Threadgill Street Wins Holiday Block Contest

Drew Harris Front Porch Flyer

Each year, the Front Porch Flyer recognizes the Mueller neighborhood block with the most holiday spirit. This is a block competition, not based on individual houses. The contest encourages neighbors to work together to bring the biggest, brightest holiday cheer, for the joy of the entire Mueller neighborhood. While this year several blocks in the neighborhood put on impressive lighting …

Winter 2016 Message from MNA Chair

Nhat Ho Front Porch Flyer

Neighbors and friends: What a year 2016 was. As I reflected on my biggest goal as Chair, to ensure the low barrier to participate in the MNA, I am proud that we have taken several positive steps forward. At the same time, am humbled that there is still much more to do.  As Mueller becomes exponentially more attractive, there will …

AISD Focuses on Mueller School Site

Dusty Harshman Front Porch Flyer

In 2014, the Front Porch Flyer reflected on the delicate dance around the Mueller school site, “The Mueller redevelopment is a large, complex public-private project. As such, any public institution, like a school, must be considered in its social context as well. While Mueller’s six guiding principles may be well understood, to put it succinctly… what is good for Mueller …

The Front Porch Flyer Evolves: Digital Storytelling Here We Come!

Dusty Harshman, Elizabeth Brummett, and Drew Harris Front Porch Flyer

Over the last eight years, the Front Porch Flyer has delivered over 35,000 issues of Mueller’s evolving story straight to the doorsteps of our neighbors. Approximately 200 articles have been shared by over 40 authors on the Front Porch Flyer staff, aided by another 50 neighbors that have delivered the FPF. We have had four editors, five layout editors, and …