Wednesday, February 03, 2010

Houston Strategies meet-up this Friday

Several readers have been asking for an in-person meet-up for a while, so I've decided to schedule one to match one of Kuff's monthly lunches - that way attendees will get a two-for-one whether you want to discuss politics, urban strategies, or both. It'll be at the Amazon Grill on Kirby just north of Bissonnet, this Friday Feb 5th at 11:30am. Amazon offers order-at-the-counter lunch, and hopefully it won't be too hard to keep putting tables together as-needed to accommodate everybody who shows up. See ya there.


At 1:10 AM, February 06, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tory, would've love to meet you, just now getting the news.

Am one of those suggestees.

I'll send you and email,

Blessings and let's try again, maybe after work if that'd work for everyone.
Mike M.

At 8:57 AM, February 10, 2010, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, I heard you on NPR this morning. It's affirmation of what we already know: that Houston's downtown is becoming a more vibrant place for people and businesses.

Dallas? Not so much.

Thanks for bringing up the mobility angle. I think that this is such a simple thing that is often left out of these discussions, but which can make a HUGE difference. If mobility weren't an issue, we'd probably be seeing the construction boom in Uptown instead.

At 10:04 AM, February 10, 2010, Blogger Tory Gattis said...

Thanks. And thanks for the heads up. I would have missed it.

Despite Slowdown, Downtown Houston Still Building


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