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Celebrating Extraordinary Houston Women

From ingenious dreamers to creative problem solvers, some of Houston’s best and brightest are women who have helped not only give birth to this city but also have been essential in making Houston and the world better. Discover the contributions of some of the city's extraordinary women -past and present- who are pioneers, community leaders, and culinary and cultural moguls. Irma Galvan Irma Gonzalez Galvan was born in Brownsville, TX, and moved to Houston in 1946 with her mother and siblings…

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Iconic Live Music Venues in Houston

Houston has a rich and diverse music history that has significantly contributed to the city's cultural tapestry. The music scene in Houston has been influenced by various genres, iconic musicians, and legendary venues. Let's delve into fascinating facts about some iconic live music venues in Houston that are still alive today for all music lovers to enjoy. Numbers Nightclub Since 1978, Numbers Nightclub, a counterculture landmark in H-Town (photo above), has been a home to Houston’s alternative…

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Houston Signature Experiences for the Soul

HEAR. TASTE. LEARN. Houston is proud of being a tapestry of cultures due to its rich diversity and community contributions. This diversity is celebrated and recognized as a vital aspect of the city's identity, reflecting a vibrant and culturally rich environment. But how do we show visitors and locals the city's pride in its unique culture through truly immersive experiences? Houston Signatures Experiences, launched in February 2024, is the answer. This collection of five immersive experiences…

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Houston Rodeo Entertainment Lineup

The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has just released the entire lineup of artists who will perform on RODEOHOUSTON stage in NRG Stadium from February 27 through March 17, 2024. Get ready for 20 huge nights of concerts featuring some of the biggest names in rock, pop, country, Hip-Hop, EDM, Latin and worship music. Ten of them will make their debut on the star stage. Blake Shelton, Brad Paisley, Bun B, and the Jonas Brothers are among the fan-favorites artists returning to the rodeo arena. Some…

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Indoor Entertainment Experiences in Houston

Are you looking for an exciting way to welcome in the new year? Something challenging and adventurous but enjoyable at the same time? Discover new indoor entertainment activities with this list and book a great solo or group activity today to create new memories. iFly Houston Memorial 9540 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77055 Come enjoy indoor skydiving in state-of-the-art wind tunnels in a safe and fun flight experience. No actual falling, just the exhilarating feeling of being suspended in the…

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Best Pizza Places in Houston

Houston is known for its diverse culinary scene, and while we’re not necessarily known around the country for any certain style of pizza, there are many excellent pizza places to explore, of all different kinds of pizza. Check out our list of must-try pizzas for all pizza lovers in H-Town. Gypsy Poet With two locations — in Midtown and Montrose — Gypsy Poet makes a night out for pizza something extra special with live music by local artists and hand-crafted artisan pizzas. The owner is an artist…

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10 Best Places in Houston to Ring In the New Year

Goodbye 2023, hello 2024! Ring in the New Year with style and grace. There’s something for everyone at these ten events around Houston. New Year’s Eve at the Four Seasons Hotel December 31, 2023 (9 p.m. - 1 a.m.) Ring in 2024 at Bayou & Bottle, with dancing to the sounds of a live DJ, a midnight champagne toast, party favors, late-night bites, and a photo area. This chic bourbon bar is located inside the downtown Four Seasons Hotel and offers a TopGolf swing suite, vintage barware, and a menu…

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College Football Playoff National Championship weekend in Houston

At the beginning of 2024, Houston is again in the national spotlight as it hosts the College Football Playoff National Championship on January 8 at NRG Stadium. Get your tickets for the big game! Looking for an elevated experience? Go PLAYOFF PREMIUM! Welcome to Houston! Local and out-of-town fans are ready for a lot of action and fun during the entire weekend in Houston. The College Football Playoff (CFP) organized a series of events for all ages; some are free to participate. Downtown Houston…

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Your Guide to January

If you visit Houston in January, get ready to experience all this vibrant urban-chic metropolis has to offer, including great food, concerts, festivals, performing arts, unique attractions, and so much more. In January, you can still skate on the ice at Discovery Green and enjoy some holiday lights shows, including Zoo Lights (Houston Zoo), Galaxy Lights (Space Center Houston), Radiant Nature (Houston Botanic Garden) and Winter Wonderlawn (POST), even if Santa is gone. Whether you are coming on…

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Hilton Americas-Houston invites you to celebrate its 20th anniversary

Hilton Americas-Houston, Houston's largest hotel, is celebrating its 20 th anniversary in December and invites you to be part of its ‘20 Days of Giving’ extravaganza that started on December 4. Follow Hilton Americas-Houston on Instagram and Facebook and you could win great prizes. Opened in December 2003, this iconic Downtown hotel -connected to the George R. Brown Convention Center via skywalk and adjacent to Discovery Green Park- added a world of amenities and luxuries for anyone visiting…

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