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The Economic Divide

Houston is No. 4 most economically segregated city, but we're divided by education, not income

By Nicole Raney

A new report found that four of the top 10 most economically segregated large metro areas (those with populations more than 1 million) in the country are in Texas. Austin claims the top spot, follo ...


Best Dressed Southerners

Houston bar owner and transplanted style blogger make list of Best-Dressed Southerners

By Diana Oates

Lifestyle magazine Southern Living has unleashed it latest listicle, this time honoring the 50 Best-Dressed Southerners. The editors proclaimed that "personal style isn't just about clothe ...


Best Restaurant In Texas

The best restaurant in Texas: Only one pricey spot lands vaunted five-star rating in world travel bible

By Katie Friel

Houston, Austin and Dallas restaurants often land on "best of" lists, but only one Lone Star restaurant has been deemed worthy of five stars by the exclusive Forbes Travel ...


Round Rock Represents

Affordable Texas town that's a hotbed for romance is America's No. 1 place to live

By Nicole Raney

Finding a great place to call home often is a compromise between affordability and fun — but in this Central Texas town, you can have both. According to new rankings from Livability, Round Ro ...


Take a Chill Pill

Lone Star Stressed: Texas ranks 49th out of the 50 states in emotional health

By Jonathan Rienstra

Texans are among the worst at decompressing and finding their centers, according to a survey examining how “emotionally recharged” each state’s residents have been in the new year ...


Ranking It

Texas' favorite food gives it a clear edge over other states, especially Utah (you should pity Utah)

By Jonathan Rienstra

If you live in Texas, you’re likely to throw out hot dogs and lasagna in favor of enchiladas and gumbo, according to a new study examining the most disproportionately popular cuisines in each ...


Sad Sacks

Misery loves fajitas: Houston is labeled one of the unhappiest places to work in the nation

By Katie Friel

A recent article appeared in Forbes counting down the 10 happiest and unhappiest cities to work in the U.S. Based on an annual study by CareerBliss, a career information site, Houston is ...


Real Estate Rumblings

Houston housing is underpriced; we're a "best buy" city, national survey asserts

By Jonathan Rienstra

Another day, another list pimping out Texas’ real estate market. This time, Forbes declared five of its 20 “best buy cities,” i.e., where to invest in housing in 2015, are in Texa ...


Go San Antonio

New York Times picks one Texas city as a travel hotspot for 2015 — and it ain't Austin

By Katie Friel

Once upon a time, not too long ago, the New York Times really enjoyed writing about Austin. (We mean really enjoyed it. Like, a lot.) So imagine our surprise when we perused a recent NYT travel ...


Foodie News

Two Houston restaurants take top spots in America's best restaurant rankings

By Teresa Gubbins

Food website Eater has released its first national list of essential restaurants across America, and saints be praised, four Texas restaurants are on it: Tei-An, the One Arts Plaza soba noodle pala ...


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