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Your Guide to February

February is here, so what does that mean? If you’re looking at events and happenings across Houston, it means Super Bowl, Valentine’s Day and even Mardi Gras. The shortest month of the year is packing quite the punch with parties, new additions to the art scene, some salsa dancing and even the Sundance Film Festival. Courtesy of @moonstruckdrivein on Instagram #SundanceSatellite Feb. 1 - 2, Times Vary One of the coolest things about the Houston art scene is its constant evolution and the…

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Give the Gift of Experiences

The holiday shopping season is kicking into high gear. If you’re still looking for ideas to give the friends and family on your list, consider skipping the material goods and instead giving your loved ones an H-Town experience. Here are six ideas that we think most anyone will enjoy. View this post on Instagram A post shared by Houston Museum of Nat. Science (@hmns) HMNS Membership Science lovers and explorers will love a membership to The…

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Thanksgiving Parking in Downtown Houston

It's almost that magical time of year again! Thanksgiving season is almost here, and with that comes all of the fun activities that accompany the holiday season in Downtown Houston! The Thanksgiving Parade is a must for both locals and out of state visitors, but parking can be a bit daunting. To help make the holidays all fun and no stress, we've gathered all the downtown parking information you'll need to navigate your holiday fun with no worries. 😉 No matter where you are downtown, we have…

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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. Looking for a V-Day dining breakdown? Checkout our recent Valentine's Day…

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Keeping Things Merry and Bright This Holiday

Typically, December can be over-scheduled and if we’re honest, a bit hectic. Take time to slow down this holiday and savor the season with holiday and non-holiday activities that are perfect for all occasions, whether it’s a date night, family outing or entertaining guests, Houston has plenty to do. For a full rundown of fun ways to celebrate the holiday, click our holiday activity guide or if you’re more into checking out the light displays, visit our holiday display guide. The event options…

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5 Ways To Celebrate Mother’s Day In Houston

Show your love and appreciation for Mom this Mother’s Day by treating her to one of Houston’s many attractions and activities. Whether she loves shopping, art or a great performance, Houston has something for Mom to enjoy this Sunday, May 13. Read on for our favorite ideas. Treat Her To A Performance Mother’s Day weekend in Houston is filled with exciting performances for moms who love the arts. Pack up a picnic and take her to one of three free performances (May 11-13) of the Houston Ballet’s…

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Fitness with all the Fixings: 6 Parks to Visit on Thanksgiving Day

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 gridiron, get moving on it…

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Where To Get Thanksgiving Provisions Houston-Style

Don’t want to do all the cooking this Thanksgiving? Houston restaurants are ready to lend a hand with Thanksgiving to-go menus ranging from complete meal packages to appealing sides and desserts. Because, hey, you deserve to rest a little. Read on to find out where to stock up on Thanksgiving provisions and make sure to order early since most places have deadlines as early as Nov. 14. George Ranch Historical Park’s old-fashioned cobblers have built a loyal following in town. Prepared by in-house…

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