Just a few weeks after giving birth to our daughter, my wife was sitting in the baby’s room and saw mushrooms sprouting from the ground. Like, literal mushrooms. An interior […]
A couple of weeks ago I made a shirt for Montrose that I had been dreaming of for a few months. It was based on my high school’s P.E. shirt […]
Juan Carlos is a Montrose staple. Every weeknight during rush hour, he rollerblades around the intersection of Allen Parkway and Montrose with a truly dazzling repertoire of moves and great […]
I am incredibly excited to announce that Candylicious and I have teamed up to find the best Jack-o’-Lantern in Houston for 2013. Full details can be found here!
If you were unable to make the open house on 10/20, you may now schedule showings for this beautiful 3br/2.5ba home in Montrose. Built by Tricon in 2004, features include […]
Here are some brief scenes from the first day of art installation at The Esplanade on Navigation Boulevard I assembled. Nina Schenke, President of Greater East End District, gives an […]
Earlier this week, the New York Times reported on the low social mobility of Americans: that is, if you’re born poor you most likely stay poor. This finding is at once […]