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Wrecking Ball

Major developer eyes downtown Houston Chronicle building, with an eye on the future

By Ralph Bivins

Hines, the real estate developer that erected many of the iconic skyscrapers decorating the Houston skyline, is reportedly negotiating to buy the Houston Chronicle building in downtown Houston. ...

A Locke On Houston

Houston politics, family loyalty and murder figure prominently in Empire producer's new mystery

By Tarra Gaines

Houston’s own Attica Locke is having a busy month. Her third novel Pleasantville — the second to feature her Gene Locke-like, but not really Gene, character Jay Porter — debu ...

Wrecking Ball

Historic downtown school building slated for demolition despite protests by former students

By Barbara Kuntz

Salvageable bricks and a cross above Incarnate Word Academy's "1905 Building" are all that will likely soon be left of one of downtown Houston's most historic structures.&nbs ...

Food Critic Blasted

Houston Chronicle restaurant critic ranked low in integrity in national chefs survey: When food reviewers are rated

By Eric Sandler

Leave it to national food website The Daily Meal to add a little spice to Valentine's weekend by releasing its annual ranking of the country's most prominent critics and food writers. For t ...

Houston's Best Dressed

Houston's Best Dressed revealed, setting off a wild night of champagne partying for stunning fashionistas

By Shelby Hodge

The celebrations went on into the night following the Wednesday evening announcement of the Houston Chronicle's 2015 Best Dressed honorees, a celebration fueled pre-reveal with loads of bubbly ...

Foodies Fight Critic

Foodies accused of ruining restaurants: Chronicle critic's burger whine sparks an online firestorm

By Eric Sandler

"Are foodies loving restaurants to death," Houston Chronicle food writer Syd Kearney asks in a new blog post. What could prompt the veteran restaurant reporter to criticize a ma ...

Houston's Tear Down Shame

Tearing down history: Houston's shameful disdain of historic preservation must stop — bulldozer city stinks

By Ralph Bivins

Houston’s bulldozer crowd has dominated things long enough. Tearing down anything that stands in the way of making a quick buck is not smart business for Houston. Our city leaders of the ...

Breaking down #Alison100

The big winners and losers in Chronicle critic's list of 100 best Houston restaurants: Does it matter?

By Eric Sandler

Chronicle food critic Alison Cook revealed her list of Houston’s top 100 restaurants Wednesday night. For the first time in the three-year history of the list, the paper chose to celebrate th ...

The Chron's Big Move

End of an era: Houston Chronicle plans to leave downtown headquarters for former rival's space

By Clifford Pugh

The owners of the Houston Chronicle announced late Monday that they plan to leave their longtime downtown Houston headquarters and relocate to a 21-acre property near the intersection of the S ...

Rush hour miracle

Rush hour miracle: Seven survive harrowing plunge into murky bayou after crash

By Nicole Appleby

Seven workers plunged into White Oak Bayou during the early morning rush hour Wednesday when the driver of their van lost control and slammed the vehicle into the murky waters. But in what official ...

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