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Conservancy celebrates 90th anniversary of Memorial Park with gala dinner — and donuts

By Shelby Hodge

Way back in 1925, the famed Hogg family turned over the 1,500 acres that today comprise Memorial Park to the city of Houston for a nominal fee under condition that the space would remain parkland. ...


Real Estate Rumblings

Houston shopping center in prime location sold to local investment group

By Ralph Bivins

Ronus Properties has agreed to sell Meyerland Plaza, located at Loop 610 and Beechnut for $126 million, according to Real Estate Alert newsletter. The 965,000-square-foot center has a J.C. Pen ...


Murder & Power Women Collide

Murder, super powerful Texas women and liver transplants all touch the Houston party scene

By Shelby Hodge

With offices in both Houston and New York and with his publisher based in Manhattan, it only made sense that trial lawyer David Berg would hold his book launch party at Michael's in Midtown Wes ...


Real estate roundup

Top 5 predictions for Houston real estate in 2013: Home prices, rents and mortages will rise; more supermarkets, too

By Ralph Bivins

Houston’s real estate markets – both commercial and residential – have just finished an exceptionally strong year and conditions remain positive as we sail into 2013. The inv ...


Where's the antler chandelier?

The new Sundance Cinemas looks like Robert Redford's living room

By Clifford Pugh

The Sundance Cinemas opens to the public today. Here's what it looks like (think Robert Redford's living room). ...


Shelby's Social Diary

The Houston Symphony Ball's Scheherazade theme opened the evening to magical wonders

By Shelby Hodge

It has been a momentous year for the Houston Symphony, as symphony society president Bobby Tudor noted at Friday night's symphony ball. With a stupendous United Kingdom tour of The Planets ...


Real Estate Round-up

The Galleria finally lands a new office tower, Houston FBI turns to bomb-proof digs & Teas Nursery goes green

By Ralph Bivins

It’s been almost 30 years since the 64-story Transco Tower was completed on a site between the Water Wall and The Galleria shopping center. Since then, developers have been pretty quiet i ...


Real Estate Round-up

The Heights Walmart tops the list of things to be thankful for in 2010 Houston real estate

By Ralph Bivins

Foreclosures have been horrible. Home sales have been down. Real estate loans are hard to get. Do we have anything to be thankful for as we consider Houston’s real estate market in 2010? ...


Buffalo Bayou Ball

Happy trails to you! The Buffalo Bayou Partnership’s annual fundraising ball, this year themed "Happy Trails," honors community leaders Bob Eury, president of Central Houston, Inc.


Shelby's Social Diary

Glamour time: Houston Symphony Opening Night brings out black-tie wows

By Shelby Hodge

It's official. The fall social season has begun in earnest with the first post-Labor Day black-tie soirée — the Houston Symphony Opening Night Gala. Albeit familiar to veterans ...


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