[New Book] "Oldest Houston" Available Now
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Read about the landmarks and businesses that have stood the test of time and give Houston its unique identity.

HOUSTON - Txylo -- READ ABOUT THE LANDMARKS AND BUSINESSES THAT HAVE STOOD THE TEST OF TIME AND GIVE HOUSTON ITS UNIQUE IDENTITY

ST. LOUIS, MO
—Reedy Press is pleased to announce the release of our newest local interest book, Oldest Houston, by Lydia Schrandt and Biju Sukumaran.

From the historic downtown Annunciation Church to the first Indian restaurant in the Mahatma Gandhi District, Oldest Houston examines the city through its historic neighborhoods, ethnic enclaves, buildings, and businesses. The tales of its oldest park, music hall, brewery, and BBQ joint reflect the changing face of The Bayou City, its character, and its cultural diversity.

Local journalists Lydia Schrandt and Biju Sukumaran guide you on a journey back in time through Space City. Eat chile con carne enchiladas and sip margaritas from an 80-year-old Tex-Mex restaurant. Walk in the musical footsteps of Willie Nelson and Beyonce at the nation's longest-running recording studio. Get fitted for bespoke cowboy boots from a sixth-generation leatherworker. Picnic in a park built to commemorate Juneteenth, or step inside an 1847 house beneath the gleaming skyscrapers of downtown.

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Whether you're new to Houston and looking for an entertaining introduction or a longtime resident digging deeper into your favorite haunts, Oldest Houston will help you look at the nation's fourth-largest city with new eyes.

Oldest Houston is available wherever books are sold. https://www.reedypress.com/shop/oldest-houston/

Book Details: Oldest Houston, by Lydia Schrandt and Biju Sukumaran, ISBN: 9781681063621, softcover, 6 x 9, 192 pages, $20.95

About the Author

Editor and photographer Lydia Schrandt has covered travel for USA TODAY 10Best and TripAdvisor and has served on the board of the SATW (Society of American Travel Writers). She's lived abroad in eight cities on three continents while visiting numerous more. Since moving back to the States, she spends her time exploring the hidden histories and stories of Houston, her adopted hometown.

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Freelance journalist and photographer Biju Sukumaran has covered overseas travel for, among others, National Geographic Traveler, Esquire, GQ, Vogue, Lonely Planet, and CNN. But after working and living abroad for a decade, he's become more fascinated with his native city, Houston, Texas. There he likes uncovering back streets and the fusion eats that make his hometown famous.

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