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The legacy of quality barbecue continues to live on at Burns Original BBQ in Acres Homes, where chopped beef and baked potatoes reign supreme.
A project aimed at commemorating the namesake of one of Houston ISD’s most historic schools is receiving a significant boost in funding.
There's often a theme to an art show, much like the themes that emerge in our lives. Check out the vibrant art on display this Saturday at The Market at Sawyer Yards.
A new one-of-a-kind exhibit has rolled into town, and it’s a breathtaking way to remind yourself why Houston earned the nickname “Space City.”
Chris Shepherd moved to Houston in 1995 from the Midwest as an impressionable 23-year-old without a grand plan or vision to imprint the sort o…
Next summer, a 240-foot mural designed by a 34-year-old Oak Forest resident and Mumbai native and her team of artists will greet international travelers at George Bush Intercontinental Airport.
On Jan. 7, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that it had halted the dispersal of nearly $2 billion in Harvey aid that was previously earmarked for flood mitigation projects in Texas, according to a report from Houston television station FOX26.
A new double-sided mural at Wabash Feed & Garden is turning heads along North Shepherd Drive. The art is part of an ongoing effort to beautify and improve the property.