- As Many As 4,000 Properties That Severely Damaged by Ike Yet To Be Repaired [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- Galveston’s Infrastructure Projects Coming Along Slowly Post-Ike [Galveston County Daily News ($)]
- Eight of the Country’s 20 Largest Master-Planned Communities in Houston Area, Finds Metrostudy [Houston Chronicle ($)]
- Garden Oaks, Braeswood Place, Timbergrove/Lazybrook Hottest Residential Markets in Houston [abc13]
- Some Form of Drought Plagues 87 percent of Texas [Click2Houston]
- TxDOT Destroys Detention Pond, Animal Habitat in West Houston [KHOU]
- Art Installations Planned for Hermann Park Next Year To Mark Centennial [Houston Chronicle]
- Arts Scene Helping Houston Get Past ‘Inferiority Complex’ [KUHF]
- Playwright Focuses on Hurricane Ike in New Series of Plays [Houston Chronicle]
- Poll Results Show Where Houston’s Artists Live [The Great God Pan Is Dead]
Photo of Galveston: Jackson Myers via Swamplot Flickr Pool
“TxDOT told KHOU it’s not the agency’s responsibility to save the animals”
That’s cold blooded.
the art scene in Houston would be much better off if short-sighted organizations didn’t import people that just want to change Houston into an also-ran New York or L.A. I’m looking at you Gary Tinterow. The man has no faith in Houston, just listen to him speak at the MFAH. Why is he a museum director here, he clearly doesn’t care for this city.
Could you please elaborate on this? Some of us are so busy making art that we can’t always get to hear Gary Tinterow speak at MFAH.
I believe that he is originally from Houston.
I got into a fight with an artist last night…
Tinterow grew up in Houston and attended Bellaire High School. I would like to know why you think he doesn’t care for the city Mother Hydra. What specifically did he say?