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2015 B.K. Smith Lecture in History: "Why It Is Time to Take a New Look at 1914 and Why It Matters a Century Later" by Michael S. Neiberg

With backgrounds in social history, military history, French history and American history, Michael S. Neiberg has published widely on the theme of war in the world, especially in the era of the two


Bayou Bend Family Day: African-American Heritage

Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens

A day of fun and entertainment awaits visitors at Bayou Bend Family Days. Activities, music, demonstrations, performances, craft workshops, giveaways and more abound throughout the home and gardens


Whatever Floats

Quick change of party venue introduces guests to creative EaDo lab where anything is possible

By Joel Luks

Quick on their feet, the Houston Arts Alliance crew decided that moving this party from the Buffalo Bayou Silos to Houston Makerspace was the right thing to do as precipitation threatened to rain o ...


Author Talk and Book Signing: Houston's Forgotten Heritage

Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Join authors Dorothy Knox Howe Houghton, Barrie Scardino Bradley and Katherine Howe as they celebrate the just-released reprint of their award-winning history book, Houston's Forgotten Heritage


Heritage Society exhibit opening: Paper in Pieces, Larger Than Life: The Art of Avril Falgout

See a dozen of Avril Falgout's expressive and unique sculpted figures of paper mache at The Heritage Society from Nov. 6 through Jan. 17, 2015. Paper in Pieces, Larger Than Life: The Art of Avr


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


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