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  • 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...
  • 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
  • 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
  • Houston's Not-So-Typical Museums Credit: Unsplash Tony Reid
    November 13, 2018
    The very center of Houston’s cultural heart is its Museum District with an official association of 19 institutions celebrating art, history, culture, and science. Known for its rich diversity, Houston’s unique collection of museums reflects its notorious melting pot status. Fine art museums are often the more prominent attractions, but with everything from a bicycle museum to an original 1940s art deco aviation museum , Houston’s colorful variety of institutions off the...
  • Friendsgiving in Houston Credit: Chris Lawton
    November 7, 2018
    Disproportionately, LGBTQ folks can end up lonely on holidays because their family isn’t supportive of their status. Some people don’t have the luxury of coming out to family, and some just aren’t there yet. Some have lost their parents and feel alone on family-centered holidays. Even with healthy family relationships, great distances and hectic schedules can still keep you from the family dinner table. Chosen families are a matter of queer survival, and no better place...
  • Brunch of the Month: Vibrant
    November 5, 2018
    Just one trip to this Montrose breakfast and lunch eatery and you’ll know why its name is Vibrant . The plates are colorful, artistic and ready for their Instagram close up. It comes as no surprise that Vibrant is the lovechild of former Museum of Fine Arts Houston curatorial assistant Kelly Barnhart, who injects the Houston culinary world with the same holistic and self-care philosophy she has adhered to for years. Vibrant is not just about the food, it’s aim is to promote a...
  • 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...
  • Halloween in Houston
    October 15, 2018
    Much to our collective dismay, Halloween is on a Wednesday this year. Thankfully, October is polka-dotted with spooky and autumnal events as we delve deeper into Decorative Gourd And Pumpkin Spice Season™. The skull-goblet-half-full take is that non-weekend Halloween years just provide more opportunity for costume changes. If you wanna get extra with it, you can dress up on Friday, perform a Cher-level costume change for Saturday, and execute the big reveal finale on Wednesday the 31st.
  • Cultural Festivals of Houston Credit: @kashhouston
    October 8, 2018
    According to the 2016 Census data, the Houston metro immigrant population makes up about 23.3% of the total population, but that isn’t counting the second, third, or fourth generation families who are still deeply tied to their cultural roots. Houston’s status as an international city has garnered quite a bit of media buzz of late for the cultural diversity reflected in the colorful cuisine of its thriving multi-billion-dollar food industry. Every year, thousands take to the...
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