Austin | Dallas | Houston
Sort By:   Most Recent  |  Most Relevant
Search within
Search Type:

20 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 2
Refine By:   Events (8)   Lists (0)   News (12)   Places (0)

2014 East End Street Fest

The East End Street Fest is an annual celebration of the rich culture and history found in the East End, home to some of the oldest Hispanic neighborhoods thriving in Houston. Bring the family and


History comes alive

A three-month party: Parades, performances & pop-up art celebrate Houston's East End

By Joel Luks

With a whack of a champagne bottle that burst into a billow of confetti, Mayor Annise Parker christened a large float-cum-art sculpture by Sharon Engelstein as a gesture that launched a three-month ...


Houston Arts Alliance presents Transported + Renewed

Houstonians' love affair with movement, transformation and reinvention is at the heart of Transported + Renewed, a bold mix of community-based and contemporary art projects organized by Ho


Walk For The Woods Project 2014

The Woods Project will hold its third annual history walk, titled "Walk for the Woods Project 2014." The 5K walk in Houston's East End neighborhood and along Buffalo Bayou featur


Tragic turn

The deadliest corner in Houston? Cars keep crashing into the Bayou at this East End spot

By Tyler Rudick

A hazardous East End corner claimed its second victim in a month after a driver crashed his truck into Buffalo Bayou just west of Wayside Drive this weekend. The Houston Police Department ...


Like coming home

Ninfa's new neighbor competitor restaurant opens with a bang, heating up the Tex-Mex battle

By Tyler Rudick

After more than a decade, the Laurenzo family is back on Navigation — the East End thoroughfare where matriarch Mama Ninfa Laurenzo opened her namesake cafe in 1973. "This ...


The Woods Project's "Walk for the Woods"

The 5K walk features historic stops as it traces the residential, commercial and park areas along Buffalo Bayou that shape the East End community. The Woods Project is a nonprofit organization that


Video Tale

The unofficial mayor of EaDo: Difference maker Felix Fraga on a lifetime in the East End

By Houston's Voice Correspondent

It was more than 80 years ago when Felix Fraga settled in Houston's East End. Ripley House, which opened in 1940, helped him stay in school and pursue a degree in social work at the Univer ...


A Neighborhood Centers first

Everyone's welcome: A mariachi-style reopening for Ripley House Middle School

By Joel Luks

It may be that the typical ribbon-cutting ceremony is a photo op to recognize philanthropists and investors that support people doing good. Mundane speeches, check presentations and unveilings are ...


First Ever EaDo Pub Crawl

Guests will enjoy drinks, food and live music, and an appearance by the Houston Dynamo Girls. The first 400 participants that register on-site will receive a free limited edition Saint Arnold Brewi


20 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 2
Refine By:   Events (8)   Lists (0)   News (12)   Places (0)

Newsletters for exploring your city

Daily Digest

Houston news, views + events

The Dining Report

News you can eat

Insider Offers

Curated experiences at exclusive prices

Promo Alerts

Special offers + exclusive deals

We will not share or sell your email address

Featured CultureLists