My Montrose

Jan 24, 2013 By William Broyles

Forty years (and more) of the exuberant, eclectic neighborhood where I was born, grew as a writer, and found inspiration for the early pages of this magazine.

Sneak Peek: The Wanderer Goes To . . .

Sep 17, 2012 By Jordan Breal

For the October installment of the Wanderer, I spent three days exploring a Houston hood with a colorful history (a 1973 Texas Monthly article called it “the strangest neighborhood in Texas”) and a colorful array of shops, restaurants, and watering holes. Can…

Nan Hall Linke, Astrologer

Feb 1, 2008 By Texas Monthly

Born and raised in Houston, Linke is a third-generation Texan. She has been a professional astrologer since 1971. She also holds a master’s degree in behavioral science from the University of Houston– Clearlake and did her clinical training in marriage counseling and family therapy. The future represents the unknown, and…