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Experience a Late Night Party at The Museum of Fine Arts

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The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will transform into a late-night party for Mixed Media by BBVA Compass on July 20 from 8 p.m. to midnight. Enjoy cocktails, food, live music, and art in Houston’s largest museum. Keep Reading

The 4th Annual Southern Smoke Festival

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The Southern Smoke Foundation was originally founded to raise money for MS; after co-founder Chris Shepard learned of his good friend and former sommelier Antonio Gianola was diagnosed. Since 2015 they have raised  $454,000 for the MS Society and added a second cause to their focal point- people in the food and beverage industry affected by Hurricane Harvey. This years event will continue to support both causes.
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Where to Celebrate & Eat on the 4th of July

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Even though 4th of July lands on a Wednesday this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t still enjoy the holiday! The city and its’ businesses are celebrating in different ways and we’ve rounded up a few options for you to enjoy Independence Day in Houston!  Keep Reading

Bamboo Waves Flood The Museum of Fine Arts

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Artists Mike and Doug Starn have reconceived their internationally acclaimed Big Bambù project for the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. Considered an ever-evolving installation, experience thousands of bamboo poles, pathways, and waves engulfing two levels of Ludwig Mies van de Rohe-designed galleries from June until September 3rd, 2018. Keep Reading

Sound of Summer: Houston’s Top 5 Music Venues

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When it comes to live music Houston attracts the best artists and bands from all genres of music. Our venues range from saloons operated by local firemen to mega stadiums that gather fans in the thousands! We have rounded up our top 5 spots, hope you get a chance to enjoy.  Keep Reading

Summer Saturday’s at River Oaks District

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During the Summer months of June and July, the River Oaks District will be hosting a community based ‘Summer Saturday’s’. It is fun either the entire family can enjoy or make for a unique date! There will be live music and workout classes hosted by Equinox, and smoothie and juices from Fuel Kitchen and Health Bar along with kid-friendly games.  Keep Reading

Celebrate the Dad in Your Life!

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Father’s Day is around the corner and whether your dad wants to spend the day enjoying the golf course, exploring the city with the family or having a delicious meal, we have you covered on where to celebrate dad!
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Right Here, Right Now: San Antonio Comes to Town

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Now through August 5th, you can experience the Contemporary Arts Museum Houston‘s Right Here, Right Now series that focuses on 19 artists and collectives living and working in San Antonio, Texas. This exhibit has it all, offering fresh pieces from a plethora of creative minds spanning from all over SA Town.
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Summer is Here: Top Pools to Cool Off

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Summer is officially here; even though here in Houston the weather doesn’t follow the pattern of kicking off Summer on Memorial Day and ending on Labor day – the heat, unfortunately, started a few weeks ago. But what’s the best way to stay cool? Hanging out by or in a pool. We have rounded up the top hotel pools in town to escape the heat!  Keep Reading

The New MFAH Glassell School of Art + Pavilion and Rooftop

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The new and highly anticipated Museum of Fine Arts, Houston Glassell School of Art is opening May 20th! Houston as a community is invited to experience Anish Kapoor’s Cloud Column, explore the building, the Brown Foundation, Inc. Plaza and the BBVA Rooftop. “I think Houstonians will quickly grasp that our project intends to create a new destination in Houston,” says Gary Tinterow the MFAH director.  Keep Reading

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