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Author: Brittaney Wilmore

lshah@visithouston.com 

  • Group Toasting Beer
    November 16, 2017
    Houston’s warm climate in the fall and winter months might not always lend itself to cozying up by the fire with a hot chocolate in your hands, but how about a night on the patio with friends sipping a cool, craft beer? Several breweries in the Houston area offer seasonal flavors to keep your spirits merry and bright through the holidays. Here’s a preview of what’s on tap. Saint Arnold Brewing Company The state’s oldest craft brewery has five holiday beers that will...
  • Buffalo Bayou Park - Running
    November 14, 2017
    Between the turkey, mashed potatoes, casseroles, and pies, your Thanksgiving meal might leave you feeling a little stuffed. Consider some outdoor exercise that can help you melt away the trimmings. You’ve probably trekked to popular spots such as George Bush Park , Hermann Park , Discovery Green and Memorial Park , however Houston has nearly 53,000 acres of total park space to explore – that’s about the size of 40,000 football fields. But instead of just envisioning the...
  • Houston Cinema Arts Festival Credit: Houston Cinema Arts Festival
    November 9, 2017
    The phrase “Houston Strong” emerged out of the devastation that Hurricane Harvey wreaked upon the city and its surrounding areas about two and a half months ago. As a core theme of the 9th annual Houston Cinema Arts Festival , “Houston Strong” is also a reminder, the resiliency of this city isn’t going anywhere. Running November 9-13, the festival doubles down on its mission to support the local arts community and the talents of artists, filmmakers and industry...
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