Can Houston Turn Itself Around In Time For The Super Bowl?
"Southern hospitality has run smack into the grim realities of municipal mayhem... 'We used to say, 'If it's good for Boston, it's bad for Houston,' said Stephen Klineberg, a Rice University sociology professor who has overseen 22 annual Houston area surveys that gather information on residents' attitudes about everything from traffic to crime to the economy. 'Houston is no longer countercyclical. Now, it's locked into the global and national economies, and since 2000, unemployment is growing, deficits are increasing.' "
Thanks to Chris Steins