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Where Do We Go from Here?
A Roadmap for Houston’s (Possible) Future by Lynn Ashby You know Houston is on a roll. Boom, boom, boom, with the occasional resounding bust. Our skylines (we have several) are dotted with cranes. Our traffic increases daily. We need more schools, hospitals and animal-control vans. This area is spreading out in every direction. Okay, we all know that, but in the back of our minds is the burning, if not nagging, question: “What’s in it for me? Hey, I didn’t come to Houston from Frost Bite, North Dakota, for the August afternoons or the public school system, not even for the running ...
Houston’s Top 8 Doggie Destinations
Get your best friend out of the (dog) house! Read on for our city's hottest spots for well, Spot. by Ian Kretz Just because summer's coming to an end, doesn't mean you should stop making the outdoors your playground. And for all of us doggie lovers, no family outing is complete without our pups by our sides. Fortunately, digging up exciting and enjoyable experiences we can share with our dogs right here at home is, sometimes literally, a walk in the park. Here are some of our favorite, distinctly Houstonian destinations where your whole family can have a ball together this season. Why ...
Lasting Impression: Blaffer Art Museum
Founded circa 1971–1973 (formerly Sarah Campbell Blaffer Gallery) by Clifford Crouch • photos by Nicholas Nguyen Blaffer Art Museum, located on the University of Houston campus (near the intersection of Cullen and Elgin), is but the most visible and outward sign of the ways in which the Blaffer family has graced Houston and the art world. That grace proceeds in particular from philanthropist Sarah Campbell Blaffer (1885–1975), born 130 years ago on August 27. More broadly speaking, it proceeds from the anointing of Texas oil wealth. As the daughter of William T. Campbell (a founder of Texaco) and the wife of Robert E. ...
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