Top Web Stories of ’19
In case you missed ’em, these were the three most widely read stories of the year at CityBook online! By Evan W. Black
As the year — and the decade! — comes to a close, it’s time to revisit a few of 2019’s most widely read stories on HoustonCityBook.com.
The most clicked-on story of the year? Our second annual Leaders & Legends portrait series, which also appeared in print. This year’s feature included then-newly-elected congressman Dan Crenshaw, Grammy-winning gospel great Yolanda Adams, and other local luminaries.
Chris Becker’s preview of the MFAH’s landmark Van Gogh exhibit in the spring — which included an interview with longtime curator David Bomford, one of his last he gave before retiring in March — ranked second, and also ran in our March issue.
Rounding out the top three was a fun and flavor-packed list of must-try dishes during August’s Houston Restaurant Weeks extravaganza, put together by celebrated local chef and food writer Kate McLean.
The new year will surely bring more delicious news and fascinating features, both in print and online. Stay tuned!
AT TOP: Lucinda Loya from the second annual Leaders & Legends Portrait series