On the last day of April, the iconic Heights Theater on 19th Street was listed for sale on HAR.com for $1.9 million. At press time there have been multiple offers, however, no purchase has been made yet on the historic property. “Yes, we’ve seen a flurry of activity around the theater, almost nonstop interest,” Real […]
- Passings in the Community: Bitner, Burns, Gurka, Lollard, Prieto, Sandoval, Smith, Snider and Vera
- Art Valet: Remembering Van McFarland
- News from the Pews: St. Stephen’s hosts fifth-grade graduation ceremony
- Reader’s fears not calmed about the local economy
- Calendar: Adolf Hoepfl Garage now open Saturdays
Although Oak Forest resident Mark Lear’s day job as the Associate Artistic Administrator for the Houston Grand Opera is pretty interesting, it is his recent birding hobby that is getting all the attention on social media. An owl house that he put up in his yard in late March of 2014 attracted a male and […]
The day after Christmas last year, Houston artist Van McFarland suddenly passed away. An original artist of Winter Street Studios, McFarland’s quiet manner and friendly nature left many friends in the art world in shock. Mosaic artist and Heights resident Chris Silkwood began thinking about many of the great artists at Winter Street Studios that […]
A popular image of artists, is painting live, all the scenery before him/her, on a hillside with a canvas propped up on their easel. I always envision the artists at Jackson Square in New Orleans, painting the people and architecture around that popular destination. The phrase associated with painting outdoors is “en plein air.”French obviously, […]
My fears were definitely not calmed. The statistics from the U.S. Department of Labor have never impressed me as genuine nor realistic.
Over the next couple of weeks, you’re going to see a new marketing program for a website called LeaderSearcher.com, and I thought I’d do the honor of telling you a little about it.
MY COMPUTER – Today there is new email, rather than the usual dunning notices from MassiveCharge, the IRS and/or my payday loan shark.