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2014 International Quilt Festival

George R. Brown Convention Center

Quilters and quilt lovers of all ages will flood Houston for the annual International Quilt Festival. More than 1,000 quilts and other fabric-art pieces are on display and for sale at the George R.

Houston Ranks High

Young and restless college grads flock to Houston in record numbers, new study says

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Although you might assume that today's college graduates are flocking to metro centers like New York or Washington D.C., it turns out they are moving to the Houston area in droves. Accordin ...

In Focus

Houston's underrated street style shown off by a local photographer with attitude: Arresting everyday fashion

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Local photographer Sean Askandari is exploring Houston's eclectic fashion scene like never before: On the street. Askandari, a fan of established street style blogs like The Sartorialist&nb ...

National Multiple Sclerosis Society's 2015 BP MS 150 Bike Ride

The 30st Annual BP MS 150 Bike Ride, the largest event of its kind and the leading fundraising ride for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, is a two-day, 180-mile journey from Houston to Austi

Turrell Sees The Light

Acclaimed artist James Turrell explains how he sees the light in wide-ranging inteview

By Tarra Gaines

Attempting to conduct a interview with the master of light, James Turrell, is a bit like trying to capture sunlight in your hand. No matter how focused the questions, the answers are going to spill ...

Top Women Young Professionals

The top young professionals groups for those interested in women: Mingle and make a big difference

By Elizabeth Rhodes

With so many organizations dedicated to Houston's young professionals, finding the right group for you can be quite a challenge. CultureMap's put together a breakdown of the leadin ...

Museum of Drawing, Houston inaugural exhibition opening reception: All Quiet: Same as it Never Was

The Museum of Drawing, Houston presents its inaugural exhibition, All Quiet: Same as it Never Was, by collaborating artists Joe Ives and Dan Fabian. The artists met in the University of Houston art

The City With No Limits Campaign Screening

George R. Brown Convention Center

Houstonians are proud of their city. Those who live in the Houston region are also keen about nightlife, arts, culture and dining. In order for the region to attract and build its economic base and

Condo Fever Takes Over

Condo fever rules Texas: It's only the start of the townhouse and condo craze — many more are coming

By Barbara Kuntz

It's not just Houston's sultry summer weather that's heating up. Condominium and townhouse sales are also hot, with an average double-digit growth among Texas' four major cities ...

World Refugee Day Houston 2014

Houston is home to 70,000 refugees from 78 different countries. Houston's diversity, booming economy and culture are in part a result of refugees who have brought new flavors and zest from thei

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