Brazos Bookstore (2421 Bissonnet) has a triple-header for H-Town’s Democrats, liberals, and/or progressives and it begins tonight. I’m sure politicos of every stripe are welcome but the interest level may be highest for those who
The Chronicle‘s David Barron posts today that John Granato and Chronicle columnist Ken Hoffman both will be returning to Houston radio shortly. Granato, who recently left KILT-610, will be launching a show this summer on
Yes, I know. I have the blogHOUSTON posting bug. Many of you may already be familiar with Liendo Plantation, its rich history, and the annual Civil War reenactment weekend held in November. If you haven’t
In his latest Hairballs column for the Houston Press, Richard Connelly describes a call the Press got from a St. Louis-based telemarketer trying to sell subscriptions to the Houston Chronicle. The exchange is too hilarious
The Houston Business Journal reports that the metro area continues to enjoy stunningly low unemployment: Employment continues to increase in the Houston-Sugar Land-Baytown area, according to figures released Wednesday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The Chronicle‘s Bill Hensel reports that Continental’s regional carrier, Continental Express, will now be occupying all of Terminal B at Intercontinental, now that Northwest Airlines has moved to Terminal A: Continental Airlines is taking over
The Chronicle‘s Matt Stiles posts that Mayor White isn’t happy with the state legislature’s action that requires cities to divert some red-light-camera revenues to trauma centers. The mayor and his clever communications shop have made
I’ve returned to Houston after a successful (but sometimes soggy) camping/canoe trip to a bloglines folder full of interesting Houston news and such that I missed while unplugged. There’s not time to do it all