South Houston Local Business
Local business in South Houston, TX
Yesterday | via Houston Press
This unassuming little brown brick building on Leeland, just east of downtown, has been serving hearty Italian-American meals since 1975. Comment?
Monday | via Slackerwood
Filmmaker Magazine has released its 2014 edition of " 25 new Faces of Independent Film ." Comment?
Monday Jul 14 | via CultureMap
The pace of Houston's ramen invasion may have slowed a bit, but out-of-town noodle shops still have their eyes on bringing more tonkotsu to the city. Comment?
Monday Jul 14 | via Houston Press
It's not an original problem; the entire city of Houston shares it. Our streets are home to about one million stray animals , and BARC has neither the money nor the manpower to handle these staggering numbers. Comment?
Friday Jul 11 | via CultureMap
The numbers don't lie. When the monthly State Comptroller's Office report shows that a restaurant in a high-priced space is paying less than $1,000 per month in Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts taxes, it isn't long for this world. Comment?
Thursday Jul 10 | via Houston Chronicle
Reporter Katherine Whaley, shown at "Party in Pink" at the Hotel ZaZa in 2013, is leaving KHOU. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 8 | via Examiner.com
Article by Joe Sioufi : Houston Jazz scene is getting bigger & better, since its inception, in association with August Jazz Month Houston, the Houston International Jazz Festival has placed Houston in the spotlight as the site of the nations only Jazz Festival focusing on international Jazz musicians. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 8 | via Click2Houston
HE'S NOW CHARGES WITH ARSON. NEW TONIGHT AT 10:00, A LIGHTNING STRIKE LIKE THE ONE THAT FRANK BILLINGSLEY JUST SHOWED US CAUSED A FLASH FIRE AT A GS STATION IN SOUTH HOUSTON. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 8 | via CultureMap
In general, CultureMap readers had three reactions to the first edition of our new series Secrets of the TABC Reports that uses data from the monthly TABC Mixed Beverage Gross Receipts tax reports. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 8 | via WFAA-TV Dallas
Norm Frede has sold Chevrolets to generations of Houstonians, but his office is decorated with paintings and memorabilia reflecting his other passion: ranching. Comment?
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