Shouldn't the article name be Houston? Even if there are more than one Houston, I'd think Houston, Texas would fall into the same category of Paris as the "most well-known". Unless anyone disagrees I'd like to move the article back. -- Wrh2 23:40, 24 Oct 2005 (EDT)
That is a great idea. Houston is massive and the other "Houstons" are quite small in comparison.
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The following links were removed from the main page because they do not follow the external link guidelines. However they may be useful reading when adding to the article itself. -- Ilkirk 20:10, 13 Nov 2005 (EST)
More links added and removed from the main page listed below.... -- Tom Holland (xltel) 12:35, 12 Feb 2006 (EST)
NoDo? Does anybody actually call it that? That's the warehouse district, right? I don't frequent that area too much, but I have never heard that term used by anybody. And I don't think that anybody actually calls the (Asian) Bellaire "New Chinatown." I think Two Rows deserves a mention in the local beers section. How about Shiner, though ? Is that close enough?
I removed the link for the bus charter service; I think that's outside the range of information for the typical travel guide. --Evan 17:32, 4 December 2006 (EST)
So I added a couple more bars. We're getting a good long list here, maybe more than should be in a section. But they all seem to lend their own personality to the city, and I can't think of any that should be cut. Should any, and if so, which? Jordanmills 22:08, 8 April 2007 (EDT)
I'm going ahead and giving a shot at districtifying the city. As Jordanmills pointed out last year, not every district may have a full load of stuff for every section, but the hotel listings and the see and do sections are already getting too much for a single page, and there are certainly a whole lot more restaurants that could be recommended if we break it up. For now, I went ahead with the districts more or less as they were laid out in the District section before, but I want to suggest that Katy and The Woodlands get their own separate articles, and that we combine Clear Lake with Friendswood to make a single article. Also I have flipflopped a lot on what to call the Med Center/Rice/Museum District article and would appreciate some input from locals. The Houston Chronicle seems to vaguely refer to it as "Inside the Loop" but I don't know exactly what areas that includes or if it is actually common parlance there. Please comment on my work so far. Texugo 02:09, 29 February 2008 (EST)