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How to Write a Heartfelt Love Letter

Posted on · Wanting to do something a little different for your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Elizabeth White-Olsen, founding director of Writespace, gives the basics on writing a love letter. Writespace is also hosting an event this Valentine’s Day featuring wine, chocolate, and romantic readings by Houston romance writers.

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What Will Houston Be Like in 30 Years?

Posted on · MORE: Your Predictions for the Houston of 2045 30 years ago this past weekend, Back to the Future opened in theaters here in Houston and across the country. The film, and its subsequent sequels, tells the tale of Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveling back and forth through time in a tricked-out DeLorean. First, Marty […]

Houston Matters

How to Write a Heartfelt Love Letter

Posted on · Wanting to do something a little different for your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Elizabeth White-Olsen, founding director of Writespace, gives the basics on writing a love letter. Writespace is also hosting an event this Valentine’s Day featuring wine, chocolate, and romantic readings by Houston romance writers.

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Center Offers New Place for Writers to Collaborate

Posted on · Houston’s literary scene has a new writing center. Writespace opened its doors in May and is located in Houston’s Art District. It offers writing workshops, consulting services, a shared quiet space to write, and free community events. Houston Matters sat down with Founder and Director Elizabeth White-Olsen to learn more about what Writespace is adding […]

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Confederate Names and Symbols and Your Dental Questions: Houston Matters for Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014

Posted on · Earlier this year, HISD unveiled new mascots at four district schools, as part of a policy banning mascots deemed culturally offensive. But it’s not just mascots that can offend some Houstonians. Some question whether schools here should be named after figures from Confederate history – examples include Lee High School, named after General Robert E. […]