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No Place Like Houston for the Holidays

There’s no place like Houston for the holidays. Houstonians can enjoy bright lights displays, holiday-themed performances and festive foods and traditions from its diverse communities. Read on to find out about H-town’s diverse holiday activities. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Denise Hull (@denisehull) GERMAN CHRISTMAS MARKET Just north of Houston, head to Tomball for the annual German Fest Christmas Market. The three-day event…

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Native American Heritage Month in Houston

November is National American Indian Heritage Month, also known as Native American Heritage Month declared by United States President George H. W. Bush in 1990. This declaration honors the culture, traditions, art, music and dance of Native People as well as recognizing their significant contributions to our society. Each year, events, ceremonies and activities are held across the country to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. From the Cherokee to Lipan Apache and Coushatta Nations, here’s…

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Celebrating Diwali in Houston

Diwali, also known as the “Festival of Lights,” is a five-day holiday celebrated in India by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs. As one of India’s most important holidays of the year, Diwali celebrates the triumph of ‘good over evil’ during the darkest night of the lunar month. This year, the celebration begins on October 22-26 with prayers, food, decor and more! We’ve got you covered with the best restaurants, bazaars and festivals to celebrate Diwali in Houston. ISKON TEMPLE OF HOUSTON’S DIWALI FESTIVAL…

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A Guide to Houston Theater Week

Houston Theater Week is a week-long celebration where you can purchase buy one get one free tickets to amazing live performances! Starting August 22 to 29, choose from over 60 shows from 18 professional performing arts organizations. Enjoy this special opportunity to explore Houston's Theater District and see incredible local talent perform in musicals, plays and concerts. From Winnie The Pooh at the Hobby Center to Good Vibrations at the Houston Ballet, there is a show for everyone! Here’s our…

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Moon2Mars Festival Visitors Must-Do Itinerary

Houston, are you ready for launch? Space Center Houston’s Moon2Mars Festival, presented by Wellby and powered by JSC FCU is set to launch June 9-12! If you love all things space, you’ll want to attend this annual festival and business conference featuring exciting space exploration ideas to help humans travel to the moon, mars and beyond. There is a one-day business-to-business conference on Thursday, June 9 followed by a three-day festival open to the public Friday, June 10 through Sunday…

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Texas Bowl Visitor's Must-Do Houston Itinerary

Celebrate the return of Bowl Season to NRG Stadium! The Kansas State Wildcats and the LSU Tigers are set to play against each other in the 2021 TaxAct Texas Bowl on Houston's biggest stage on Tuesday, January 4th at 8:00 PM CT. There's no better way to start your year off right than with the electric atmosphere of Bowl Season with your fellow fans. Don't wait! Snag your seats today to start your 2022 off with that unforgettable postseason energy! Read on for your Texas Bowl must-do itinerary…

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10 Reservations to Make During Houston Restaurant Weeks

Need another reason to dine at your favorite restaurant or try a new one in town? You’re in luck because August marks the start of Houston Restaurant Weeks (HRW), a five-week-long event where participating restaurants offer prix fixe menus and a portion of the proceeds benefit The Houston Food Bank. From August 1 through September 6 (Labor Day), participating restaurants will donate $1 from the $20 lunch and brunch menus, $3 from the $35 dinner menus and $5 from the $49 dinner menus. With more…

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