My wife, D’Arcy, had her birthday dinner at Bombay Sweets Restaurant in the Little India District of Houston in 2010. While driving down Hillcroft Avenue, we noticed new toppers adorning the neighborhood street signs proclaiming, “Mahatma Gandhi District,” complete with a small engraving of the revered Indian leader. “Wait—when did that get there? Is this […]
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A Thirty Year Journey – But Not Over
By Houston History Magazine on March 26, 2015 in Education, Energy and Environment, Houstonians, University of Houston
As the Center for Public History celebrates thirty years at the University of Houston, director Marty Melosi looks back at the journy.