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Market Square Park undergoes a revamp to become weatherproof and concert friendly

By Tyler Rudick

Along with the ungodly heat of summer, Houston's second biggest weather foe is rain . . .  And while Market Square Park may not have a bayou running through it, the historic ...


kissing for a cause

Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! goes ice skating

By Promoted Series Correspondent

This is the final week for Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! The giant kiss-ball swinging from a 15-foot-tall candy cane makes its last stop at downtown’s Discovery Green park, to highlight t ...


Mistletoe on the Go!

Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! goes dancing

By Promoted Series Correspondent

Where is Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! this week? The giant mistletoe ball swinging from a 15-foot-tall candy cane has stopped at Fish Plaza in front of the Wortham Theater Center to h ...


kissing for a cause

Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! is flying high

By Promoted Series Correspondent

Peter Pan may be the boy who never grew up, but former Olympic gymnast Cathy Rigby has. Rigby has been touring in the play Peter Pan since 1972 and when it hits The Hobby Center for the Performing ...


kissing for a cause

Wanted: Wedding Crashers for Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! at Market Square Park

By Promoted Series Correspondent

Everyone kisses under the mistletoe, but one lucky couple will be getting married under a giant mistletoe ball Dec. 8 at Market Square Park and YOU are invited! It’s all part of ...


Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go!

Kissing for a Cause: Macy's Mistletoe on the Go! is popping up all over downtown

By Promoted Series Correspondent

If someone wants to meet you under the mistletoe this holiday season, be sure and ask them where, because this season the mistletoe is on the go. Macy’s Mistletoe on the Go! puts the ...


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It's a monster! Houston's historic downtown movie theater reveals a new screening

By Whitney Radley

The Majestic Metro Theater has been through its fair share of changes since its opening as a silent movie house in 1926, showing everything from cowboy flicks to blaxploitation films to porno ...


Better signs, better business?

Mayor Parker pleads with citizens to support shops & restaurants along light rail construction

By Whitney Radley

No matter which way you travel in central Houston, it's tough to avoid a light rail in some phase of construction — but some argue that Houstonians shouldn't try to detour around thos ...


49th Annual Ann Arbor Film Festival at Market Square Park

Market Square Park

Houstonians are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets for a night of artist-made short films from the internationally recognized film festival, along with a pre-screening musical performance fr


Twitter Pushed to defy history

Houston to get its brewpub back: Freetail Brewing Co. set to open a downtown Houston location

By Caroline Gallay

Being that I'm in the midst of an investigation into why Houston has been without an operating brewpub since Two Rows closed in October, while other Texas markets like Austin get to have multip ...


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