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Philanthropist Remembered

Houston philanthropist who continued family tradition of giving is remembered for unsung contributions

By Clifford Pugh

One of Houston's most giving — and low-profile — philanthropists is being remembered for his unsung contributions to the city's charitable scene. David Underwood, chairman of th ...

Beloved Restaurant Closes

Beloved Rice Village restaurant to shutter soon: Landlord has other plans for prime property

By Eric Sandler

For a decade, Yum Yum Cha Cafe has served Chinatown-quality dim sum to inner Loopers at its cozy restaurant in the heart of Rice Village, but the days of BYOB and shumai are coming to an end. The r ...

Houston Opinions

Houston Area Survey: We're optimistic on economy, worried about traffic, tolerant on social issues

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Houstonians feel increasingly optimistic about the local economy in spite of the recent downturn in oil prices, are increasingly pessimistic about the area's worsening traff ...

Dinner and Discourse

Power couple honored as Rice University's Baker Institute raises $740,000 for new center

By Shelby Hodge

Corporate, diplomatic and education leadership turned out in black-tie force for the Rice University Baker Institute for Public Policy gala that not only honored one of the city's leading coupl ...

Rice Design Alliance Tour

A stunning home tour that shows off the entire city: All of Houston's wards — and their unusual houses — finally get their due

By Barbara Kuntz

Houston's ward system takes center stage in the Rice Design Alliance's Spring 2015 Architecture Tour. ...

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 ...

Puentes Symposium 2015: U.S.-Mexico Border Health and Well-Being

Rice University

Leading experts from the United States and Mexico will explore the challenges and opportunities of public health efforts in the U.S.-Mexico border region at Rice University's Baker Institute fo

One Blooming House

Historic flower house hits the market with a near $900,000 price tag — and plenty of upgrades

By Barbara Kuntz

Editor's Note: Houston, the surrounding areas and beyond are loaded with must-have houses and properties for sale in all shapes, sizes and price ranges. In this continuing series, CultureMap sn ...

KTRU Lives On

Popular student-run Rice radio station plans return, but it won't be KTRU

By Elizabeth Rhodes

For those who mourned the loss of KTRU, Rice University's popular student-run radio station, you can look forward to its return to the FM dial in the near future. On Monday, the Federal Com ...

Rice University hosts Sumi Ink Club participatory art project

Rice University will host the internationally known Sumi Ink Club for a participatory public art project at the university. Members of the Rice and Greater Houston communities are invited to join L

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