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Whitney Radley

After graduating from the University of Texas with a degree in English, Whitney Radley tried her hand at a couple of careers in a few different Lone Star locales before ending up in Houston — and on CultureMap's doorstep — in August of 2011. She stayed on as Staff Writer through July of 2013, and continues to report on her Bayou City explorations. 

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A Game Of Real Estate Chicken

Houston high school for sale triggers a $40 million-plus bidding war: Who will blink first?

By Whitney Radley

When the Houston Independent School District's High School for Law Enforcement & Criminal Justice went on the market after the 2012-13 school year, St. Thomas High School — which borders LECJ ...

Beer Man On A Mission

Houston's most prominent beer man is on a mission for his daughter — and the result is a new Feast

By Whitney Radley

"We get involved in things that we care about, and then we try to rationalize some sort of business purpose," Brock Wagner says of Saint Arnold Brewing Company's support ...

Beautiful Beer

Uchi chefs take the beer dinner to the next level — and other Houston restaurants are following

By Whitney Radley

Whereas wine tastings call to mind white tablecloths and polished crystal, the more recently-popularized beer dinner seems inherently casual at its core. But don't get the wrong idea: Even ...

Foodie News

New gourmet hot dog restaurant springs from a food truck: And it's craft beer friendly

By Whitney Radley

'Tis clearly the season for food trucks to go brick and mortar. Following the lead of The Eatsie Boys, Goro & Gun (née The Modular) and others that have made ...

Space City Snubbed

Name Houston's fake space shuttle!? Consolation prize now touted by a snubbed Space City

By Whitney Radley

Undeterred by getting snubbed in the space shuttle shuffle, Space Center Houston — the official visitor center of Johnson Space Center — received a high-fidelity shuttle replica (formerly known as the Explorer ...

Historic Building Demolished

Another historic building is bulldozed: Heights landmark disappears over the weekend

By Whitney Radley

Now you see it, now you don't: The Schauer Filling Station, a 1929 structure on the corner of Oxford and 14th Street in the Houston Heights, was demolished over ...

Houston Independent Bookstore Closing

An independent bookstore is set to close, paving the way for a new Houston art space

By Whitney Radley

When The Joanna hosted its final event last month in typically irreverent style, with mud wrestling and all, it was only a matter of time before a new opportunity materialized ...

Media Rumblings

New Houston magazine to be more food than chef driven: No gossip, just good eats

By Whitney Radley

"Telling the story of food is telling the story of humanity," said David Leftwich, the passionate home cook and adoptive Houstonian who will helm the city's newest food magazine ...

Photos on wheels

Snap 'n go: Vintage Volkswagen bus transformed into mobile photo booth

By Whitney Radley

Photo booths have become ubiquitous at the modern wedding, replete with twee props and customized backdrops. That fact was not lost on Brittany Havican, a self-taught Houston photographer who shoots ...

Bayou Greenways 2020

150 miles of hike and bike trails are on the way after city council approves plan

By Whitney Radley

Thanks to a bond election passed last November and private funds secured by the Houston Parks Board, the City of Houston is well on its way to a 100-year-old plan ...

Top Restaurant Bars

Two Houston spots make Top 100 Hottest Restaurant Bars in America list — and they might surprise you

By Whitney Radley

In Houston's fast-paced, high-stakes food world, the combination of great food with great drinks drinks has become more a necessity than a luxury. But who does it best? OpenTable ...

Lei Low for a few months

Pop-up preview: New Tiki bar gets a grand prize for exotic cocktails

By Whitney Radley

The upstairs room at Grand Prize Bar had the look of a Polynesian parlor Wednesday night for a pop-up preview of Lei Low, a new concept bar from Grand Prize ...

Missed Connections

Bush Intercontinental among worst airports to make flight connections but has best lounge

By Whitney Radley

Travelers through Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport may not have problem finding a willing make-out partner, but they might have difficulty making connections in flights.  In a recent analysis ...

River Oaks Drama

Ritzy home design store opens in River Oaks: CEO calls Houston less predictable than other cities

By Whitney Radley

What originally attracted design-forward lifestyle furniture brand JANUS et Cie to Houston were the beautiful homes and the eclectic and artful way people elected to decorate them.  "We chose Houston ...

Pix of the Day

Houston billionaire Tilman Fertitta parties with Duck Dynasty cast at $100 million casino opening

By Whitney Radley

Duck Dynasty cast members, casino customers, Mississippi dignitaries and Houston billionaire Tilman Fertitta himself convened at the Golden Nugget in Biloxi last Friday for the unveiling of a brand new ...

Fly Sharp

United Airlines channels Mad Men in its brand new uniforms: It's a Continental merger thing

By Whitney Radley

After announcing a big order for the latest and greatest Boeing Dreamliner and another for the newest generation of Airbus A350s, United Airlines has tackled the employee uniform.  No more ...

Playboy Loves Houston

Sexy drinks! Playboy magazine crushes on a Houston bar, touts it as a Best Bar In America

By Whitney Radley

"Drinking has never felt so virtuous," write the editors of Playboy of The Original OKRA Charity Saloon, the downtown endeavor from Houston food and beverage entrepreneurs by the likes of ...

A Cleaner Astrodome?

Astrodome is finally going to get washed: And other insights as new $194 million plan moves along

By Whitney Radley

The "New Dome Experience" is onto the next step after the Harris County Commissioners Court met to discuss the Capital Improvements Plan for fiscal year 2013-14 on Tuesday morning.  After ...

Hometown Glory

Crane City: Houston named one of America's top Building Boom Cities with construction galore

By Whitney Radley

Construction shows no sign of flagging in Texas, according to a recent report from Forbes and McGraw Hill Construction which looks at new construction data from United States metropolitan statistical ...

Hidden Mansions

Multi-million mansions and a football field-sized park: It's all high-end on this forgotten piece of land

By Whitney Radley

"Many people didn't even know that this land existed," says Jacob Sudhoff of a three-acre Inner Loop parcel between the Galleria area and River Oaks. The Buffalo Bayou bends ...

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