South Houston Local Business
Thursday May 21 | via Houston Chronicle
Go Tejano Day on March 15 saw 75,357 rodeo fans make their way into NRG Stadium to see La Arrolladora Banda El LimA3n and La Maquinaria NorteA a perform on the big revolving stage inside. The World's Championship Bar-B-Que Contest hosted 232,380 people over three days in late February. Comment?
Sunday May 17 | via CultureMap
Midtown bar Mongoose versus Cobra was just one of the nominees for Bar of the Year at the CultureMap Tastemaker Awards 2015. Editor's note: Another week come and gone, so we've rounded up the five most popular stories on CultureMap from this past week: 1. Houston's Best Restaurants: These 7 eateries lead city's dining scene to greatness . Comment?
Wednesday May 13 | via Click2Houston
MUSLIMS AND IT ENDED IN THE ETHOF TWO SUSPECTED TERRORISTS. CHANNEL 2 INVESTIGATES FOUND OUT THEY HAVE A LOYAL FOLLOWING IN HOUSTON. Comment?
Tuesday May 12 | via CultureMap
The final category reveal in the CultureMap Houston Tastemaker Awards 2015 is the most prestigious of all: Restaurant of the Year. As selected by our panel of industry insiders , these are the seven establishments that are leading Houston's culinary movement. Comment?
Friday May 8 | via Houston Chronicle
Texas is big. Houston, sprawling. But the Houston First Corp. seems to think they need to squeeze our city into the narrow definition of a tourist-friendly town . Comment?
Wednesday May 6 | via CultureMap
When it comes to service, certain stock phrases indicate that a restaurant may be going through the motions or, even worse, indifferent to the satisfaction of their patrons. First of all, dining should never be "work," even if a few people are lucky enough to be able to make a living by dining out and sharing their experiences. Comment?
Tuesday May 5 | via Houston Press
A Houston chef did not win a James Beard: Best Chef Southwest award last night. If we had to lose, though, at least we lost to someone that many Houstonians respect. Comment?
Monday May 4 | via CultureMap
For many Houstonians, after AstroWorld closed its doors in 2005 it seemed that a piece of Houston was gone forever. But with the magic of Kickstarter, there could be a way to relive the past. Comment?
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