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Mary Cate S. has 85 articles published.

Mary Cate is a Houston-based writer, photographer, and reading fiend, recently returned to her native city after time in Austin and New York City. She loves sharing the best of Houston with the world — margaritas, anyone? She and her husband serve local businesses through their digital content company, Two Cats Communications.

Local Foods Debuts New Heights Location

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Local Foods Heights

Local Foods has been a favorite of visitors and locals alike since its first location opened in 2011. Now, the brand debuts its highly-anticipated fifth location, housed in the historic Heights neighborhood’s vibrant new development, Heights Mercantile.

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Shop Handmade Southwestern Style from Ila and Bertie

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Ila and Bertie

If you love the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo, you know that Texas style shines big and bright. From boots to bangles, all aspects of Southern fashion celebrate the bold spirit of the west. As the fourth largest city in America, Houston has its fair share of designers. One such local up-and-comer is Amelia King, founder of Ila and Bertie, who’s bringing handmade Southwestern jewelry to fashionistas with flair. As you prep your Rodeo outfit, meet the lady behind this new Texas label.

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Masterworks by Michelangelo Coming to the MFAH

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Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

In March, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston will present a stunning exhibition of Italian Renaissance art, featuring works by Michelangelo, Raphael, Titian, and Tintoretto. The exhibition, titled Michelangelo and the Vatican: Masterworks from the Museo e Real Bosco di Capodimonte, Naples, opens on March 11.

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The Houston Ballet’s Enchanting 2018/19 Season

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Marie Houston Ballet

The Houston Ballet will return to its home, the Wortham Theater Center, for its just-announced 2018/19 Season, a superb collection of World Premieres, Houston Ballet Premieres, and beloved classics.

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Get Celebrity-Status Frames Just in Time for Mardi Gras

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KREWE Tiny House

Just in time for Mardi Gras, New Orleans-based purveyor of sleek sunnies and stylish opticals, KREWE, is coming to Houston! Their too-cute-to-be-true mobile Tiny House boutique will land in the high-end River Oaks District on Saturday, February 10, and you’re invited to their launch party.

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Where to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Friends

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Friendship is one of the truest loves. Celebrate your best friends this Valentine’s Day with some of Houston’s best food, wine, and treats. From casual cupcakes to champagne and chocolate strawberries, this Valentine’s Day with friends will be one to remember.

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Say I Love You With These Lavish Valentine’s Day Packages

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Hotel Alessandra

Dinner is lovely, but nothing says “I love you” like an indulgent weekend getaway at one of Houston’s luxury hotels. This Valentine’s Day, book a relaxing, romantic respite with the one you love in one of the city’s top hotels.

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Your Guide to Houston’s Most Romantic Valentine’s Day Dinners

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Flower arrangement by John Friedman

It’s February, which means it’s time to start planning your most romantic Valentine’s Day yet. Spoil the special someone in your life with an unforgettable meal, courtesy of some of the best restaurants in Houston. Below are a few of the top dinners in town.

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Welcome to Steak Heaven: Blue Onyx Bistro Debuts this February

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It’s a truth universally acknowledged that a city can’t have too many steak joints. In February, Houston will welcome an exciting new concept from the owners of Redfish Grill, serving prime rib and seafood in the Galleria area: Blue Onyx Bistro.

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Indulge at Deer Lake Lodge and Spa

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Deer Lake Lodge and Spa

When you imagine Houston, you think of fabulous restaurants and an enchanting Museum District. It’s an urban oasis, resplendent with things to do and people to see. But what about when you need to get away from it all? When the woods are calling, even Houston has somewhere you can go—Deer Lake Lodge and Spa.

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