On November 21, the Houston Zoo will, once again, transform into a winter wonderland with it’s annual Zoo Lights event. Sponsored by TXU Energy, the holiday tradition brings more than two million twinkling lights to the 55-acre expanse. Stroll through the African Forest, which glows with a larger-than-life revolving ornament and a walk-in snow globe. Beyond the majestic, sparkling oak trees, guests will find favorites like the “Holly Berry,” a 1958 Cadillac decked out in...
A new conference and expo is set to launch in Houston next year that will bring together various sectors of the aerospace and science industries to capitalize on the economic development potential of space. SpaceCom will be an annual conference taking place each fall in Space City, USA, otherwise known as Houston. The event will focus on the creation of new business models that the application of innovative technologies to help companies engage in the growing business of space. "The impact
It's a bigger, bolder plan than the one originally proposed, but the goals remains the same-educate and excite people about Houston and the surrounding region. City officials and project organizers broke ground this week on the Nau Center for Texas Cultural Heritage, an $80 million history museum and visitor center set for a site just south of Minute Maid Park on the eastern edge of Downtown. The ambitious project is the brainchild of businessman and philanthropist John Nau. It's being
This weekend marks the fourth annual Houston Food Truck Fest. The caravan of tasty trucks rolls in Saturday, November 8 from noon to 5 p.m. in the Stereo Live parking lot. Inside the area, there will also be a full bar for festival goers. 1. Houston's Food Trucks Made Daily Meals list of "101 Best Food Trucks in America 2014" 2. Live Music Performances 3. Facepainting 4. Fun Bounce House 5. Movies on the Big Screen Head to Stereo Live to support your