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Region Editor — Houston Chronicle
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Fifth-generation Houstonian. Proud Houston Heights resident, Houston Chronicle regional editor and blogger and Houston sports fan.

Rehashing 'Doctor Who': 'Hello, Sweetie'

Rehashing 'Doctor Who': 'Every story I ever told really happened'

Four events turn the Heights into Holiday Central — The first two weekends in December are easily among the best two weekends every year in the Greater Heights. And 2015 looks to be even better than normal. From small artisan showcases to special gallery showings, there are always more events going on around here than you can shake a medium-sized Festivus pole at.

Recapping Doctor Who: 'There's a life summed up'

Woodland Park group issues a reminder for Thanksgiving — The Friends of Woodland Park posted this video on their Facebook page. Seems like a wonderful Thanksgiving message. Happy day everyone. Posted by Friends of Woodland Park on Tuesday, November 24, 2015 Follow Home in the Heights on Twitter at, Facebook at or e-mail

Rehashing 'Doctor Who': 'This is as brave as I know how to be' — After the first one-off episode of the year last week, the three-story arc of the "Doctor Who" Season 9 finale began this weekend with "Face the Raven." And if the next two keep the intensity and breadth of themes going, we are in for an experience unlike anything seen before in the show's 52-year history.

Recapping 'Doctor Who': Attack of the eye-booger monsters — In "Sleep No More," the Doctor and Clara flee blobby monsters - and withstand one of the universe's great earworms, the Chordettes' "Mr. Sandman."
Nov 17, 2015

Recapping #DoctorWho "Sleep No More": Fear, ear worms & the last time you'll rub your eyes… via @HoustonChron

Recapping 'Doctor Who': 'You call this a war?' — To continue reading this story, you will need to be a digital subscriber to By logging in, you agree to the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy. Get your All Digital Pass to Houston insider news and analysis

Recapping 'Doctor Who': 'Makes one wonder what the question is'

Big three events highlight Halloween in the Heights — Halloween is always a special time in the Heights, but it was not always so. When I first moved to the neighborhood in 1988, the holiday was a somewhat tame affair. Halloween meant that the old bungalow homes were more often than not compared to haunted houses than seen as trick or treat targets.
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