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Pop-Up Markets in Houston

In the wake of ever-changing news and regulations, communities everywhere have had to adapt to a new way of life. Houston is no exception. Some restaurants have adapted in such a way that helps solve both their over-abundance of food, now that they are limited to pick up and carry out options only, and minimizing the amount of exposure their community must face. Enter pop-up markets. What? Yes, pop-up markets! Now in addition to some already amazing discounts, certain restaurants have started…

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Virtual Tours, Dining Options and More

Spring is usually a pretty busy season for events in Houston. With the active health concerns, our city, along with the rest of the world, has had to adjust the current way of life. Luckily through the existence of the internet, we are able to stay connected, share information, and offer unique experiences. Just because you’re stuck at home doesn’t mean you can’t continue to explore our amazing city! Check out Houston in 360! In addition to those awesome videos, we have gathered an abundance of…

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An Outsider’s Guide to Houston’s Asiatown

One of the best things about living in Houston is experiencing the diverse cultures that make up the city’s population of 2.3 million people. Similar to other major U.S. cities, Houston has an area dominated by delicious Asian restaurants, exotic shopping and fun cultural experiences. This area, colloquially known as “Chinatown,” is by no means limited to only Chinese influence. Cultural influences in this part of Houston are from Vietnam, India, Pakistan, China, Korea, Malaysia and more. Plus…

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Your Guide to March 2019

** NOTE: Please verify all dates and times of events with hosts, as most large-scale events have been postponed or cancelled due to health-related safety concerns** Your Houston agenda is sure to be packed in March as the city hosts a slew of fun festivals and events, including the popular Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. With so many options, you may wonder how you’ll find the time to experience these must-do activities. We’re here to help you choose! Check out our guide to Houston in March…

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Spring Break: Family Friendly Things To Do In Houston

Will you be in Houston during Spring Break? The city is ready to welcome families with free and inexpensive programming that will keep you and the kids busy while school is out. Many of the city’s museums and parks have activities planned throughout March but you can also plan your own Spring Break itinerary, choosing from Houston’s many kid-friendly attractions. Following are some ideas of fun things to do in Houston during Spring Break. View this post on Instagram…

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Houston Through the Lens of Luxury

It’s been said that there are two certainties in life, death and taxes. By this point, most of you have probably filed your taxes and hopefully Uncle Sam rewarded you with a nice tax return. Some of us save our returns, but some of us tend to splurge the extra cash. From the poshest hotels and fine dining to private transport via aircraft, if you’re looking to spend, Houston has no shortage of ways to indulge and live large, even if only for a day. Luxury Living Let's start with where to stay if…

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FAQs: Houston Via Colori® Street Painting Festival

The one-of-a-kind Via Colori Street Festival is back and bigger than ever! If you’re thinking about attending, here are a few things you need to know before you enjoy the amazing art taking over downtown Houston. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Houston Via Colori (@viacolori) on Nov 18, 2018 at 6:45am PST What is the Via Colori Street Festival? Each November, the Via Colori Street Festival brings together hundreds of amateur and professional artists from around…

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HUE Festival Showcases Houston’s Urban Art Scene

The Houston Urban Experience (HUE) Mural Festival is an excellent way to experience the work of local and international artists on the grandest of scales. From Nov. 18 – Nov. 20, visitors will have the opportunity to see artists take their work from concept to completion across Houston, including sides of buildings, street corners and other public structures. Founded and produced by Houston artist Mario “GONZO247” Figueroa Jr., the festival’s mission is to create festival event of murals, art…

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Astros Baseball Watch Bars in Houston

The Astros are back in the World Series for the second time in three years! With the series starting on Tuesday, October 22, you need to figure out where to watch the game. Minute Maid Park will be filled to capacity, so whether the 'Stros are home or not, here are the top watch bars to root for the home team. Schedule Game 1 on Tuesday, 10/22 - Nationals at Astros Game 2 on Wednesday, 10/23 - Nationals at Astros Game 3 on Friday, 10/25 - Astros at Nationals Game 4 on Saturday, 10/26 - Astros…

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