Three tragic events continue to impact public servants today.

Wednesday, 25 October 2017 15:56

Bayou City BOO: Some of Houston’s spookiest haunts

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Whether you laugh in the face of fear or scare easily, these tales of haunted downtown buildings will make for a fun Halloween season read.

Emancipation Park, Houston’s oldest public park, received a $33.6 million makeover just in time for Juneteenth celebrations.

From a WWI training camp to a commercial spaceport, Ellington Airport celebrates its contributions to aviation history.

Wednesday, 29 March 2017 14:30

Documenting the past

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Culture and traditions take root at African American Library.

As one of the largest municipal parks systems in the country, Houston Parks and Recreation Department looks back on 100 years of growth and greenspace.

The Fifth Ward's 75-year-old DeLuxe Theater finds new purpose as a community, education, event and performance space.

The Allen brothers founded Houston when they discovered the green, leafy banks of Buffalo Bayou. Nearly 180 years later, Houstonians are rediscovering the very origins of their city, thanks to a massive Buffalo Bayou Park makeover.

Tuesday, 09 July 2013 14:44

Clayton home relevant as a portal to the past

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Research center helps families uncover their historical roots