Leave it to Houston, with our penchant for all things real-estate-related, to have the nation’s first theme park focusing on home building and interior design.
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A mystical path: As a tool for meditation, walking the labyrinth calms and focuses the mind.
It seems like only yesterday that Houston Realtors were lamenting the slow-down in the real-estate market and an end to the seller’s market.
Galveston joins the ranks of other destination cities like New York City, Boston, and Seattle with its own restaurant week—the first-ever Galveston.com & Company Galveston Restaurant Week, January 15–21, 2012. The popular concept is a fun way to tempt visitors to plan a getaway at a time when the tourist crowds have usually thinned out.
Taking over as the new executive director of the Houston League of Women Voters, 31-year-old Christina Gorczynski uses her experience from the Houston GLBT Caucus
When Connie Moore and Debbie Hunt bought their home in Galveston’s historic Silk Stocking District in 1996, Realtor David Bowers predicted they’d be living on the island full-time within five years.
Architect and University of Houston associate professor John Zemanek is building a new home in the neighborhood he’s lived in for over 50 years. Downsizing from his landmark Montrose home on the corner of Van Buren and Peden. The design of the new home sports state-of-the-art energy-efficient features.
On a cold February Friday, Jenifer Rene Pool greeted friends, media, and supporters who had gathered at the One’s a Meal restaurant near Montrose Boulevard. Everyone attending already knew what she was about to announce…