If you’re a frequent visitor to Midtown Houston’s Bagby Park at 415 Gray St., you might notice some changes underway. The Midtown Redevelopment Authority (MRA) is upgrading the park to add new features from now until the fall of this year. “The upcoming renovations at Bagby Park will enhance the overall experience for park visitors,”
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Mark Thursday nights on your calendar as a standing date for Beer and Beards. Admission is free, and you don’t even need a beard to join in the fun, but if you have one, come show it off.
Yes, the rare snow in Houston was pretty while it lasted, but now it’s time to take off your boots, put on some kicks, and get moving. You know what your New Year’s resolution was, right? Get fit, get strong, get active, meet new people –– does any of that sound familiar? In Midtown
Did you eat an extra piece of pie on Thanksgiving Day? With whipped cream or ice cream on top? Well, that may be the least of your concerns. According to the Calorie Control Council, the average American consumes 4,500 calories in their Thanksgiving meal, and about 229 grams of fat. And then come the
You’ll find plenty of reasons to smile as you jumpstart your holiday shopping at Midtown Houston’s Mistletoe Market. From 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, November 18 and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, November 19, this free event in Bagby Park (415 Gray Street) will showcase fine arts and crafts and
Halloween may be the scariest night of the year, but the only thing you need to fear is missing out on a fabulous time if you don’t join us at Boo!chata in Midtown Houston. This celebration of music, dance, and colorful costumes will haunt Bagby Park, 415 Gray Street (between Bagby St. and Brazos St.
(Photo courtesy of ABC13.com) Houston is currently under a Hurricane Watch. Houston residents can expect to see a significant amount of rainfall over the next five days, which will likely lead to flooding. We’ve put together useful resources and advice below that will help you and your family stay safe. How to Quickly and Easily
Have an Open Conversation With a Local Police Officer at Upcoming Midtown Houston Coffee With a Cop Event
Coffee is a daily habit that many of us love to indulge in. It gets us energized or provides comfort when we need reassurance. It also makes for great common ground when you have the chance to chat openly with a police officer about your concerns, questions or shared interests. Join us at Midtown
Honor and enjoy Independence Day by exploring Midtown Houston’s proud American history during one of our many curated events. Whether you’re celebrating this star-spangled holiday week among family over the grille or with friends by the pool, there are tons of events happening right here in Midtown that will spice up your usual traditions.
Midtown Houston is rapidly expanding its appeal as a locus for culture, modernity and economic resiliency. The three organizations that drive advancements while preserving Midtown Houston’s original charm – Midtown Redevelopment Authority / Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 2, Midtown Management District and Midtown Parks Conservancy – have devised a range of new developments for