AG Antiques on West 19th Street in the Houston Heights is a large store that is air-conditioned with a wide variety of items for sale. It is a friendly environment for shoppers.
Learn about this odd, evolving art installation on Historic Route 66, including how it started, and where to find it.
San Antonio, Texas is a beautiful and historic old city. The River Walk in San Antonio is probably the most beautiful part of that city, and is easily one of the most beautiful places to visit in ANY American city.
The iconic towers of the Imperial Sugar Company are the backdrop for the large Sugar Land farmer's market held every Saturday year-round rain or shine.
Houston's West 11th Street Park is a 20-acre urban oasis for wildlife in a heavily forested area consisting of native trees and a lawn area. It's a birder's paradise.
The Houston Heights Neighborhood Library is aesthetically pleasing, was built in the 1920s, and is a part of the Houston Library System.
Market Square Park in downtown Houston has an interesting history. Once the site of government and commerce, it is now a beautiful park with many amenities.
The impressive and historical Link-Lee Mansion now serves as the executive offices of the University of St. Thomas in Houston. It started as a private home in 1912.
Bear Creek Park is a vast multiuse park in Harris County, TX. Amenities include trails, sports fields, picnic areas, playgrounds, etc. Flood update changes.
Archbishop Joseph Fiorenza Park has one of the few hills in Houston. It attracts many different kinds of birds in the surrounding water. Enjoy a playground, picnic areas, trails, and exercise equipment. Birders love this site!