- Anadarko Petroleum Planning To Increase Woodlands Campus by 600K SF [Prime Property]
- 3rd Floor, Pub Fiction, Celtic Gardens and CRISP Owners Behind Beer Market Co. Opening in Texadelphia Strip-Center Spot on Studemont, South of Washington Ave [Culturemap]
- Brazos Bookstore’s 40 Years at the Center of Houston’s Literary Scene [Houstonia]
- Houston Churches Increasingly Establishing New Outposts in Suburban Commercial Buildings, Schools, Auditoriums [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- So Far Uber and Lyft Have Been Issued a Combined 11 Citations for Drivers Improperly Charging for Rides [The Highwayman]
- An Unofficial Guide to Riding Metro’s Buses and Light Rail [OffCite Blog]
- Inside Artist Bill Davenport’s 11th St. Storefront, Bill’s Junk [The Great God Pan Is Dead; previously on Swamplot]
Photo of bluebonnets at Mason Park: Leonid Notax via Swamplot Flickr Pool
I say good for Uber and Lyft. Keep doing what you’re doing. Breaking these dumb laws is a good expertise of civil disobedience.
*example (come on Gus. Get with user log ins and ability to edit :)
Uber and Lyft are both amazing. Any action by the city of Houston against those two companies should be called what it really is: protecting outdated, overpriced and unreliable cab companies.
That corner stip-center spot that Beer Market Co. is launching in seems to be jinxed. None of the restaurants and bars lasted a long time.