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  • Fall 2017 Fashion Trends
    October 20, 2017
    Winter is coming. Although the weather doesn’t dip too low in Houston, that is no reason not to splurge on clothes that meet the current fashion trends. From jackets to eyewear, we’ve got our finger on the pulse of the hottest trends to keep you looking sharp this winter. Quilted jackets This season quilted jackets are all the rage. The little extra volume is the perfect balance of fashion and function. It’s perfect for work and for a casual night out with the boys. If you...
  • Spooky Halloween Costume Ideas
    October 12, 2017
    No city does Halloween better than Houston. From the annual Montrose Block Party to the bar events across the neighborhood, it is one of the best weekends of the year. The only problem is figuring out the perfect costume that will be the envy of your friends and get you the most Instagram likes. Well we thought of some 2017-inspired costumes that will make you the belle of the ball. Game of Thrones The last season of Game of Thrones was an event to behold and with a cast of thousands, the
  • Vocal Local: Jonathan Beitler
    September 29, 2017
    Houston is often referred to as the biggest little city in the nation. The neighborly love and friendly spirit here is often referenced, and never was it more on display than during Hurricane Harvey. Jonathan Beitler, owner of the public relations firm Barrelhouse Media, along with countless chefs and restaurants throughout the city, sprang into action immediately after the storm subsided. Armed with a team of other volunteers from around the country, the collective group was able to prepare
  • Lady Bunny to Headline Houston Coming Out Party
    September 25, 2017
    From a small house party in the Heights to a series of fundraisers that collectively draw more than 1,000 people annually, OutReach United has dramatically expanded its reach over the last 11 years to become one of the city’s most visible LGBT organizations. The group's flagship event, the Houston Coming Out Party, celebrates an important milestone for most LGBT individuals and raises money for local nonprofits . This year’s event, set for October 14, will feature nationally...
  • Your Guide to the Fall 2017 Schedule
    September 22, 2017
    While I personally love summers in Houston (pool days and lots of A/C), one thing about it is terrible: the television. Luckily fall television is about to commence and we have the lowdown on returning faves and some new shows to look out for. Transparent The groundbreaking dramedy returns for it’s fourth season. Has our Pfefferman clan learned to get along or are they just as caustic as ever? The previews suggest the latter. Premieres September 22 on Amazon Star Trek: Discovery Calling...
  • How You Can Keep Houston Strong
    September 21, 2017
    Although it has been a few weeks since Hurricane Harvey wreaked havoc on Houston and surrounding areas, there is still so much work to be done to repair our wonderful city and help make its inhabitants whole again. For some, life has somewhat returned to normal but many others are still in dire need. It is important not to forget our fellow Houstonians and continue to keep Houston strong by doing our part. With that said, if you are still looking for ways to help those impacted most by
  • 25th Annual Houston Transgender Unity Banquet
    August 19, 2017
    On September 16, the Houston Transgender Unity Committee will celebrate the 25th anniversary of their annual Houston Transgender Unity Banquet . The Unity Banquet has become the largest transgender community event in Houston and is a night for transgender individuals and their allies to come together and honor activists in the Houston community. The event attracts more than 200 people including transgender community leaders, equality advocates, politicians, business leaders, and most
  • Bring on the Boys
    August 8, 2017
    Move over ladies, burlesque is not just for you anymore. Men have become influenced by the performance art and are coming to Houston to steal the show. The downtown hotspot Prohibition Supperclub has partnered with the Terrible Enfants Theatre Company to premiere the Long Island Boys, Houston’s only “boylesque” show. However, these are no boys at all, these are men. Similar to the traditional genre of burlesque, these international male performers will dazzle audiences with...
  • Get Adventurous - Your Guide to Group Fun Credit: iFLY Houston Facebook Page
    July 28, 2017
    Exploring the city on your own is fun and checking it out with your partner can, well, double your pleasure. But if you want to really have a ball, get a whole group on board. While touring museums, checking out the latest blockbuster or shopping are always great standbys, we have something a little more adventurous for your crew--Bayou City Style. One, two, three, throw If you’re looking for something completely different, we just may have found it for you. Axe throwing. You heard that...
  • Last Minute Summer Reads
    July 28, 2017
    There is nothing more satisfying than laying out at the pool and feeling the Houston heat while reading a good book. The summer season is coming to a close and the number of relaxing pool days is sadly dwindling. If you have worked out that brain this summer, don’t worry because we have compiled a list of LGBT novels sure to entice everybody. Pick up or download one of these LGBT books and take full advantage of the end of summer. Call Me By Your Name — Andre Aciman This love story...
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