By Cynthia Lescalleet For The Leader The term “open floor plan” has a far more expanded — and literal — meaning at a renovated 1912 Craftsman bungalow in Houston Heights. Within its reworked, slightly expanded floor plan, an entire back wall of the home now features full-height glass doors that fully retract. When opened, a […]
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Artists like Geoff Wilder say belonging to a creative community is everything – that’s why the woodworking artist is excited to be among the 200 or so artists within the Washington Avenue Arts District. “Everyone wants everyone else to do really well,” Wilder said. “The better your neighbor is doing, the better it is for […]
If you’re craving a dish that resembles something from Mom’s kitchen, Zelko Bistro is a contender that Mom would certainly approve of. One option is ZB’s meatloaf. The meatloaf is served on a bed of yukon mashed potatoes and sautéed spinach and topped with a sweet tomato compote. In 2011, the meatloaf was featured on […]
// Warning: This post is all craft beer related. Highly potent beers included. Read with beer in hand. // Houston Beer Week kicked off on April 18, and the week has highlighted Houston Beer and the craft beer scene all around town. Big area names like Brash Brewing, Buffalo Bayou, Karbach, Saint Arnold and many […]
An open letter to Mayor Parker:
Mayor Parker, by now I believe that you are completely aware of the situation regarding Metro’s sale of the Pinemont Park and Ride to the Houston Housing Authority and their intention to build a 300 unit low income apartment complex.
The tenuous tones surrounding a plan to build subsidized housing in North Houston need to stop. Unfortunately, most of those tones are coming from people who should know better.
I had been reading about a new transportation system whereby a customer calls a company that sends a car around and takes you where you want to go. No, not a taxi. It’s called Goober.