Good, Bad and Ugly

Perry Indicted and Requiring Freshmen to Live on Campus: The Good The Bad and The Ugly of Houston News

Posted on · From Rick Perry’s indictment to a plan to require University of Houston freshmen to live on campus to using federal funds to buy water taxis in The Woodlands: as we do every Friday, we parse The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the week’s news with our panel of “non-experts.” This week, we’re joined by the Houston Chronicle’s Kyrie […]

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The Woodlands: Not Just a Bedroom Community Anymore

Posted on · Back in 1964, real estate developer and oil & gas man George Mitchell purchased land 30 miles north of Houston. A decade later, the planned community of The Woodlands was opened. Today, an estimated 100,000 people live there. On this edition of Houston Matters, we learn more about the history, development and future plans for The Woodlands from Nick Wolda, President of The Woodlands Convention and Visitors […]

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Houston Matters for Tues., Nov. 12, 2013

Posted on · We’ve heard about the woes facing publishing – notable newspapers have shifted to online services, reducing or eliminating their print editions. Long-standing magazines have ceased publication. But as major papers and magazines scale back or disappear, how are Houston’s local community papers doing? Are they picking up the slack? Expanding? Surviving? On this edition of […]