Category: Holidays

*** HaPpY VaLeNtInE’s DaY!!! ***

*** HaPpY VaLeNtInE’s DaY!!! *** 

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*** HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! ***

*** HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! ***

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Alley Theatre presents, A Christmas Carol!

  This Houston seasonal favorite has been described as having “Spectacular London sets . . .  the inimitable Dickens’ tale — spiced with the usual fog and an unusual twist on the ghosts past, present and future.” A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas follows Ebenezer Scrooge’s journey with the three ghostly spirits that visit [...]

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The Galleria turns into Santa’s Workshop!

What: M.D. Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital‘s Little Galleria Breakfast with Santa. Where: The Galleria. The 411: Carolers sang holiday favorites and Santa accepted Christmas wishes when the cancer center and the Galleria teamed up to make things merry and bright for both young and old attending this start-to-the-day fundraiser. Kiddos got to test their talents with LEGOs, decorate Mickey [...]

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Field Of Lights covers Discovery Green!

Even the weekend’s evening showers, lightening and thunder could not dampen the glow of British artist Bruce Munro‘s Field of Light,which fills the Discovery Green oak alley with an incandescent garden of luminous orbs in an ever-changing array of gentle colors. This not-to-be-missed iconic optical fiber installation, which has traveled the world in various forms, each site specific, will light the majestic [...]

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Abraham Lincoln Inspirational Life Story. In Honor of 4th of July!

Inspirational Confidence Story – Abraham LinIncoln by Catherine Pratt www.Life-With-Confidence.com Did you know that Abraham Lincoln had two business ventures fail, lost 8 different elections and had a complete nervous breakdown before becoming president in 1816? His story is a great inspirational confidence story in that he shows how if you just keep moving towards your [...]

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A Pre-Fathers Day Treat! Touching Story about a Father and Son

Words of wisdom or tough love? “I, Leon Spierer, will be the first one who will take you out of this orchestra if things don’t work,” one caring father said. Carlos Spierer will never forget these stern words of advice spoken by his father. Leon Spierer, then the first concertmaster of the Berlin Philharmonicunder the baton of Herbert [...]

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Spec’s Liquor – Midtown

Spec’s in Midtown With Thanksgiving just a week away, I have food on the brain. I’m sure this state of mind will dissolve next Thursday the moment I throw my fork down in surrender. But in the meantime, I’m consumed (ha! consumed!) by all the yumminess headed my way. It’s times like these when I [...]

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