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  • 2020 Vision: Clear Eyes, Full Hearts, New You Credit: Photo by Ben Sweet on Unsplash
    January 3, 2020
    Mind and Body Don’t worry if you’ve already slipped up on your new year’s resolution; 2020 is the year we see who we are just as clearly as who we strive to be. Cherish both of these versions of yourself and release stress by meditating with guidance at Discovery Green or, for the new and expecting moms out there, visit Project Row Houses on January 4th to attend Mommies, Movement, and Meditation. If you like even more interaction, then try Yoga + Sound Healing to engage...
  • Brunch of the Month: Dish Society Credit: Kimberly Park
    January 2, 2020
    With five locations throughout the Houston area, a Dish Society is never far away as a causal and delicious brunch option. This farm-to-table hotspot focuses on locally raised meats and produce from Houston farmers. This mini-chain restaurant’s menu has received national praise with USA Today even listing it as the best brunch restaurant in Texas, and after one visit, you will understand why. The vibe inside each Dish Society is relaxed and inviting. Each location fits into an industrial...
  • Forget the Diet This Year
    December 31, 2019
    It seems every single year we all make the same resolutions: exercise more, eat better, etc. However, without fail, those resolutions are broken due to laziness, stress from work, parties, or the occasional midnight craving. Well, this year why not go the opposite direction? Let’s make this year a one we don’t deprive ourselves and one we treat ourselves. And these places will help make you start the new year with happiness and a full stomach. House of Pies House of Pies is a...
  • Free Post-Holiday Houston Adventures Credit: Houston Museum of Natural Science
    December 30, 2019
    The holidays are hectic. Social hangovers are real, family hangovers are real, regular hangovers are extremely real, and financial hangovers are totally a thing. While recuperating from the holiday rush, everyone should spend at least one full day in pajamas, abandon all diet plans, and find something to do that is free or at least super cheap. Of course, a huge, bubbling city like Houston is full of hidden, free gems to experience while you and your wallet recover. View this
  • Best LGBTQ-Friendly Churches in Houston Credit: from Google for reuse purposes
    December 20, 2019
    Churches have a long way in opening up their arms and doors to LGBTQ individuals. And with the passage of marriage equality, churches have embraced the community and perform same-sex marriages. Luckily, as one of the most diverse cities in the country, Christian LGBT have many options for where to worship in the city. So, put on your Sunday best and get ready to get holy. Resurrection Metropolitan Community Church With two services each weekend, RMCC is one of the biggest churches in the city to
  • Feel the Spirit Credit: Photo by Daniil Silantev on Unsplash
    December 16, 2019
    Though our weather forecast may not be in agreement, the holiday season is finally upon Houston. We already gave you the ultimate holiday rundown to check all of the most necessary holiday hallmarks to check off your list and prepare you for the season. Now that the season’s arrived, we have even more holiday celebrations and events to get you frolicking all fun and festive before we ring in the new year. View this post on Instagram A post shared
  • Vietnamese Cuisine in H-Town
    December 11, 2019
    View this post on Instagram A post shared by LES NOO'DLE Pho Noodle Bar (@lesnoodlehtx) on Sep 2, 2018 at 8:08am PDT From 1975-1988, 1.2 million Vietnamese families resettled in Houston. Houston’s Midtown neighborhood was home to “Little Saigon,” bustling with businesses like tailors, markets, and restaurants. Though current-day Midtown is in a bit of a shift, remnants of that cultural evolution can be found on the street signs in the area,
  • Dim Sum and Then Some Credit: Tara B. via Unsplash
    December 11, 2019
    One of the best things about living in the fourth largest city in the country is it’s diversity of cuisine. You can fill up your belly with offerings from all over the world. Dim sum is always a popular alternative to tacos. Although usually relegated to a Sunday brunch activity, in Houston you can get your dim sum any day of the week. Not all dim sum is created equal and you will want to make sure you’re getting the pick of the push-cart when you go to pack your face. Kim Son...
  • Brunch of the Month: Night Heron Credit: Julia Weber
    December 8, 2019
    With a menu cut from the same cloth of the popular Italian bistro Coltivare, Night Heron is a neighborhood-style eatery located in Montrose. Conceived by Agricole Hospitality – the brains behind other local favorite hangouts like Eight Row Flight and Revival Market – the food and expertly crafted cocktails are what people have come to expect from Agricole establishments. Its proximity to hotspots like The Menil Collection and Rothko Chapel make Night Heron the perfect starting...
  • Vocal Local: Angelina DM Trailz Credit: Angelina DM Trailz
    December 2, 2019
    The drag scene in Houston is bursting at the seams lately. You can’t throw a feather boa without hitting a new performer. One of the hottest queens in town is the violin playing, drag diva Angelina DM Trailz. You can catch her on select Sundays at Boheme’s Drag Brunch, Wednesdays for Millenial Dolls at JR’s and practically every special event that needs a little sparkle. Before you go to her show, get to know her a little better here. Angelina has been doing drag for five...
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