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Astrodome Q&A

We recently had the opportunity to speak with Beth Wiedower, senior field officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Houston Field Office.  The NTHP has sought to encourage Houston and Harris County to protect its signature landmark the Astrodome through advocacy and education.   Houstorian: Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought the Astrodome […]

Top 10 Houston Sports Moments

Written by Andrew Curry If there’s one thing Houston sports fans can agree on, it’s that Jeff Kent really was kind of an asshole. If there’s a second thing they can agree on, it’s that fate has not always been kind to the city, its teams, or (especially) its fans. Year after year, season after […]

Why Save the Astrodome?

We all know the story.  We’ve all heard about how a scrappy, ambitious, second-rate city without a professional sports team dreamt up a crazy plan to play baseball indoors, then lured a new, major-league team to town.  Dreamers like County Judge Roy Hofheinz and Bob Smith knew that playing any sport in Houston can be […]

Defenders, Not Defensive

Yes, Houston is worth it. Yes, I’m not moving to Austin. Yes, it’s OK to love Houston. And yes, I’m done being defensive about Houston. As proud Houstonians, we’re all enjoying the latest round of good national and international press that’s come our way — notice how I didn’t say “long overdue?”  I never tire […]

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Astrodome Q&A

We recently had the opportunity to speak with Beth Wiedower, senior field officer of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s Houston Field Office.  The NTHP has sought to encourage Houston and Harris County to protect its signature landmark the Astrodome through advocacy and education.   Houstorian: Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought the Astrodome […]

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Top 10 Houston Sports Moments

Written by Andrew Curry If there’s one thing Houston sports fans can agree on, it’s that Jeff Kent really was kind of an asshole. If there’s a second thing they can agree on, it’s that fate has not always been kind to the city, its teams, or (especially) its fans. Year after year, season after […]

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Why Save the Astrodome?

We all know the story.  We’ve all heard about how a scrappy, ambitious, second-rate city without a professional sports team dreamt up a crazy plan to play baseball indoors, then lured a new, major-league team to town.  Dreamers like County Judge Roy Hofheinz and Bob Smith knew that playing any sport in Houston can be […]

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Defenders, Not Defensive

Yes, Houston is worth it. Yes, I’m not moving to Austin. Yes, it’s OK to love Houston. And yes, I’m done being defensive about Houston. As proud Houstonians, we’re all enjoying the latest round of good national and international press that’s come our way — notice how I didn’t say “long overdue?”  I never tire […]

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Is that Landmark Protected?

Confused by the markers on Houston’s landmarks?  More importantly, do these bronze plaques protect any historic property from the wrecking ball?  You might be surprised. National Register of Historic Places The National Registration of Historic Places is a list of sites, districts, buildings, structures and objects of national, regional or local significance.  Run by the […]

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Houston’s Dirtiest-Sounding Street Names

Here at Houstorian, we are committed to telling the story of Houston — its people, events, neighborhoods, and landmarks.  And in such a large city as Houston, there are countless stories to tell.  But just because we are serious about telling these stories doesn’t mean that all the stories are serious.  With that I mind, […]

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What Was There?

We’ve all wondered it.  Maybe even more so here in Amnesia City.  Now, there’s a new way to combat amnesia – The What Was There Project.  www.whatwasthere.com This new, online service allows users to upload old photos of buildings and places, and then overlap them with a current photo of the same site – taken […]

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This Is Our Home, It Is Not For Sale

This Is Our Home, It Is Not For Sale will be screened at Houston Public Library at 500 McKinney on Saturday, February 4, 2012 at Noon.  Filmmaker Jon Schwartz will be in attendance for audience questions afterwards. This Is Our Home, It Is Not For Sale tells the history of Houston’s Riverside Terrace neighborhood, from […]

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