- Rice University To Build New Center for the Arts with Help from $20M Moody Foundation Award [Houston Business Journal]
- Sprouts Openings Set for April in Spring Cypress Village, July in Copperfield [Houston Chronicle; previously on Swamplot]
- Michael Jordan Renting Houston’s Museum of Fine Arts for His 50th Birthday Party During NBA All-Star Weekend [CultureMap; previously on Swamplot]
- Wells Fargo Plaza’s Gigantic Blow-Up Basketball, Hoop Tribute to the NBA All-Star Game [CultureMap]
- Swimming at Bolivar’s Beaches Discouraged After High Bacteria Levels Reported Off Peninsula [Houston Chronicle]
- Resolution To Kill League City Plan To Add Medians to FM 518 Tabled [Galveston County Daily News ($)]
- Rodeo Parade Starting Point, Route Changed Due To Issue with Under-Construction Metro Rail [abc13]
- Sugar Land Turns Down $500K Offer From Dating Website To Rename City SugarDaddie.com [Houston Business Journal]
Photo of Wells Fargo Plaza: emporio86
So MJ can do a 50th b-day bash for somewheres just above $100k in Houston while VY takes a loan of $300k (allegedly) to get his 28th b-day part off the ground? Sounds like someone has his priorities way out of whack.
SugarDaddy.com? ridiculous name for a city.
SugarDaddy.com Land, now there’s a city I would hang my hat upon!
Sugardaddy.com free advertising accomplished via story.
There must be a poor town somewhere with “sugar” in their name that would take up this offer, but probably for them even it should be at least a few million dollars.
Sugar Land is not a poor town though.
Sigh. Leebron kills some more green space for yet another building. He can’t be gone soon enough.
My understanding is that the new building is going where the tennis courts next to Autrey court. (Presumably taking part of Parking Lot H with it.) So that suggests that little green space will be eradicated. (Of course, if they decide to build a new tennis stadium elsewhere on campus, it may be at the expense of green space.)