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Final Four Parking and Transportation in Houston

March Madness culminates in Houston this weekend as the city hosts the Final Four and national championship game. Festivities include a massive free music festival downtown, a star-studded fan festival at the convention center, and not-to-be-missed events at Houston restaurants and attractions. We put together a definitive guide to getting around town during this epic weekend. For more ideas of things to do around Final Four weekend, check out our NCAA page. Getting There MetroRail/Bus Houston…

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Houston's Best Children's Boutiques

When it comes to finding the perfect outfit or gift for the pint-sized person in your life, H-Town has plenty to offer in the way of chic boutiques and well-edited consignment stores. Wondering where to look for that heirloom-worthy christening gown, on-trend crib or game day outfit? Houston’s top children’s shops have you covered. Nestled in trendy Uptown Park, Mint Baby is a one-stop shop for H-Town’s smallest trendsetters. The shop stocks more than 200 luxury brands such as Fendi, Young…

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Kendrick Lamar, Twenty One Pilots, and more added to March Madness Music Festival

March Madness reaches Houston not only with championship basketball but a fan fest and free music festival. The March Madness Music Festival recently announced a full line up of free concerts. Kendrick Lamar, Twenty One Pilots, Lukas Graham and Aloe Blacc were added to an already full roster of music superstars. The free festival takes place downtown at Discovery Green from April 1-3. For a list of ways to get around downtown or where to park see our Final Four parking/transit page (includes…

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Best Things to Do with Toddlers and Babies in Houston

Being a new parent can be daunting, to say the least. HoustonNewMoms.com is a free online catalog of resources available in Houston, and was created to make parenting in Houston a little easier. Many moms look forward to the days of taking their little ones to T-ball practice or teaching them how to finger paint, but you don’t need to wait until your baby is walking and talking to have fun together! Houston New Moms is the only website dedicated to helping those with babies and toddlers get out…

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Downtown Becomes a Painters Canvas in Art Blocks Installation

Downtown Houston received an art-inspired makeover this spring. The Art Blocks project features four temporary art installations that splash color on Main Street’s central three-block stretch. The colorful public artwork scales building exteriors and light posts, overtaking sidewalks and roadways. Part of a larger capital improvement road project, Art Blocks will be on view from late February 2016 to March 2017 with future installations possible. Houston’s streets and buildings display the work…

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Burke Baker Planetarium’s Re-Opening out of This World

Only astronauts will have a better seat to majestic views of distant galaxies, neighboring planets and more. The Burke Baker Planetarium and Friedkin Theater will re-open Friday, March 11 with a top-of-the-line digital laser projection system never before seen on Earth. The “world’s best” moniker rests on the system’s ability to deliver more than 50 million unique pixels at a level of resolution and contrast unmatched by any theater of its kind. Images this clear, for example, allow guests to…

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Deadmau5 and Modest Mouse to Headline Free Press Summer Fest ’16 

Houston’s biggest music festival is set to kick off this summer with some of the biggest names in music. The eighth annual Free Press Summer Fest (FPSF) will take over Eleanor Tinsley Park on the banks of the Buffalo Bayou June 4-5, 2016. The festival typically showcases some of the most revered indie-rock, EDM, and hip-hop music artists. This year’s headliners are deadmau5, Modest Mouse, The National, Against Me!, Borns, X Ambassadors, Refused, Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros, Violent…

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