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Writers for Texas Highways cover a lot of ground. With more than a quarter-million square miles and some 3,000 communities…

Mark Rothko: A Retrospective

Artist Mark Rothko’s name is widely known in Houston because of Rothko Chapel, a meditative sanctuary built by local philanthropists…

Urban Scapes

Get out of the office. Flee that marathon meeting. Park your car. Exit the laundry room. Now: Find a bench…

Children's Museum of Houston's Summer of Epic Adventure: Forces Unite

Empower your children to fight the dreaded “Dr. Boredom” of summer with the Children’s Museum of Houston, which is hosting…

Cuisine Confidential: Carmelo Mauro

Lori Moffatt speaks with restaurateur Carmelo Mauro, whose Carmelo’s restaurant in the capital city dates to 1985, about his career…

A Devotion to Craft

Located in a warehouse district just beyond the northern edge of downtown Houston, a 101-year-old brick building that once served…

Park Place

Making my case for Houston as an outdoors destination comes with its challenges. Though many people think of the city…

Out of this World!

We don’t want to accidentally launch anything, so don’t touch any buttons,” says David Cisco, a former spacecraft technician who…

Urban Spark

Visiting my Houston cousins a few years ago, I joined them for a late-afternoon trip downtown to sip wine at…

One-Stop Chinatown

It takes a sense of adventure, as well as an adventurous palate, to explore ethnic dining areas as vast and…

"Peter and the Wolf" at the Houston Zoo

What better place than the zoo to watch Sergei Prokofiev’s timeless composition Peter and the Wolf?
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