Posted on · The festival has implemented a ‘Pay What You Can’ system that allows Houstonians to pay as little as $10 to participate in the festivities.
Posted on · Parts of West 19th Street will be closed to vehicular traffic for the first time since 2019. There are White Linen Night events on that thoroughfare as well as on White Oak Drive and in other parts of the Heights.
Posted on · More than 100 players from across the United States and beyond will compete Friday through Sunday in singles, doubles and women's tournaments. The event is open to the public and free to attend.
Posted on · Discovery Green will hold activities such as salsa dancing, gardening classes, and more during the extended hours.
Posted on · The 53-year-old ice rink has been closed since May while undergoing its most extensive renovation to date. It is expected to reopen July 10, according to the company that operates the rink.
Posted on · The vision for the four-day event, being organized by Gow Companies, is to serve as a world's fair for sports, with attractions for community members as well as those in the athletic, gaming and technology industries.
Posted on · The annual event, which started in Katy in 2008, has become the largest comic and pop culture event in Texas.
Posted on · The second annual AAPI Festival is scheduled for 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds.
Posted on · A variety of holiday-themed activities and events are scheduled for Friday through Sunday around the Houston region. Some are family-friendly, some of more geared toward adults, and some are free.
Posted on · A variety of free, holiday-themed events are planned for this weekend, with some catering to adults and others to families.
Posted on · The 36th annual parade featuring decorated automobiles is scheduled for Saturday afternoon. A variety of related events, including a sneak peek, celebratory ball and awards ceremony, will be held beforehand and afterward.
Posted on · Sea lions, penguins and giant Galapagos tortoises are among the animals featured in the new $70 million exhibit, which the Houston Zoo bills as the first of its kind in the world.
Posted on · Houston officials say they are ready to host thousands as the NCAA Men's Basketball championship takes place. Officials warn against drunk driving and say there will be increased law enforcement across the city.
Posted on · Houston is heading outdoors for the first weekend of spring with events celebrating art, music and culture.
Posted on · The free entertainment venue in Hermann Park, which starts its 2023 season this Friday, has launched a $12.5 million capital campaign for renovations and improvements.