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Father's Day in Houston

Dad has been looking forward to Father’s Day all year long. Instead of a tie or handkerchief, how about a great father-son or father-daughter experience instead? Houston has a playground of activities on deck for Sunday, June 16, that’ll help create memories to last a lifetime. View this post on Instagram A post shared by 3rd i Visuals 🎞 (@3rd_i_perspective) on May 15, 2019 at 11:17am PDT Museums Galore There are plenty of restaurants around…

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6 Houston Museums You May Not Know About

Houston is well-known for its Museum District -- home to 19 cultural institutions within walking distance. However, these are just a few of the many diverse museums the city has to offer. Here are seven museums in Houston you may not know about. National Museum of Funeral History A museum that pays homage to everyone’s eventual fate – that’s the idea behind the National Museum of Funeral History. Located north of downtown, just past Beltway 8, this museum offers exhibits on coffins, hearses…

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A Memorial Day to Remember

This Memorial Day, we hope you’ll find time to honor the men and women who have given their lives while serving our country. As with most holidays, Houstonians are great at celebrating and enjoying the day off. Further, as the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day is usually filled with good bar-b-que, finding the nearest body of water and enjoying the sun. In and around Houston, there will be plenty of opportunities to celebrate. Whether you’re visiting Houston for a long weekend or enjoying…

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Your Guide to May

Summer is just around the corner and that means there’s a lot to look forward to during the month of May in Houston. From Mother’s Day, Cinco de Mayo and Memorial Day celebrations to festivals and conventions, it won’t be hard to stay busy in the Bayou City. Houston Dragon Boat Festival View this post on Instagram A post shared by Masahito Sugihara (@masrecorder) on May 5, 2018 at 10:56am PDT Watch more than 30 teams make their way along the…

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Q&A with Houston's Asian American Artists

JooYoung Choi, Artist JooYoung was born in Seoul, South Korea but soon made her way to the United States through the international adoption program. She was raised in Concord, New Hampshire and completed her undergraduate studies at Massachusetts college of Art and Design. She soon returned to Korea to find her birth family. In her last semester before completing her BFA, she became friends with artist Trenton Doyle Hancock who was visiting from our very own, Houston, Texas. Her plan was to…

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