“If anything in this life is certain, if history has taught us anything, it is that you can TAP anyone.”
It’s April once again, the best time to celebrate the poet in everyone as the world observes National Poetry Month. Indulge the lyricist, the writer and the artist in you by treating yourself to the best poetry spots in Houston.
Now that spring is in the air, make sure to come out and see what Houston has to offer! Fine art and wine, crafts, children’s games, dance and much more can all be found this spring in the Bayou City.
The old silos and storage buildings give the place a historical feel and amazing character.Adding to the mystique is a rumor the property is paranormally active! There’s no telling if there’s any truth to that, but one thing is for certain…
Make sure to check out these events and exhibitions in Houston that celebrate the hard work and perseverance of women in America.
Texas, home to many American presidents including Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon Johnson, George H.W. and George W. Bush, keeps the rich American history alive through its variety of establishments and events promoting American culture. As we all celebrate Presidents Day today, reconnecting with our nation’s history is a great way to get in touch with our nation’s colorful journey. In Houston, check out what our city has in store for you.
Black History Month, always celebrated in February, is an important reminder to Americans to reflect and truly learn about not only the history of African-Americans in local communities, but how these citizens have influenced and changed the way this country works. As a culturally diverse city, Houston has many ways for people to celebrate Black History Month and learn more about this diverse and important part of American culture. Don’t miss out on these events, exhibitions and shows this February!
Knitting has once again become more mainstream. Make sure to check out these great places in Houston for knitting classes and shopping.
Four years after President Barack Obama celebrated his historic inauguration as president of the United States, the nation’s leader will be honored once more for winning the last presidential election as he begins to serve another term at the White House. You can be part of this momentous occasion, even from Houston. Celebrate the president and his inaugural ceremony Jan. 21 just by exploring America’s fourth largest city.
Don’t miss out on the best exhibitions coming to Houston in 2013.
Celebrity runs in the family. These famous Hollywood moms have famous kids, too.
Take an enchanting trip for Valentine’s Day. Tour the world’s most romantic cities, in photos.