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The Blue (and Green!) Trees ARE BACK at Waugh and Memorial

If you’ve been an observant passerby around the Waugh and Memorial intersection, you might have noticed that the trunks of the crepe myrtle trees inside the cloverleaf have been painted blue! 300 more words

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Houston, It's Snowing!

This morning, the city of Houston woke up to a winter wonderland. In a very rare, freak weather occurrence, a legitimate blanket of snow covered much of the city. 87 more words

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The Inner-Inner Loop

Earlier this month, Downtown officials and partner organizations released a comprehensive plan for the continual revitalization of Houston’s urban core.  “Plan Downtown” provides a road map for improving the city center over the next twenty years and projects a bold vision for what Downtown could look like when the Bayou City celebrates its bicentennial on August 30, 2036. 757 more words


10 Things I Learned During the AIA Buffalo Bayou Architecture Tour

Learning more about Houston history has been on my to-do list for a while. We live in a fascinating modern town that is crisscrossed with reminders of our past that often go unnoticed. 576 more words

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YMI Volunteer Event Buffalo Bayou Clean-up - November 4th

The Buffalo Bayou cleanup event was postponed due to weather and has been rescheduled for November 4th.

Join your fellow Houston area Young Professionals in a volunteer event to clean and help restore Buffalo Bayou after Hurricane Harvey. 74 more words

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Architects in the Archives- Charles Tapley (1931-2015)

Houston waterways, including Buffalo Bayou, are a continuing topic of conversation in the city, especially in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. I immediately think of… 196 more words

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