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Aug. 19
2020
Call for Artists: Midtown Houston Arts Micro Grants
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  Bustling with public art and cultural landmarks, Midtown Houston has been recognized as a Texas Arts and Entertainment District...
Aug. 12
2020
MidtownHOU Arts Micro Grants
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Midtown Houston has awarded six organizational grants of $4,000 and seven individual artist grants of $1,500, allowing artists and art...
Jul. 05
2020
Live Music and Craft Brews at Midtown Houston’s Virtual Party
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Photo of Luke Whitney, who'll be performing live at this month's Beats & Eats Now that we’re seeing an uptick...
Jun. 23
2020
Mask Up in Midtown Houston
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Once again, Mayor Sylvester Turner has called on all Houstonians to mask up to help slow the spread of COVID-19....
Jun. 17
2020
Midtown Management District Board Announces New Officers
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The Midtown Management District (MMD) Board of Directors has elected new officers– residents, changemakers and business owners who reside in the...
May. 28
2020
Socializing and Social Distancing in Midtown Houston
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Photo via Instagram user @suzieflores This week Mayor Sylvester Turner announced that the City of Houston will close businesses that...
May. 19
2020
Experience the Arts Virtually in Midtown Houston
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Photo of Houston artist Kelli Wassomwww.kelliwassom.com The pandemic has impacted small businesses across the city, but local artists have been...
Feb. 19
2020
Midtown Park Wins The 2020 ULI Houston Development of Distinction Award and The People’s Choice Award
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Midtown Park Wins The 2020 ULI Houston Development of Distinction Award and The People’s Choice Award Houston, TX, February 6,...
Feb. 20
2019
Guest Post: Why I Wheelie Love Midtown Houston
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We're excited to introduce a new series featuring local bloggers and influencers as they capture their experiences in Midtown Houston....
Jan. 15
2018
Winner: Australia-based Caydon breaks ground on Midtown’s first high rise
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The 27-story tower, at 2850 Fannin St., will be the first high-rise property in Midtown, and first move-ins are expected in mid-2019.