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On the Road

Now in its fourth outing, the annual Lamborghini Festival held at CityCentre Plaza and continues to be the rendezvous point for Lamborghini owners and lovers of varying nationalities and ages. The Festival’s Facebook page announced that over 75 models both classic and modern from the famous Italian brand were on...

Everyone knows that Houston is an energy city — chemical plants and refineries pepper the Bay Area and Hwy. 225, Downtown holds corporate oil and gas offices and the Gulf has its rigs. After all, they don’t call us the “Energy Capital of the World” for nothing. But the secluded happenings at the Energy Research Park,...

As someone who moved here three years ago — knowing nothing about Houston or city-driving in general — I’ve learned that nothing will test your patience more than other drivers in Houston. But here’s an important piece of advice: getting angry won’t carry you to your destination any faster. Just relax and don’t let...

For The Beachbum: Matagorda Bay Driving Time: 1 hour 45 minutes We’ve got all the love for Galveston, but sometimes you just need to get a little farther from home. So grab your board shorts and head south to Matagorda Bay. North of the crowd-filled Corpus Christi and Port Aransas, Matagorda Bay touts serene beaches...

Living in Houston is fun and driving around can be even better. Of course, with a city as complex as our beloved, you might need to carry a few special items in your trunk as you go.  Don’t worry, these are everyday items in a metropolis like ours — you just might not think of them as travel-size. And, as always,...

I remember how it felt to be 16. If you’re anything like me in my mid-teens, you spent hours searching car lots and craigslist for anything that had a motor. You slaved for hours in a driver’s ed class, your head in the clouds at the thought of cruising solo — and then, of course, you got yanked back into reality by...