John Nova Lomax

Karankawa Descendants are Reclaiming Their Heritage After Being Written Off as Extinct

May 26, 2022 | By John Nova Lomax

Editor’s Note: Treasure Island

May 27, 2021 | By Emily Roberts Stone

While many beach towns across the country can become indistinguishable in our minds, there’s no place quite like Galveston.

Small-Town Business Spotlight: Snow’s BBQ in Lexington Keeps Busy Shipping Briskets

July 7, 2020 | By John Nova Lomax

Career interests took my dad, John Lomax III, from his native Houston to Music City, USA, almost 50 years ago.

My Favorite Texas Trip: The Time I Got Pulled Over at Gunpoint on I-10 Outside of Sealy

May 20, 2020 | By John Nova Lomax

“How had it come to this? What had I done?”
These were the thoughts flashing through my mind as I found myself on the shoulder of Interstate 10 outside of Sealy one summer day in 2005, on my knees, hands clasped behind my head, staring up at the barrels of not one but two guns.

Take an Expert-Guided Tour of Galveston Architectural Treasures (Minus the Walking) During the Online Historic Homes Tour

May 7, 2020 | By John Nova Lomax

For more than 80 years, the William and Mary Margaret Moody III House has been hiding in plain sight on Galveston’s Avenue T—a surprise considering the 1938 home fills almost an entire block in a city known for its obsession with historical architecture.

With Texans Staying Home, A Rare Sight Comes to the Houston Area: Empty City Roads

April 27, 2020 | By John Nova Lomax

Under ordinary circumstances, it takes forever to get anywhere in Houston that isn’t just more Houston.

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