Michael Cromartie created something—a web of people with a distinctive light infusing their work and relationships—that will persist long after his death.
Creative friction – unchaperoned and unprescribed – is Houston’s secret sauce.
In a city delineated by politics, status and race, the Monsignor Ray East finds a way to bridge the gaps out of a historic Catholic parish rooted in Washington, D.C.’s most marginalized neighborhood.
This excerpt was originally published in a sleeve that City Journal put out called “Lone Star Quartet,” a narrative on how some of the country’s fastest growing metros — Houston, Dallas, Austin and San Antonio — are powering the Texas economy. Continue Reading…