Two weeks ago, our newspaper made a decision that pleased the pastries out of some folks and angered others enough that they demanded they never see another copy of The Leader.
In less than four months, you and I will elect a new mayor of Houston, and if you’re like 85 percent of your neighbors, you just mumbled, “Who cares?”
Ever wonder what makes a job like this exciting every once in a while? Get a raging group of readers together and have them threaten to remove a public official.
This week, I did a little reading about Father’s Day, because that’s what we’re supposed to celebrate this weekend, and if we’re celebrating something, I don’t want to miss the party.
Every once in a while, though, you run across people like Alvin Wright, and you want the world (or at least our corner of Houston) to know about him.
Once every few months, I enjoy revisiting the travails of parenthood, mainly because asking questions serves as a wonderful form of therapy.
Over the next couple of weeks, you’re going to see a new marketing program for a website called LeaderSearcher.com, and I thought I’d do the honor of telling you a little about it.
It doesn’t matter if you’re shopping, having lunch with a business associate or driving down your street staring at all the “For Sale” signs suddenly appearing. No matter who you are, my guess is you’re concerned about Houston’s economy.
As most of our readers know, my wife and I are diligently (and sometimes humorously) trying to raise a son. Maybe it’s that circle of life thing. Maybe it’s maturity. Or maybe it’s just God’s way of reminding us that mothers are more valuable than any CEO; more graceful than any counselor.
Who would have ever thunk it. Right here, on the outskirts of the Heights – known for its eats, arts and bungalows – terrorists from ISIS are opening a training center under the auspices of education. Sounds like a bad joke from a bad writer, huh? Not if you read the comments from a rather […]