10 Things to Do in Houston During Dry January
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10 Things to Do in Houston During Dry January

For the second year in a row, I’ll be doing dry January, which, for anyone who knows me, is a huge challenge for me! I’m very social and, let’s face it, being in your 20s and being social means you go to a lot of bars, wine nights, dinner with a bottle split, breweries for … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Celebrate 713 Day in Houston
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7 Ways to Celebrate 713 Day in Houston

July 13 is no ordinary Saturday this year. The day is 713 Day — Houston’s official unofficial holiday to celebrate itself. Seeing as were Houston’s official unofficial ambassadors, we’re taking this opportunity to guide you through this special day. Check out one of these 713 Day events Hopefully, the whole town will pick up on … Continue reading

The Blue (and Green!) Trees ARE BACK at Waugh and Memorial
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The Blue (and Green!) Trees ARE BACK at Waugh and Memorial

If you’ve been an observant passerby around the Waugh and Memorial intersection, you might have noticed that the trunks of the crepe myrtle trees inside the cloverleaf have been painted blue! The trees closes to Spotts Park (north east corner) are painted bright green, and those closest to the Dunlavy (south west corner) are painted … Continue reading