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Flooding in the Woodland Heights

We’re fortunate to be high up, away from the bayou, and on a pier and beam foundation, so while last night’s strobe lightning-fueled storm did keep us awake and on edge, we’re dry this morning. 338 more words


#RUNHOUSTON: My Top 5 Running Trails

My once-dreaded running “necessity” has now turned into a cherished daily activity and productive avenue to explore my limits, my city, and my mind. The mental fortitude it takes to run several miles a day is often underestimated. 1,199 more words

Houston Family Selling House For $150

HOUSTON (CBS Houston)– A Houston Heights family is putting their house up for sale with an interesting price-tag: just $150. But wait, there’s a catch. 109 more words


$400,000 Heights Home for Sale for 200 Word Essay + $150

It’s pretty simple. You write an essay, pay a $150 entry fee, and this cute home that’s valued at $400,000 in the historic Houston Heights, could be yours. 119 more words


A Peak Into The Life of Dr. William Waters

Want to hear something impressive? Dr. Waters, a 7-year Camden resident, rides his bike over 8 miles a day to teach some of the brightest minds in the city at the University of Houston-Downtown. 586 more words


Wallpaper on the Heights Home Tour

I attended the Heights Home Tour yesterday, which showcased six homes. My favorite was a new home built in a traditional style – meaning, nice decorative woodwork, granite countertops, hardwood floors, tile in bathrooms, no mid-century modern looks (which were popular in many of the other homes). 177 more words

deep breath...and keep going

There is a maze of things that have to be waded through right now in order to launch myself to the starting line of leaving.  Frank and I have been ticking these things off one by one, and although the list does get smaller, it never once gets small.  699 more words