Category: Art/Galleries

Don’t-Miss September Events in Houston

Summer might be over. But September has plenty to offer you, with tons of awesome events happening inside the loop and around the Houston area. Here are my top picks! Rice vs. Texas in Reliant Stadium On Saturday, September 4, 2010, an old rivalry in Texas college football will have a long over-due rematch. Rice […]

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Summertime and Livin’ is Easy

Last weekend, I had my first experience at White Linen Night in the Heights. Believe me, next August can’t come soon enough. What a whimsical, exotic night in Houston! Sure, linen wrinkles like nobody’s business. But you’ll want to hang on to that white linen shirt so you’re ready for next year’s event. White Linen […]

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Neighborhood Crash Course: Montrose

Those who have never been to Houston think smog, traffic, and humidity when they imagine our beloved city. Well, they’re not entirely off point. But many people also assume that Houston is not a diverse city, that it’s a homogeneous place where everyone looks, thinks, and does that same things as everyone else. Nothing could […]

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Umm, Because It’s Free?

Big city life has tons of perks. Everything is at your fingertips. Restaurants. Clubs. Shopping. Events. And…city life can get a little pricey. And the cost of living isn’t exactly going down. So what are we supposed to do? Become shut-ins? Lurk around our downtown Houston apartments buffing our granite counter tops to a mirror […]

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Rice University To-Do’s

Since it’s Rice Week here at Inner Loop Living, and you could write a whole blog about the place, I thought I’d share some of the great things to do ON CAMPUS at Rice University. After all, we can’t all be learning superstars, right? You don’t have to be a Rice alum to still enjoy […]

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Neighborhood Crash Course: The Heights

If Houston were a high school, the Heights would be class favorite. If it were a beauty pageant, the Heights would win Miss Congeniality. If it were “Everybody Loves Raymond,” the Heights would be–you guessed it–Raymond. Everybody loves the Heights. How could you not? It’s cool. It’s hip. It’s eclectic. It’s got loads of character, […]

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