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Houston’s Top 12 Boutiques for Fall Fashion

With cool weather just around the corner, we’re already dreaming of overhauling our wardrobe with the latest fall fashion trends. So, put away the flip flops and break out those (over-the-knee) boots, because Houston’s top boutiques are bringing their a-game this season. From modern denim and fur detailing to tweed and leather, Houston’s most style-savvy boutiques are making room for merchandise that is certain to carry both guys and girls through until spring. Wondering where to go to find the…

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Historic Aloft Houston Downtown Hotel to Open in 2016

By John Egan With the transformation of a historic Houston building into a hotel, meeting attendees will be gaining another lodging option near the George R. Brown Convention Center. The 10-story building, once occupied by G.A. Stowers Furniture Co., is being turned into the 173-room Aloft Houston Downtown. Developers say the project will respect the historic nature of the building, which dates back to 1913. The building, at 820 Fannin St., sits in the shadow of the BG Group Place office…

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Space Center Houston to Launch $12 Million Space Shuttle Exhibit

Space Center Houston is set to open a new $12 million exhibit in January that features a full-scale replica of the space shuttle Independence and its NASA 747 ferry aircraft. Upon arrival at Space Center Houston, guests will be greeted with a six-story, 240-ton complex known as Independence Plaza outside of the main museum. Both the shuttle and carrier will feature interior exhibits featuring the flight deck and cockpit of the shuttle, astronaut living quarters mid-deck, history on the…

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Jukely Launches in Houston

Today is a good day for H-Town’s live music lovers, as Jukely has officially launched in Houston. The subscription service, which is basically the Netflix of the music world, enables subscribers the chance to go to a concert of their choice, every day of the year, for a flat fee of $25 a month. Though customers will find many rising-star artists on Jukely’s schedule, there are also plenty of big name musicians on offer, too, in a range of genres. In Houston, for example, subscribers can…

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