How to Make the Most Out of a Houston Library Card
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How to Make the Most Out of a Houston Library Card

I’m probably not alone in saying this but I haven’t had a library card since i was in school and it was part of second grade reading class to get one. That is, until COVID-19 hit and suddenly my evening happy hours turned into reading hours. Hey, wine was still involved so no complaints. Instead … Continue reading

10+ Houston Murals to Visit to Celebrate the City
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10+ Houston Murals to Visit to Celebrate the City

Whether it’s July 13 — aka 7/13 Day, Houston’s birthday on August 30, or just another weekend and you’ve got friends in town, we’ve got Houston-focused murals for ya. Houston Graffiti Building’s collection Let’s start with the Houston Graffiti Building, shall we? May as well! This one is pretty much a one-stop shop for Houston murals! … Continue reading

Baking Bread 101: Where to Get Sourdough Starter in Houston
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Baking Bread 101: Where to Get Sourdough Starter in Houston

Have you been pressured into making your own bread during a global yeast crisis and decided that social distancing with sourdough in Houston is going to be your new quarantine hobby? Same. Well, actually I’ve my boyfriend has been making fresh sourdough in Houston since December. Through trial and error, we’ve he’s learned a few … Continue reading

10+ Streaming Shows and Movies Featuring Houstonians or Filmed in Houston
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10+ Streaming Shows and Movies Featuring Houstonians or Filmed in Houston

If you’ve already finished Tiger King and are looking for your next binge, might I tempt you with some Houston-related finds? I’ve scoured the internet to round up a few of my recommendations for shows and movies to watch that are somehow related to Houston — whether they were filmed here or feature a Houstonian. Happy … Continue reading