After many months of anticipation, Super Bowl LI has finally made it to H-Town! The big game will bring many events, celebrities and excitement to the city, so why not get in on all the action taking place? Here are a few activities you can get into during Super Bowl 2017 week here in Houston.
This next stop for Houston Restaurant Weeks was Grace’s located in the very prestigious neighborhood of Upper Kirby and River Oaks.
Ford Motor Company is presenting their new initiative where vehicles will be made to include various car components that are made of sustainable products. Through a cooking class, Ford shared how these sustainable products will help the environment and create a better way to produce vehicles. Continue reading
It’s that time of year again! HOUSTON RESTAURANT WEEKS! What initially started as a week-long effort to raise money for the Houston Food Bank, HRW has become a month of Houstonians discovering new eateries and restaurant doing their part to give back.
Ice Cube has new movies out in theaters and in stores now!
Young Krizzle’s ‘Pay Attention’ tour made its Houston stop late Sunday evening at Warehouse Live located on the outskirts of downtown. Many supporters of Big K.R.I.T. packed and smoked out the venue, making the whole night one to remember. The homie KRIT surely did not disappoint and provided a wonderful, star-studded show. Continue reading
The Houston Museum of African-American Culture were recently hosts to the Kinsey Collection, an exhibit that celebrates the achievements of African-American’s throughout the race’s entire history, and is product of the research from Bernard and Shirley Kinsey. The amazing exhibit features many documents, pictures, and artifacts that tell the complete story of Blacks and the African-Americans across the world. This exhibit teaches so much about our heritage and I left the exhibit enlightened and more knowledgeable about the contributions my people have made in this world. Continue reading
The story of Dracula has been told for ages, but not quite like this. Houston’s remarkable Alley Theatre presents the spooky story in a way that is sure to be with you forever. The set, immaculately designed by the renowned Edward Gorey, is breathtaking in all three acts and matches perfectly with the ghoulish tale. Set in Late 19th Century London, witnessing the demise of Dracula brought to you by an awesome cast is a spectacular way to prepare you for the Halloween season. Continue reading
Looking for something to do for a fun date night? Or maybe even an unconventional girls night in? Well Painting With A Twist should be at the top of your list! Painting and sipping wine sounds like a bad combination, but you’re bound to make fun memories with this great activity. Continue reading