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Poet-Trees Encourage Anyone to Channel Their Inner Bard

Posted on · (Above: Poetry and messages attached to a tree as part of the Poet-Trees project from Writers in the Schools. Photo Courtesy: WITS) Last April, during National Poetry Month, Writers in the Schools (WITS) began a new project around Buffalo Bayou called the Poet-Trees, where people could write poems or messages and attach them to trees in the […]

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Hidden Beneath Houston — Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern Opens to the Public

Posted on · The folks behind Buffalo Bayou Park have opened another attraction — and this time it’s subterranean. What used to be an 87,500-square foot drinking water cistern built in 1926 has been brought up to code to allow the public to view the space and learn about Houston history. The cistern is a 90-year-old underground drinking […]