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Houston19514 last won the day on January 7 2022

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  1. I imagine that stretch will probably be both TX-146 and TX-99
  2. I get the downside of streets full of driveways (although the negative impact on pedestrians could be at least party ameliorated by enforcing the law that bans blocking sidewalks). Just recognize that every additional regulation such as this adds to housing costs.
  3. FWIW, they appear to be taking restaurant reservations well into late October (I checked for October 20, to be specific).
  4. The batter's eye paint is interesting, but I'm pretty sure the building permits referenced up-thread are not related to this new paint.
  5. Yeah, and that article talked about as much about the other cities as it did about Houston. Interesting that the Chron article says the four cities are working together. The recent DMN article makes it sound like it's Houston vs AUS/DAL/SAT
  6. ROFL Riiiiiggghhttt First you told us Live Nation "drilled this stuff into [your] head". Now it magically becomes Isaac Tigret who told you . . . Isaac Tigret has not been CEO of HoB since 1997 and he left HoB entirely in 1998, long before anyone from Live Nation (let alone Isaac Tigret himself) was telling stories to HoB Houston employees. (The Houston HoB opened in 2008.)
  7. Someone may have told you that take, but that doesn’t make it true. The founder’s stated mission was the preservation of blues music and they opened as a restaurant and live music venue. Here’s a story about their grand opening. https://www.thecrimson.com/article/1992/12/10/the-house-of-blues-pbmbonday-november/
  8. To be clear, the first House of Blues was a concert hall and restaurant.
  9. FWIW, Metro is also engaged in a large bus-stop improvement project, including hundreds upon hundreds of new shelters. (And, per this Chronicle article, before these new shelters, about 63% of Metro bus stops were without shelters.) https://www.houstonchronicle.com/news/houston-texas/transportation/article/metro-fan-bus-shelter-solar-power-18298783.php
  10. I think it's still there. Zoom in and you can see what are probably the jets or inlets where the water comes in to the feature. The layout is pretty much as was shown in the renderings.
  11. It is still the headquarters of Southwestern Energy. IF there was a building name-change (and I'm not at all sure there was a name-change), it probably occurred when Southwestern Energy down-sized their space usage and it became a multi-tenant building (in 2020).
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