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  • Spring Awakening: Public Gardens in Bloom for Spring
    March 15, 2019
    Houston truly has some of the best weather in the country. Nine months out of the year our moderate climate is mostly pleasant before the temperature and humidity start to climb into triple digits. Our mild tropical climate makes the city a great place for flowers to thrive when spring arrives in March. Make sure to visit all of these flowery spots when they come into bloom. McGovern Centennial Gardens In honor of it’s 100 year anniversary, the Hermann Park Conservancy opened the...
  • Bayou City Arts Festival Credit: Bayou City Arts Festival via Facebook
    March 6, 2019
    The 48th Bayou City Art Festival will be returning to Memorial Park on March 29 - 31, 2019. Noted as one of the top outdoor fine arts festivals in the nation, the three day event will showcase the work of over 300 artists from around the globe. Tickets are reasonable at $12 online and $15 per adult at the gate. This years featured artist is Julio C. Garcia, a 2D mixed media artist from Jacksonville, Florida. His paintings are inspired by his childhood in Mexico and his painting, “At...
  • Getting Lucky! St. Patrick’s Day in Houston Credit: Unsplash
    February 27, 2019
    Montrose Parties The gayborhood may not light up officially for the lucky holiday but within walking distance is one of the most notorious events in Houston at Griff’s Irish Pub . This day long event is always rowded with revelers and offers everything from Jell-O wrestling to live music and food. When you’re finished you can join your friends over at the Eagle or JR’s , just one neighborhood over. Downtown Celebrations Head downtown around noon on March 16th for the 60th...
  • Ice Queens
    January 3, 2019
    It’s true, when you think of Houston, you don’t often think about ice-skating. However, for ten years downtown’s Discovery Green has been transforming it’s Kinder Lake into an ice rink fit for a queen. Rainbow on Ice , an annual LGBTQ celebration on January 11, will put that theory to the test. Rainbow on Ice is in its tenth year of inviting the LGBTQ community and families to string up their skates and take a few laps around the rink. Although the icy fun is open to...
  • 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...
  • Vocal Local: Kris Banks Credit: Kris Banks
    November 12, 2018
    The midterm elections on November 6, 2018 marked the end of one political cycle for the country and the start of a new political cycle for the city of Houston. 2019 will be the year that Houstonians get to select their leaders and Kris Banks is an LGBTQ leader who works closely with our current mayor, so he expects this year will be busier than usual. Banks, 38, is the Special Assistant on Government Relations for Mayor Sylvester Turner. In this role he works with elected officials and the
  • Election Day in H-Town Credit: Unsplash
    November 1, 2018
    Although it isn’t officially a national holiday, Election Day is always an important part of our democracy. Houstonians can usually expect to rock the vote a few times a year. The 2018 election gives us the opportunity to cast our ballot in several important races but in order to do that you need to know where to go and when you need to get there. Texas is a largely non-voting state, meaning that the large majority of people eligible to vote do not. Of course some people make a conscious
  • QOTV: Queer Out The Vote Credit: Unsplash
    October 30, 2018
    Halloween may be one of the scariest holidays of the year but one of the scariest facts about the state of Texas is that we are dead last when it comes to voter turnout. That means that the percentage of people eligible to vote versus the number of people who vote is lower than every other state. When you don’t turn out to vote you don’t get candidates that represent our interests. Elections aren’t only every four years when we decide on a President. They actually take place...
  • Best Places for a Scary Movie Credit: Lloyd Dirks
    October 17, 2018
    It just isn’t Halloween if you aren’t indulging in some scary cinema. Whether you enjoy horror movies, action films or Oscar-worthy dramas, the Fall is the best time to get your popcorn and head to the movies. Houston has some exciting new options to offer; and one of them come with a view. The Rooftop Cinema Club at BLVD Place 1700 Post Oak blvd Head to the Galleria and you’ll find the most exciting new movie spot in town at the Rooftop Cinema Club. This place isn’t...
  • Food Hall Takeover Downtown Credit: Yo Mariana
    August 31, 2018
    The Conservatory 1010 Prairie The Conservatory was the first underground beer garden and food hall to open in 2016. Located next to Prohibition , it offers a unique, underground experience that isn’t your typical “tunnels take-out”. With a rotating roster of vendors you can eat a different, quality cuisine every day of the week. Then just when you think you’ve had it with the same old thing, they switch it up with new food. Many of the vendors were borne out of the...
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