The age that girls hit puberty has dropped to third grade. Girls need access to books like Judy Blume’s, which was banned in Katy ISD elementary schools.
Most political polls zoom in on issues that are deemed critical for likely voters. But that leaves out the desires and needs of many Houstonians.
For years, columnist Maggie Gordon has heard the stereotypes about Galveston beach being dirty and crowded. None of that felt true during her visit.
Something didn’t sit right with me when, earlier this summer, Harris County Precinct 3 Commissioner Thomas S. Ramsey issued a pre-written statement to explain his reasons for asserting during a public meeting that members of Houston’s LGBTQIA+ community “deal with the grooming of children.” Obviously, there’s the fact that these views are demonstrably false. And […]
The Houston Landing obtained hundreds of pages of documents, which illuminate a ‘hostile work environment’ within the city’s public library system.
In her new book, “Down Came the Rain,” Houston author Jennifer Mathieu dives into Gen Z’s climate activism. But she warns: They can’t save us.
We requested the emails Lina Hidalgo received after she announced a leave of absence to treat her clinical depression. Here’s what they showed.
Columnist Maggie Gordon joins Third Ward neighbors, parkgoers and advocates for a walk to see the Columbia Tap Trail’s challenges and opportunities
The city of Houston’s Parks and Recreation Department is legally able to hire 15-year-olds to serve as lifeguards — a move that could erase racial and wealth disparities in access to pools first brought to the city’s attention by the Houston Landing last month. They’re just not willing to. Last week, I reported that households […]
How Houston ISD Superintendent Mike Miles told Houston Landing Columnist Maggie Gordon he defines student success and his unfolding plans do not jibe