Villa Borghese Highrise Plans Paused; Houston’s Top Running Routes

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  • Re. Popular running routes: I ran the Memorial loop many times while training for the Houston Marathon last year. A few times I saw a guy walking the path while dragging a 10-foot tall wooden cross. Except the cross had a wheel at the bottom, and I think that’s cheating.

  • I feel like if you are going to link to papers like Houston Business Journal you should have the whole article or not include. I resent being drawn to a page that is attempting to get me to subscribe to HBJ. It is getting very annoying and I am getting near the point of not visiting your site due to this kind of link. If I want to subscribe I would do so for a hard copy, not electronic.

  • @Wayne Sikes: Just ignore the links with ($) at the end.

  • Ditto on Memebag’s comment on how to avoid paywall frustration. Easy, peasy.
    That being said, I’m not wowed by the Houston Business Journal writing – it always seems like they are just phoning it in.

  • I would love to see Mr. Qui get his first Houston restaurant opened and running before adding a second one. The environment for high(er)-end concept joints is treacherous, to say the least, without mitigating personal issues. Also…and I get the basis of the name…but “Aqui” sort of screams cuisine that is Tex-Mex or Mexican. It seems unnecessarily confusing for the average eater–it’s misleading.
    All that being said, I’m looking forward to seeing Aqui open!