Face of the City: The Heights

There are lots of interesting things to look at in this quirky part of Houston.

This National Geographic article has a few tidbits:

…Houston Heights now flourishes as a destination for foodies, architecture buffs, and creative types (the neighborhood is said to be home to the highest concentration of professional artists in the state).

And also:

The Heights passed its own Prohibition in 1912, and a large section of it remains dry…

For this post I used the help of the Flickr community. Thank you Daniel Pagan, FriendofLight, The Loop Scoop, meltedplastic, mockbird and allison_b216 for letting me use your photos here! There are lots of great photos after the jump!

Photo by FriendofLight on Flickr


Photos by Daniel Pagan on Flickr

Antidote Coffee

Heights, Houston, TX

Jesus… with Mary


Photos by The Loop Scoop on Flickr


Outdoors at Pie in the Sky

Outside Pie in the Sky

Photos by meltedplastic on Flickr

Olivewood Cemtery at night.

Olivewood Cemtery at night.

Olivewood Cemtery at night.

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Photos by mockbird on Flickr








Photos by allison_b216 on Flickr

heights theater

market place


By Nurit Shell
Published January 18, 2011
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