Category: Houston Events

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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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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Extreme Bugs: Giant Insects Take Over Houston Zoo!!!

It may feel like it, but rest assured that what you’re about to experience is not friendly mayhem from Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. Upon entering the Houston Zoo’s “Extreme Bugs!” exhibit, on display through Labor Day weekend, you’ll notice that the tables have turned, with humans being a guest in the world of the most [...]

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Summer Family Fun Options in Houston!

With school out of session, what can you do with your children during the summer months? A popular West Houston destination for shopping, dining and entertainment has the answer with movie screenings, artsy festivals, fun activities, al fresco concerts, kid-friendly restaurants and family-focused merchants. Children and adults alike have been enchanted by the positive message [...]

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Looking for fun activities in Houston this Weekend? Look No More.

On the calendar this week are a green-loving, white-themed young professionals bash, a quirky best-of-the-best show, a performance in which Brahms and The Beatles feel right at home, a spicy food battle and a musical journey to Hungary. Urban Green Young Professionals hosts “Birthday en Blanc: Still White Hot at 100 Years Old” You can always [...]

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Kinetic Sculpture Unveiled at Museum of Fine Arts!

Jesus Rafael Soto’s kinetic sculpture unveiled at Museum of Fine Arts, Houston From some angles, it looks like an alien airship is glowing, suspended in a galaxy of clear tentacles. From other vantage points, the kinetic artwork appears to be a relatively shallow curtain. Approach – or better yet, step into - Jesús Rafael Soto‘s “Houston [...]

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What Not to Wear to the Rodeo

The Rodeo is just weeks away. And you may be panicking about what to wear. Maybe you’re new to Texas, and you don’t have much in the way of western attire. Maybe you want to break the mold this year. Or maybe you just don’t want Clinton and Stacey showing up at your office with [...]

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2012 Events for your Calendar

At the beginning of a new year, twelve months feels like such a long time. I’ll look at events on my calendar that are four, six or even eight months away, and they seem lifetimes away. But then before I know it, they’re right around the corner. Because time flies. This is exactly how I [...]

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Halloween is here! (Almost)

Years ago, there was only one way to celebrate Halloween in Houston: Fright Fest at Astroworld. Well, those days are long gone. But you still have plenty of options if you’d like to get more than one wear out of your homemade costume: Scream on the Green Discovery Green steps up yet again to provide [...]

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How to Help Texas Wildfire Victims

It’s been an emotional few weeks. Hurricane Irene tore up the east coast. Torrential flooding caused massive flooding in Pennsylvania and beyond. And to top it all off, Americans marked the 10th Anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Last week, Texas got a little taste of destruction and loss when wildfires broke out across the [...]

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