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Irreplaceable Homes

Get an inside look at three remarkable Houston homes with a history, including the mayor's

By Shelby Hodge

H-Town's developer-crazed growth has yet to consume all of our architectural gems from previous centuries and The Heritage Society is quick to salute historic buildings with great stories ...

The Heritage Society’s See Irreplaceable Places: Esperson Building

The last in The Heritage Society’s Spring See Irreplaceable Places Series is at Esperson Building, the cornerstone of the future in downtown Houston. Built in 1927, the Niels Esperson buildin

Heritage Society's Spring SIP (See Irreplaceable Places) Series

Houston is full of historic buildings with unique stories to tell. The Heritage Society shares these buildings and stories, providing a chance for you to see irreplaceable places. Join on Feb.

Building Arts Lecture Series: "Foundation Stabilization at the Kellum-Noble House" by Patrick Sparks

Since 1847, the Kellum-Noble House has stood near Buffalo Bayou, dwarfed in more recent years by the nearby skyscrapers that have come to define the city of Houston. The oldest remaining building i

Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture Series: "The Old 300: Gone to Texas" by Paul Spellman

Learn about the saga of the American westward migration to Texas between 1817 and 1825, the story of 300 families who made their way from all across the United States and four countries to settle i

Calendar Closeup

Your weekly guide to Houston: Five (plus) don't-miss events — Jewish Christmas fun included

By Joel Luks

On tap this week is a mega art sale, a wine wholesale shop-a-thon, a twinkling tour that celebrates Houston's iconic past, a performance in which Manischewitz and Santa play nice and an inspiri ...

Heritage Society's 52nd Annual Candlelight Tour

Create holiday magic for friends and family with decorated buildings, historic characters relating stories of the past, hand bells, flutes and bagpipes filling the park with holiday music. Houston

Jerry & Marvy Finger Lecture Series: Dimond Knoll Archeology Site by Jason W. Barrett

In the fall of 1996, TxDOT-sponsored archeological investigations resulted in the discovery of a prehistoric site on a low floodplain mound along the banks of Cypress Creek in northwestern Harris C

Building Arts Lecture Series: Preserving Wood Elements: Millwork in Historic Houses and Buildings by Gary Cernoch

Admired for their beauty and craftsmanship, wood elements such as doors, windows, moldings, shutters and other architectural details — collectively known as millwork — add ornamentation

Young Houstonians for Old Houston History Pub Crawl

Join Young Houstonians for Old Houston to tour historic downtown Houston from a double decker bus. The historic tour will include Sam Houston Park and Market Square, along with a few drink stops as

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