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Houstonians on Stamps

On September 16,  2011,  the U.S. Postal Service honors the late United States Congresswoman Barbara Jordan with a stamp.  The first Southern black woman elected to the U.S. House of Representatives,  Barbara Jordan represented Houston’s 18th District for three terms,  from 1973 to 1979.  She was a champion of the disenfranchised,  and an advocate for […]

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Amnesia Houston posts on Twitter.  Follow @Houstorian for updates and Vintage Tweets (VT) from Houston’s pre-Twitter era. Share

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Lightnin’s Corner

On Saturday, November 13, 2010, the Texas Historical Commission installed a marker dedicated to local Blues legend Sam “Lightnin’” Hopkins on the southeast corner of Dowling and Francis Streets. Living in Houston’s Third Ward from the 1940s until his death in 1982, guitarist Hopkins was known worldwide as a master of Gulf Coast Blues. The […]

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Court Records Preservation Task Force

On November 16, 2009, the Supreme Court of Texas established the Texas Court Records Preservation Task Force to propose a strategy for preservation of the historical documents in all of Texas’ 254 county courthouses.  In addition to creation of the Task Force, their order calls for the collection and analysis of data on current status of historic court […]

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Where are Houston’s Protected Landmarks?

NEW FEATURE:  Did you know that Houston has nearly 80 PROTECTED LANDMARKS?  Since 2005, Houston City Council has been accepting owner-written applications for PROTECTED LANDMARK status.  Check out the new tab above, and the handy map locating these landmarks. Share

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Tower Theater Marquee – Going, Going…

Over the years, the Tower Theater at 1201 Westheimer has suffered many indignities.  Opened in 1936, the jazzy Art Deco structure has spent most of its life as a movie theater. Depending on your age, you may remember the Tower Theater differently. Until the late 1970s, Houstonians could see movies on its single screen.  David […]

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David Byrne in Houston

Here are some of rockstar David Byrne’s observations of Houston from a bike ride last month.  Even he confuses La Carafe as Houston’s Oldest Bar!  Next time he’s in town, let’s take him to Leon’s Lounge. http://journal.davidbyrne.com/2009/06/061809-houston-land-of-the-free.html Share

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River Oaks Theatre Saved?

If you’ve been following the story of the imminent demise of the River Oaks Theatre at the hands of greedy developers, then this may come as a shocker. Property owner Weingarten Realty has no plans demolish any additional portions of the historic River Oaks Shopping Center, including the River Oaks Theatre and famed speakeasy Marfreless. […]

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Friends, Do you feel like all of Houston’s cool places are disappearing? Doesn’t it feel like big-shot property owners don’t give a lick about Houston’s architectural treasures? Have you ever had that uniquely Houston experience of driving past new construction and wondering what used to be there? Do you even know the story of your […]

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