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Posts from December 2018

  • Queer New Year's Eve Credit: Unsplash
    December 17, 2018
    Brush away the emotional dust of 2018 and face the new year head-on as a triumph and a challenge—bring it on, 2019, because we got this. Naturally, as one of the most diverse cities in the country, Houston’s queer New Year’s Eve celebrations cover everything from black tie vibes, to booty shorts and blacklights, to champagne and glitter. Break out the femme formalwear and dapper bowties at Pearl Bar , Houston’s top lesbian bar located right in the middle of...
  • Boutiqalicious: Houston's Best Boutiques
    December 15, 2018
    We’ve all run into this problem: It’s the day before a party and you forgot to pick up a gift. You could just run to Target for something generic, or you could opt for getting a present that shows you care and win brownie points with your originality. Luckily, next time this predicament occurs, keep these Houston boutiques in mind and we guarantee you’ll find the perfect present. Biscuit You probably recognize Biscuit from its highly Instagrammed dripping paint wall, but...
  • Vocal Local - Britt Vasicek
    December 12, 2018
    A writer, artist, comedian, sex worker, podcaster, and a virgo, Britt Vasicek contains multitudes. She’s a glass-half-full kind of person, and in that glass is a bubbling mimosa. Britt is an experience — a performance — but she’s not putting on an act. While many of us perform normality or virtue every day as upright citizens, Britt performs authenticity — outward expressions of genuine vulnerability, giddiness, graciousness, righteousness. Her preferred medium...
  • Holiday Lights in Houston
    December 10, 2018
    Whether you enjoy the classic elegance of simple white lights, or the funky nature of multicolored ones, there is something about Christmas lights that fills our hearts with the holiday spirit. So, whether you enjoy sipping cocoa while driving by, or making a night of it exploring light installations, Houston has you covered on all ways to enjoy this wonderful tradition. Zoo Lights Almost overnight, The Houston Zoo is transformed into a Winter Wonderland with Zoo Lights . A treat for the whole
  • Brunch of the Month: Poitin
    December 9, 2018
    Tucked away in Sawyer Yards is Poitín , a bar and restaurant from Ian Tucker that bears its namesake with an Irish spirit that predates whiskey. It may be a little ironic that a bar named after what some nickname “Irish moonshine,” specializes in down-home Southern classics with a twist. And, with all the winks to alcohol, it’s no surprise this dining hotspot is a perfect brunch choice, not only because the food menu is outstanding, but the drink menu is just as...
  • Downtown Holiday Art Experiences
    December 4, 2018
    In recent years downtown has built up it’s reputation as a place to have interesting and unusual art experiences. Most of these experiences have been centered around Discovery Green , the large family-friendly oasis in downtown's Avenida Houston district. This month the fun continues with some truly unique experiences that are only here for a short time - but a good time. Loop is probably the most exciting. Located on Avenida Houston, this free, family-friendly installation features...
  • Holiday Traditions - Theatre, Music, Culture in Hou Credit: Louis Amal on Unsplash
    December 4, 2018
    Whether your idea of holiday traditions include family or chosen family, tamales or baked ham, Houston offers some of the best events to make memories with loved ones this season. live music December 7th at Cullen Theater at Wortham Theater Center, The Houston Latin American Philharmonic presents its annual concert, Latin Christmas . In typical Houstonian fashion, The Houston Latin American Philharmonic is the only professional orchestra in the United States that presents programs of traditional
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