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Houston Needs a Mountain from Lysle Oliveros on Vimeo.

Rice architecture grad student Lysle Oliveros

Houstonians react to Jackson

Houstonians react to Michael Jackson

Montrose, Texas

Our favorite neighbor gets a documentary made about it, MONTROSE, TEXAS: THE TRANSFORMATION OF A NEIGHBORHOOD. Video produced by Sunset Productions in association with the Montrose Counseling Center.

IKE Baby Boom in Houston

9 months after Hurricane Ike, we get some good news from the storm – a 25% increase in number of births. Happy Father’s Day to all the new dads!

Houston DTV Transition Cutoffs 6/12/09

2 Billion dollars and 2 years in the planning. This is a great clip of Houston history!

On the Streets of Houston with the Homeless Jesus

Brandt Russo, the Homeless Jesus, is 24 and a native of southern Louisiana. He lives on the streets dumpster diving for food, feeding the homeless, and teaching local church people to do the same via his vegetable oil bus. In this interview, Brandt is serving the homeless of Houston. You can follow his journey at his MySpace page or WheresBrandt.com.

Houston Represented on Apartment Therapy -Vote Today

In lieu of a video, we are asking KHR fans to show us their support by voting for Adam

Critical Mass Houston Celebrates Leigh Boone

Critical Mass is a bicycling event typically held on the last Friday of every month. The ride was founded in 1992 with the idea of drawing attention to how unfriendly the city was to bicyclists. In fact, the purpose of Critical Mass is not formalized beyond the direct action of meeting at a set location and time and traveling as a group through city or town streets on bikes.

Plans for this month

RIP Dale Stewart

We are very saddened by the loss of our friend Dale Stewart. Please keep his family and friends in your thoughts.

EXTRA POST: Susan Boyle: Life Imitates Art

In one of the most amazing examples of life imitating art (see Little Voice), Susan Boyle shows the world her magical voice. Little Voice is a film about a shy girl from England who comes alive on stage through her gift of singing. In this case, Susan shows us how one great show really can change the world. She is the new Edith Pfiaf.

I try to only post videos with a Houston connection, but in light of today