Wednesday, February 8, 2017

From the Houston Chronicle: The Super Bowl's gone. Now can Houston do its job? This city is good at flashy stuff—and not so good at keeping up its neighborhoods

The day to day activities involved in running are city are boring in comparison to huge sporting events.

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Houston is remarkably good at the decorative-soap stuff, the spectacles that bring in the punters and garner national attention. We’re good at All Star games and Super Bowls and Republican National Conventions. We’re good at Discovery Greens and rodeos. Being respectful enough to maintain the appearance of a humble, aging neighborhood on the far edge of town? Not so much.

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