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  • Polish Parker and Roe Credit: Polish Parker and Roe
    September 23, 2016
    Don’t call it a comeback. These days, the nail art trend of the 90s is stronger than ever. Recently, models at New York Fashion Week were seen sporting brightly-colored and intricately-designed nail art and back in H-Town, head-turning toes and finger tips are making their mark all over the city. Wondering where you can get a next-level manicure in Houston? Reserve a spot at one of these local nail salons. It’s likely that Inner Loopers haven’t heard of Akyish , but westside...
  • chinatown Credit: chinatown - culinary tours
    September 21, 2016
    Houston is home to the second largest Asian population in the United States (behind Los Angeles), so naturally a part of the city is full of restaurants and businesses run by the Asian community. The area is known colloquially as “ Chinatown ,” but is by no means limited to only Chinese influence. Originally, Chinatown was located on the East side of Houston (now known as EaDo , now has grown and largely relocated to the Southwest. This section of Southwest Houston is populated by...
  • Beyonce
    September 16, 2016
    Long before she was dubbed “Queen Bey” or “Sasha Fierce” Beyoncé Knowles-Carter spent her childhood and formative teenage years in Houston’s Third Ward neighborhood. Since then, she has sold over 100 million records, won 20 Grammy Awards, and performed all over the world. The international icon is headed home to Houston next week for the final leg of her Formation World Tour . Houstonians know Beyoncé rarely visits Htown without making some...
  • rice university Credit: rice university FB page
    September 2, 2016
    The back to school spirit is in the air, and Houston is home to a host of upstanding colleges and universities that offer a variety of activities open to the public, from sports events to farmers markets. Whether you're moving a friend or family member to school or going back yourself, don't limit your trip to unloading trucks and attending orientation. Rice University If you find yourself in the vicinity of Rice University, you’re in luck. The campus and surrounding area is...
  • university of houston cougars Credit: advocare texas kickoff FB page
    September 1, 2016
    Houston is the place to be over the Labor Day weekend. The fall season is officially kicked off each year with the AdvoCare Texas Kickoff college football game at NRG Stadium along with numerous other events around town. From epic tailgating parties to international festivals and world class art, Houston’s got your Labor Day weekend plans covered. Festivals Are you a die hard #GoCoogs fan or a #BoomerSooner? Regardless of who you’re rooting for, you don’t want to miss the...
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