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Bayou City Art Festival 2017

46th Annual Bayou City Art Festival Memorial Park is THIS weekend!    • 300 Artists • Music • Food Trucks •   A portion of the proceeds go to 6 local nonprofits! General Admission $15 / Kids $5 Friday 3/24 thru Sunday 3/26 from 10 – 6 Located at Memorial Park Inside 610 and Memorial Drive Memorial […]

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Benefits of Using a Realtor in Houston

All realtors® are not the same. While realtors® are committed to treat all parties to a transaction honestly, they have a fiduciary responsibility to the party they represent, i.e. buyer or seller. Realtors® subscribe to a strict code of ethics and are expected to maintain a higher level of knowledge of the process of buying […]

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Houston Food Trucks

I love to eat and for the most part I like healthy food (meaning REAL food that’s grown in the ground and not processed) so I don’t eat much fast food. Seven times out of ten I am in a hurry so I am all about quick, good food. Just thinking of fast food chains […]

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Oak Forest Eateries

As in my previous post Oak Forest eateries are now providing us foodies w/ even more options! My 2 Oak Forest favorites – El Rey & Plonk. Where to start? El Rey is not new, but Oak Forest was their first location and have expanded to 4 locations – Washington, I10/Bunker Hill and Downtown. This […]

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Timbergrove Eateries

Timbergrove doesn’t only offer beautiful homes Inner Loop but it offers a small array of delicious eateries close by. Kojak’s and Pappa Geno’s are my favorite Timbergrove eateries. Both mom and pop shops with a generous warmth. Pappa Geno’s is located at 1801 Ella Blvd, Ste C 77008 next to one of Houson’s privately owned […]

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Heights – New Eateries

Heights – one of the most eccentric areas of Houston. A mix of antique and modern, history and warmth, never ending charm. This area has everything and is in the Heart of Houston. Close to everything and seemingly in its own world in more ways than one. You really don’t have to leave the Heights […]

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Future 290 Expansion & Lane Closures

I grew up off 290/Beltway and lived there while commuting to University of Houston and while working in downtown. Back then, traffic wasn’t near as bad as it is now and of course when I drove, I did my makeup, ate and ALWAYS made sure to have good music! I cannot be in the car […]

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