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Picnicking in Houston's Great Outdoors

Hibernation from the brutally cold winter is over and it’s time to enjoy being outside. After one of the coldest winters in recent memory, we’re in need of some fresh air picnicking. With so much great food in Houston, what better way to savor it than the great outdoors? Levy Park View this post on Instagram A post shared by Levy Park (@levyparkhouston) Want a spot to spread out with your family? Look no further than Levy Park. Complete with a…

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Saint Patrick’s Day in Houston

St. Patrick’s Day is approaching, a day when those who are Irish celebrate the patron saint of Ireland and those who aren’t technically Irish express their appreciation for all things Irish. Green is worn, beer is had (for those 21+, of course) and sometimes you get pinched (but maybe not this year). Surely with so many celebrations in Houston, we’ve got the Luck of the Irish in our city. The 5th Annual Lucky's St. Patrick's Day Crawl - Houston | 4 p.m. | March 19, 2022 Start your St. Patrick’s…

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Spring Break: Family Friendly Things To Do In Houston

Spring Break at the Health Museum With Spring Break just around the corner, Houston is blooming. The city’s museums, parks and hotels have planned an array of fun – and safe – family friendly activities guaranteed to combat boredom. Take note and plan your itinerary, so you’re ready to head out and explore everything Houston has to offer this Spring Break. View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Health Museum (@thehealthmuseum) The…

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Valentine's Day in Houston: A Guide

February is the shortest month of the year, but potentially the most anxiety-ridden. Why? Valentine’s Day. Fear not, whether you’re happily coupled up or single in the city, there are plenty of ways to celebrate. This year, Valentine’s Day falls on a Thursday, so there are plenty of weekend options for ample ways to celebrate. Our below list is full of activities no matter your interest, budget, or relationship status. THE OUTDOORSY PAIR Love the great outdoors? Houston has no shortage of green…

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Black History Month: A Guide to Houston’s African American Landmarks

Black history is layered throughout Houston — you just have to be open to exploring. In a city lauded for its cultural diversity, it should come as no surprise that Houston neighborhoods provide storied pockets that explore African American’s plight, perseverance, and progression throughout history. From green spaces rooted in Emancipation celebrations to arts venues that fostered sounds of soul, these nine Houston African American landmarks are a must-visit during Black History Month and…

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H-Town Guide to World Series Specials

Once again, the Houston Astros are gearing up for the World Series. Read on for tasty food and drink specials unique to the World Series. Just one more thing to celebrate! Check here to see where to watch and what homerun specials are running around in H-Town. Where to Watch Courtesy of @hungrylikethewolfhouston on Instagram Hungry Like the Wolf - The ONLY 80s diner in Houston will be showing the games 920 Studemont St #900 Houston, Texas 77007 Star Cinema Grill – a locally-owned full-service…

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The Joys of Traveling Solo

Traveling doesn’t always have to happen with company. Whether you’re in Houston for work or you’re simply looking to get away for some alone time, there is no shortage of lodging, dining and entertainment options here for the solo traveler. So, read on to find out about the best things H-Town has to offer visitors, including those who like to travel alone, and start planning your trip. Hotels Courtesy of @Hotel_Icon on Instagram Houston has many hotels to choose from. For the solo traveler…

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Your Guide to October in Houston

The month of October could quite possibly be the best time of year in Houston. The weather has cooled off and outdoor activities abound. Check out our list of great things to do in October in Houston, and get started making memories with your loved ones. Photo by Michael Tamul Kemah Boardwalk Craft Beer Fest Oct. 2, 2 – 5 p.m. Craft brews and good views are served up at the Kemah Boardwalk Craft Beer Festival. Sample over 72 craft beers from over 24 breweries including local favorites like 8th…

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Your Guide to September

Fall is inching closer with the arrival of September and Houston has plenty of exciting happenings to keep you entertained. Courtesy of @housymphony on Instagram Once Upon A Time: Alan Menken’s Broadway Jones Hall Sept. 3 – Sept. 5 Alan Menken is a legendary composer that gave life to songs like “Under the Sea” and “Friend Like Me.” The Houston Symphony will be honoring this Tony, Grammy and Academy Award-winning recipient with an entire concert dedicated to his work. Enjoy nostalgic hits from…

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8 Reasons Your Dog Wants To Visit Houston

We all need a little vacay from the daily perils of life now and then – work, school, bills – but that doesn’t mean we want to take a break from man’s best friend. On the contrary, statistics show that hanging out with your furry companions actually helps you relax even more. Thankfully, Houston is a city that has a growing number of hot spots that show lots of love to those four-legged friends. The Dog-Friendly Houston organization actively advocates for businesses to become more accommodating…

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