#TravelTuesday: 3 Reasons to Visit Houston’s Memorial Green Today

by Gabi De la Rosa on January 29, 2019

There are plenty of places to eat and shop in Houston, but Houston’s newest mixed-use community, Memorial Green, is not your typical strip mall. Nestled in the Memorial Villages, Memorial Green is nearly 15 acres...

Sounds of Turkuaz: a Little R&B, Psychedelia & a Whole Lotta Funk

by Lisa Davis on January 21, 2019

With a kaleidoscope of colors, sounds and individual personalities, the vibrant and explosive funk music of Turkuaz is winning over fans and critics alike. Since hitting the music scene in 2011, the Brooklyn-based nine-piece ensemble...

BowiElvis Fest Celebrates Rock Icon Birthdays In Houston and Austin

by Julie Bonnin on January 10, 2019

On the Saturday before Elvis and David Bowie’s shared birthday, Pecos Hank wailed his fast-paced version of “Blue Moon of Kentucky,” then segued seamlessly into “Suffragette City,” and people dressed as Ziggy Stardust, Princess Leia...

10 Perfect Places Across Texas to See Holiday Lights

by Rebekah Pierce on December 3, 2018

Having trouble deciding how you want to decorate your lawn for the holidays this year? Don’t worry. In Texas, there are hundreds of places to go to see the most beautiful and festive lights this...

12 Hot Houston Shops For the Holidays & Beyond

by Emily Bond on November 30, 2018

Houston’s a shopper’s paradise. Narrowing down the best stores this holiday season is no small feat, but we’ve rounded up local shops for everyone on your list. The holidays are coming and thankfully, Houston is...

Five Minutes With Lauren Bush Lauren, CEO & Co-Founder, FEED Projects

by Emily Bond on November 20, 2018

Former model and granddaughter to President George H.W. Bush and the late First Lady Barbara Bush, Lauren created FEED Projects to help end global hunger after serving as a World Food Programme spokesperson. It was...

#Brilliant Pairings: Giving Thanks With American Wines

by Robin Barr Sussman on November 19, 2018

A cheat sheet for procrastinators! Thursday, November 22 is Thanksgiving, an American holiday started in 1621 by the Pilgrims at Plymouth with a feast to celebrate the harvest and to thank the Wampanoag Indians for...

#FoodieFriday: Catching the Flavors of Mexico at La Fisheria

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 9, 2018

Want to take a culinary trip to Mexico without leaving Houston? Head over to La Fisheria in the Bayou city’s downtown area for the next best thing to visiting the Mexican coast. La Fisheria has...