Listings in Read about Houston in Houston
Where to read about Houston's creative scene. Some of these are published in Houston, and some are published about Houston.
News, trends and opportunities for Houston's minority population. Personality profiles, events coverage, business advice, political coverage as well as fashion, food and culture.
P.O. Box 14035
Capturing the trends and people who are helping Houston evolve. Unusually focused on travel/tourism opportunities. Dining, culture, shopping, and major events.
447 Heights Boulevard
Monthly tabloid with cultural news and commentary from artists and musicians living and working in Houston. Event listings. Founders of the highly successful Free Press Summer Festival, which brings leading musicians to Houston.
1533 Westheimer Road
Focused on the market for luxury goods but casting a wide net for all that's dynamic and exciting in Houston, covering arts and culture, dining, design and fashion. Celebrating the people who support excellence and growth in design and the arts.
3411 Richmond Avenue
Online city guide that covers Austin and Dallas, as well as Houston. Framed as a lifestyle guide, it covers a broad swath of news including fashion, dining, society, retail, real estate, entertainment, and cultural arts. National trends, celebrities.
5120 Woodway Dr Ste 7020
Alternative weekly that works to entertain and to unearth underlying truths about life in Houston. Guide to movies, art, dining and nightlife. Annual Best of Houston issue. MasterMind artist awards. Many concerts and parties sponsored.
2603 La Branch St
Dallas-headquartered publication that prints local editions for Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio. Distributed free, it covers visual and performing arts and their impact on local life. In-depth profiles of artists and writers.
381 Casa Linda Plaza, Ste 363
The Houston edition of Modern Luxury magazine covers fashion, style, design, cuisine, and entertainment. Included are profiles of major Houston opinion leaders, visiting celebrities, and designers who are putting their stamp on the city.
4306 Yoakum Blvd
Started in 1998 as 002Houston covering the downtown lifestyle, Local now helps Houstonians all over town keep up with events, entertainment, arts and culture, fashion, design and dining. Good guide to dining, nightlife and shopping.
1824 Spring Street
Houston's major daily reaches a million people every Sunday, making it one of the nation's top 5 newspapers. Also distributes a Spanish paper, La Voz, twice a week. Columnist Lisa Falkenberg won a Pulitzer Prize for commentary. Washington bureau.
4747 Southwest Freeway