There hasn’t been a set budget because as the program grows, more buses and instruments are needed.
- Denny’s to offer free breakfast for 100 diners
- Trick or treat. Here is something good to eat!
- Sweet fall treats and festive cocktails
- Waltrip band juggles budget, fundraising restrictions
- City aims to combat kush abuse with ban
- Zoës Kitchen to open new location in the Heights
- Special Report: The Pitfalls of Permits
- Leader Eater: Red Dessert Dive
- The Reader: Historic preservation clarity
3 Brothers Bakery just celebrated 65 years of business, tradition and serving generations of Houstonians with their sweet treats. A big celebration was had at the Braeswood location. As part of a social media celebration campaign, 3 Brothers has a traveling life-size gingerbread man. Customers are encouraged to take a photo with the gingerbread man, […]
The newly-renovated Denny’s at 2120 N. Loop West will be opening its doors Oct. 22 and some of the first diners through its doors will be eating free of charge. The restaurant will reopen at 9 a.m. with an “all-new, locally-inspired design and diner menu,” according to a press release. To kick off its “Grand […]
Protected Historic Districts are vibrant living neighborhoods of legacy architecture, mature trees, bikeways, families, empty nesters and professionals.
I reached out to a couple of political consultant types to find out what in the world I’m supposed to tell our readers this week. How, with any sort of responsibility, can I tell you all how to make an informed decision at the ballot box?
A quick tour of this city (Montréal), which is quite nice – sort of New Orleans’ French Quarter without all the vomit left by last night’s drunk tourists – and it should be on your bucket list.