The Texas Taco Music Fest is a unique celebration of fun, food, music and Latin culture to raise money for cultural programs.
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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.
Many of Midtown Houston’s area businesses were severely impacted by Hurricane Harvey. To counteract this effect, we are launching a special fall edition of our annual campaign, eat IN midtown. This 30-day campaign will spur dining visits in the area and inform the public of Midtown Houston restaurants, their unique offerings and special promotions.
Public art is one of the many ways our Midtown Houston community beautifies the environment while adding cultural value. The Community Artists’ Collective (The Collective) – one of Houston’s most treasured community art spaces – recently installed a large, colorful sculpture called Quilt Peace in front of the Bermac Art Building at 4101 San
Have you ever wanted to make a direct impact on your community? Now’s your opportunity to do just that while holding a significant leadership position. Bring your ideas and help shape the future of Midtown Houston by volunteering on the Midtown Management District (MMD) Board of Directors. The Board needs individuals with time to develop programs
Choosing a long-term living space isn’t a choice to make lightly. Where you live can have a significant effect on your overall happiness and sense of stability. We adore Calais Midtown Apartments because it can satisfy both of those needs. It also doesn’t hurt that it’s part of the nationally top rated Venterra Living
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.
Ever find yourself hopping from bar to bar because none have the full package of delicious drinks, solid vibes and quality entertainment? We’ve got the solution with this week’s Midtown Stay + Play selection: Let your hair down in Midtown Houston by enjoying your weekend at Glitter Karaoke.
“Brass on the Grass” Summer Series at Bagby Park Will Thomas had his image of jazz musicians shaped by his influential father Bubbha Thomas, a five-time Grammy nominated drummer who founded the Houston International Jazz Festival, August Jazz Month, and the Summer Jazz Workshop. When Thomas thinks of jazz, he visualizes the quiet cool many