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Leon Bridges, Texas Retro Soul Revue

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Think of him purely as a throwback and you’ll miss the brilliance inherent in his eclectic performances. Leon Bridges is paving his own way up the charts with a nod to the past and a healthy dose of originality. Keep Reading

It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play at A.D. Players Club

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It’s A Wonderful Life is a classic American Christmas story that has been reimagined many of time and popular with all age groups. This Holiday season A.D. Players at The George Theater is turning the story into a 1940’s broadcast radio show. With just 6 actors and actresses playing multiple characters the classic story will unfold in a unique way.  Keep Reading

Your Complete Neighborhood Guide to the Galleria & Uptown

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The Galleria is more than just the shopping mall anchored at the corner of Post Oak Boulevard and Westheimer. The Galleria area is home to a bustling business district, Williams Tower, the tallest building outside of Downtown Houston, and the nearby tony neighborhood of Tanglewood and childhood home of ZZ Top guitarist, Billy Gibbons. Always expanding, with more ritzy retail and restaurant options in every direction, it’s no surprise that the Galleria area also goes by the name Uptown.  

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It’s Time For The Holidays Largest Shopping Event

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The Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market Cruising into Christmas returns to NRG Center November 8-11. Over 270 merchants will showcase unique gifts such as home décor, food, apparel, toys, jewelry, and more. Whether you are shopping for a loved one or just perusing holiday gifts, you’re bound to find something you love at the Nutcracker Market! Keep Reading

Heartmade Harvest Market: Making a Change in the Heart of Downtown

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In the heart of downtown Houston, experience the Heartmade Harvest Market, an outdoor event with nearly 70 vendors benefitting Hoof Prints and Heart Beats, a volunteer-run organization that offers free equine therapy and equine-enhanced counseling to children and adults with special needs. The market will feature artwork, jewelry, apparel, home goods, and more.  Keep Reading

Spend Halloween at Hotel Alessandra: It’s a Treat!

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Hotel Alessandra is celebrating Halloween in a different way than one may expect. Lucienne will be hosting a themed prefix dinner menu on the evenings of October 29, 30 and 31 for $65 per person (plus tax + gratuity). Whether you want to kick off your evening with a nice meal or skip putting on a costume and still be on theme, this is the perfect option. Keep Reading

Bayou City Art Festival: Make a Weekend Of It

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One of the top outdoor fine arts festivals in the United States, Bayou City Art Festival, is happening October 13-14 near City Hall. The festival will transform Downtown Houston into a gallery, showcasing unique work by artists from all over the world. Keep Reading

Over the Moon for Discovery Green’s presentation of moonGARDEN

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Experience art in the heart of downtown Houston with Discovery Green’s fall art installation! From September 29 until October 7, experience the 22 oversized illuminated moons transform the park into a dreamy realm of light and good times. Keep Reading

Craft Texas: HCCC’s Latest Exhibit

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The Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) presents CraftTexas 2018 this fall. The CraftTexas exhibition, juried by Jennifer Scanlan, will feature 36 Texas artists. CraftTexas provides a space for artists and art-lovers to explore groundbreaking contemporary work including sculptures, jewelry and furniture. Keep Reading

Fashion X Houston: This Season’s Hautest Event

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The 3rd Annual Fashion X Houston fashion show is around the corner, happening October 4-6 at River Oaks District. Three nights full of outdoor runway shows, style presentations from top brands and new collections from regional and emerging designers, including celebrity designers from Lifetime Television’s hit show, “Project Runway.”  Keep Reading

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