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Five Reasons to Eat in Midtown Houston This Fall

Midtown Houston boasts a diverse range of restaurants sure to please any palate. From Mexican establishments to French cafes and Eastern European spots to classic American brunch, Midtown Houston has it all. You can support the Midtown Houston community over delicious meals during a special edition of eat IN midtown this fall. The month-long culinary

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Eat In Midtown

  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.

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Build Community With Local Law Enforcement at Midtown Houston’s National Night Out in October

  National Night Out will hold special meaning for all Houstonian’s  as we  unite neighbors and law enforcement through friendly, family-oriented celebrations. Here’s how you can join this event in Midtown Houston. Have you ever wanted to know more about the men and women in uniform who devote their lives to ensuring safety and security

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After the Storm: Groceries, Giving Back and Supporting Local Businesses in Midtown Houston

  First, we want to make sure you’re okay. If you need help, dial 311 inside Houston. Outside Houston, dial 211. We’ve put together useful resources and advice below that will help you and your family recover, in addition to information on giving back and getting around. Giving Back St. John’s UMC has opened a

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Stay + Play: Top 5 Midtown Houston Airbnb Rentals and Nearby Local Favorites

  Visiting Midtown Houston for the first time (or second, third or fourth time)? We’ve put together five of the best local Airbnbs and the hottest activities to enjoy nearby. Airbnb rentals are perfect for adventurers, casual travelers, families and business people. They let you live like a local in the comfort of a unique

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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

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Top 5 Outdoor Events in Midtown Houston You’ll Love This Fourth of July Holiday Week

  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.

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Midtown Houston Infrastructure Update: Current and Future Developments in the Community

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

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Stay Iced Up at the Official Pre Party of the Texas AdvoCare Kickoff in Bagby Park

We “Stay Iced Up,” with local legend Paul Wall’s classic Heart of a Champion album as the central theme of the free Bud Light “Party in the Park” concert and Rico’s happy hour scheduled for Friday, September 2, 2016 in @midtownHOU’s @BagbyPark, located at 415 Gray St. While we rarely require an excuse to party in @MidtownHOU, this is a celebration

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Ready to Kick Brass, the Bayou City Brass Band Delivers a Rocking Good Time

“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

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