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Houston Maritime Museum History Lecture: "USS Tang: The Best of the Best with Laurence Shallenberger"

USS Tang (SS-306) was a Balao Class submarine commissioned in October 1943 and served in the Pacific Theater of operations during World War II. Her gifted and aggressive skipper, commander Richard

Houston's Tear Down Shame

Tearing down history: Houston's shameful disdain of historic preservation must stop — bulldozer city stinks

By Ralph Bivins

Houston’s bulldozer crowd has dominated things long enough. Tearing down anything that stands in the way of making a quick buck is not smart business for Houston. Our city leaders of the ...

31st Annual Texian Market Days Festival

The 31st annual Texian Market Days Festival brings more than 100 years of Texas history alive in one day of festivities. Held at the picturesque 480-acre George Ranch Historical Park (just 30 minut

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

Heritage Family Day: Remembering Our Soldiers

Join The Heritage Society at Heritage Family Day to remember the soldiers from World War I. Children and their families can take part in "holystoning," a process of scrubbing and whi

Houston Museum of African American Culture Lecture: "What You Didn't Learn in High School History"

Experience an evening of enlightenment and inspiration as historian and renowned art collector Bernard Kinsey takes you on a journey of discovery through many untold stories of African American his

Jerry and Marvy Finger Lecture Series: The History of the Port of Houston-A Story of Sheer Will by David Falloure

The Port of Houston celebrates the centennial of the Houston Ship Channel, which officially opened in November of 1914. David Falloure is a local author presenting a comprehensive and inspiring acc

Holocaust Museum Houston hosts "Bonhoeffer Tours"

Holocaust Museum Houston

Holocaust Museum Houston will offer tours that focus on the life and ministry of the German Lutheran theologian pastor Dietrich Bonhoeffer, whose actions against the Nazi Party and his message

Houston Museum of African American Culture lecture: "Own the Mask, Own the Town: Contesting Yoruba History, Memory and Identity" by John Thabiti Willis

Nigeria, Africa's most populous country, is a state that's still grappling with its national identity in the wake of ethnic tensions and religious conflict. Own the Mask, Own the Town: Cont

Heritage Society exhibition opening: Answering The Call to Serve Camp Logan, Houston, Texas 1917–1919

This summer marks 100 years since Germany invaded Belgium and Europe went to war. When the United States entered the global conflict in April of 1917, the country was unprepared. In an effort to mo

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