Posted by Andy Johnston on April 05, 2016
Art, civic spirit and mischief have been fueling Houston’s Art Car movement for 30 years. An eye-spinning public event that lasts for days every spring, it peaks in a parade featuring more than 250 vehicles ranging from a wood-paneled pirate ship to a driveable high-heeled shoe.
Posted by Andy Johnston on March 10, 2016
This April, twelve interior design firms will converge at Sotheby’s to curate twelve different rooms of a house that offer fresh perspectives on the art of home décor.
Posted by Penny Jones on September 17, 2012
The Salvage Warehouse deconstructed homes and buildings slated for demolition and functioned as a repository for some of the best of Houston’s historic built environment. Homeowners of historic and older homes, remodelers and builders had access to a vital resource for decorative period finishes and obsolete but necessary antique carpentry and plumbing fixtures. An additional benefit, as important if not more so, was the positive environmental impact of keeping a significant amount of demolition debris out of over-burdened landfills.
Posted by Penny Jones on April 26, 2012
Looking for something festive? There’s usually something always going on in Houston, and April, May and June are no exception. Here are just a few festivals coming soon.
Posted by Penny Jones on August 26, 2011
Since 1984, National Night Out has been dedicated to strengthening neighborhood spirit and sending a message to criminals that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
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