Places generally along the South Freeway (I-45), and south of the Ship Channel, including Clear Lake, Deer Park, Freindswood, the Hobby Area, League City, Pasadena, Santa Fe, South Houston, and Texas City.
That poor little Four Seasons just looks sad in this picture. The poor short thing. This building should go over and give it the hug its giving the Embassy Suits right now. Tell it that its okay to be mediocre.
There was a Metro community meeting on this last week.
That center median with cutouts to allow pedestrians and bicycles to cross but not cars that was talked about for intersection of Stanford and Westheimer in Lower Westheimer improvements.....
I guess, if I heard it right- that configuration will be used on all intersections along Richmond in Montrose that don't have traffic lights for the new Metro system.
is that right?
I've included a picture of a similar set up on Alabama in third ward.
As a retired radio news broadcaster, I can testify to how hard it is for radio people who leave broadcasting to become and independent consultant or some-such. Consulting is contract work, which means you make money only when you have clients. Consulting income is sporadic.
Full-time broadcasting, on the other hand, is salaried. Paychecks come around on a regular weekly or monthly schedule. I'm guessing Amanda wasn't making a good living in consulting, so she fled back to the security of broadcasting. That happens to a lot of people. It happened to me a few times. I learned I couldn't make a living doing anything but broadcasting. And I liked getting a regular paycheck.