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Houston Maritime Museum Lecture: "The Bicentennial Project of the Port of Houston: A Pictorial History of the Port"

The Bicentennial Project of the Port of Houston by artist Judith-Ann Saks depicts the history of a determined little inland town that wanted to be a port. From a meandering bayou to a first class p


2014 "Park to Port" Bike Ride benefiting Hermann Park Conservancy

Hermann Park

As part of its centennial celebrations, Hermann Park partners with the Port of Houston to host a 20-mile bike ride and afterparty. The route begins in Hermann Park, travels east along Brays Bayou t


What about the potluck?

Showdown at the Port: Occupy Houston protestors block traffic with their bodies, clash with police

By Whitney Radley

In conjunction with West Coast Port Shutdown and in solidarity with similar movements from here to Honolulu, Occupy Houston — and representatives from occupations in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austi ...


Magic in the air

Maroon 5 to launch Carnival Magic cruises from Galveston: Win tickets to the private concert here

By Clifford Pugh

Carnival Cruise Lines is bringing Magic to Galveston this weekend and Maroon 5 is getting into the act. To kickoff the launch of the new Carnival Magic cruise ship's year-round schedule of ...


How The Other Half Lives

Crossing an invisible line: Touring Houston's toxic East End with Juan Parras

By Caroline Gallay

Looking toward downtown Houston's cityscape from the East Side presents a much different picture than gazing down the lush linings of Memorial Drive to the West. Juan Parras, long-time East ...


Hometown Mail Glory

We'll all float on: Port of Houston tugboats to be featured on a U.S. postage stamp

By Fayza A. Elmostehi

How do you know you've really made it? Why, you get your busiest seaport on a United States postage stamp, that's how. We're here to inform you, Houston, that by golly, we think we& ...


Chicago does it again

Lost in freight: Houston drops in shipping hub rankings

By William James Gerlich

Whether it be by land, by air or by water, Houston ships things to where they need to be, quickly. However, in such an industrial city where the importing/exporting business is booming, oil is ...


Imagine Houston's Future

Imagine Post Oak Boulevard as a model for a more beautiful Houston

By Scott Ziegler

Urbanization will reshape the architectural landscape of large American cities over the next 30 years with Houston outpacing the rest of the country. Houston is maturing and transforming itself fro ...


Shelby About Town

Big energy, the O'Jays and sweet treats highlight the party scene

By Shelby Hodge

It's doubtful that the Hobby Center has ever been more energized than it was Friday night when CAMAC pulled out the stops for a 25th anniversary bash, a corporate party of such proportions that ...


Real Estate Round-up

The hills with no kids: Del Webb brings a new real estate pitch to the Houston area

By Ralph Bivins

Del Webb is demonstrating that wisdom comes with age. Del Webb, a land developer and home builder, has located one of the few hilly tracts in the Houston area for its new residential community. ...


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