Looking for a 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2,000 square foot house in our area in the low to mid $100,000s? That value is what is drawing people like Ollie Perry and Clint Avila to Inwood Forest, originally a 1960s country club neighborhood for oil executives that has seen its fortunes rise and fall over the years.
- New Heights art exhibit captures nature through wolf sculptures
- Oak Forest film producer wins two REMI awards
- Children at Risk releases 2015 Public School Rankings, methodology report
- Durham Elementary principal responds to Children at Risk ranks
- The Reader: Citizens pleased with Metro’s decision to sell property to Harris County
- If you learn Spanish, you might join the cartel
- Art Valet: Bright and bold Heights artists
Oak Forest resident and Film Producer Mike Vance says he has always been a student of history. Even after working in radio and television for over 15 years, Vance said he never lost interest in the subject, particularly when it comes to Texas history. “I had gone to college and majored in government with a […]
Two weeks ago, Gallery M Squared on 19th St. in Houston’s Heights opened a unusual art exhibition that is a must-see for anyone who holds nature dear. Heights resident and artist Rachel Schwind Gardner launched her “Rewilding” exhibit in the gallery, which will hang until May 24, and includes many of the artist’s remarkable, life-sized […]
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 […]
Every year, Children at Risk releases their rankings of schools across Texas. This is not an event that generally means much to me, despite my position as a principal in Houston ISD, but this year has been different. This year matters to me because Children at Risk rated my school as an “F.” This is […]
Thank you Metro Board for doing the right thing with the sale of the Pinemont Park and Ride. So glad that you listened to the will of the people/taxpayers.
Who would have ever thunk it. Right here, on the outskirts of the Heights – known for its eats, arts and bungalows – terrorists from ISIS are opening a training center under the auspices of education. Sounds like a bad joke from a bad writer, huh? Not if you read the comments from a rather […]