'Beautiful Lie,' out later this month, is the newest collaboration from the state's reigning couple of Americana.
Thousands of Houstonians turned out to get a last look at the Astrodome before its renovation.
Or perhaps a more fitting and respectful fate is to just let the structure crumble, to go the way of the ancient ruins.
That's a lot of Astro-dough.
They've built a scale model of it to show it off and everything.
The tiny future of the Astrodome.
A tiny Astrodome!
Fans of the Eighth Wonder of the World, rejoice—there's one less reason to destroy the beloved stadium.
It doesn't mean that they're not going to tear it down.
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Houston put a man on the moon and performed the first artificial heart transplant. So why can’t it save the Eighth Wonder of the World?
Voters may have decided that the Astrodome isn't worth saving, but The Architect's Newspaper has published four ideas for what to do with the space.
The news that Harris County voters turned down a proposal on Tuesday to remake the Astrodome into an exhibit and special events center makes me quite sad. In its heyday, the mid-sixties, the Astrodome was the symbol of Houston’s ascension to major-league status, not just as a venue for baseball,…
The one-time Eighth Wonder of the World may soon be a parking lot, but the "yard sale" held by Reliant Park officials brought a lot of nostalgia—and money—out of people who remember its heyday.
Inside the Eighth Wonder of the World—the largest shelter ever organized by the American Red Cross—faith, hope, and charity helped the survivors of Hurricane Katrina begin the process of rebuilding their lives.
Now that the Houston Astros have Randy Johnson, can they afford to sign him to a long-term contract? His first two starts in the Astrodome boosted attendance by 20,000 fans a night. At an average ticket price of $10, that means his economic impact was $200,000, plus an additional $30,000…
I was my own boss, set my own hours, and came and went as I pleased. I was a Houston cabbie, and though it was hack work—literally—it paid the bills.
Oilers owner Bud Adams is hightailing it to Nashville; Drayton McLane may move the Astros too—or sell. In Houston and across the country, rooting for the home team is quickly becoming a thing of the past.
Inside the cushy private boxes at Texas’ top sports stadiums, far from the madding crowd.