isn’t worried.
New documentary follows Dallas-based Kosmos Energy in the wake of its discovery of oil off the coast of Ghana.