Houston music scene: hit machine years

Hound Dog and the Bronze Peacock By Alex Wukman Fifty and Sixty years ago, when places like Old Spanish Trail and the Heights were considered suburban, Houston wasn’t known as a bad place to play or a city musicians had to get away from to get recognized. In the 1940s and 1950s Houston was known … Continue reading

Bombing on the bayou: Riverside Terrace and Jack Caesar

By Alex Wukman To find one of the more interesting stories of Houston’s often forgotten history all you have to do is drive south on 288 to MacGregor and visit a neighborhood called Riverside Terrace.The area feels more New Orleans than Houston; large Mid Century Modern mansions sit along looping streets that follow the contours … Continue reading