Category Archives: Houston

NASA @ My Library: Thursday, February 20, 2018 at Aldine Public Library 4-6 PM

Have you heard of the NASA @ My Library program? The Harris County Library System won a grant that allows for several libraries through the system to hold programs with materials from NASA. Each branch will have slightly different events.

NASA @ My Library: Thursday, February 20, 2018 at Aldine Public Library 4-6 PM

Have you heard of the NASA @ My Library program? The Harris County Library System won a grant that allows for several libraries through the system to hold programs with materials from NASA. Each branch will have slightly different events.

Houston: Its Not Me, Its you – Anti-Valentines Art Show This Friday!

It’s Not Me, It’s you – Anti-Valentines Art Show February 9, 2018 7pm – 11pm Join us for this opening reception which will feature 30+ local artists and photographers. If you hate Valentines, or the idea of being mushy, or

Houston: Its Not Me, Its you – Anti-Valentines Art Show This Friday!

It’s Not Me, It’s you – Anti-Valentines Art Show February 9, 2018 7pm – 11pm Join us for this opening reception which will feature 30+ local artists and photographers. If you hate Valentines, or the idea of being mushy, or

TeenBookCon Returns to Houston on March 24th and You Won’t Believe This Lineup!

More than 25 of the most exciting, most talked about, well reviewed and most read authors of young adult literature will be in Houston on March 24th and you can hear them speak, ask them questions and have them sign

TeenBookCon Returns to Houston on March 24th and You Won’t Believe This Lineup!

More than 25 of the most exciting, most talked about, well reviewed and most read authors of young adult literature will be in Houston on March 24th and you can hear them speak, ask them questions and have them sign

How a Community Got Together to Give Skateboards to Kids – a Houston Story

The goal: Give local kids the opportunity to learn about, design, and build their own skateboard. Introduce them to the library, the skate park and other kids in the area and to give them a safe comfortable means to exercise. The

How a Community Got Together to Give Skateboards to Kids – a Houston Story

The goal: Give local kids the opportunity to learn about, design, and build their own skateboard. Introduce them to the library, the skate park and other kids in the area and to give them a safe comfortable means to exercise. The

“Bomb City” Trailer Drops Today!

In 1997 in Amarillo, Texas (nicknamed Bomb City because it is home to a nuclear weapons assembly plant) a young man, Brian Deneke was intentionally killed during a brawl. The film Bomb City focuses on the small window of time

“Bomb City” Trailer Drops Today!

In 1997 in Amarillo, Texas (nicknamed Bomb City because it is home to a nuclear weapons assembly plant) a young man, Brian Deneke was intentionally killed during a brawl. The film Bomb City focuses on the small window of time

Houston Art Shows – Markets Dec. 2-9, 2017

Houston provides no shortage of opportunities for locals to find and buy great local art. What better time to buy than Christmas? Texas Art Asylum is a must visit for anyone who creates. From doll parts to old photographs, fabrics

Houston Art Shows – Markets Dec. 2-9, 2017

Houston provides no shortage of opportunities for locals to find and buy great local art. What better time to buy than Christmas? Texas Art Asylum is a must visit for anyone who creates. From doll parts to old photographs, fabrics

HUE – Houston Mural Festival Brings Art to All

The third annual HUE – Houston Mural Festival wrapped this weekend, but the results can be enjoyed by all at a wall near you. Each year dozens of walls are chosen for redesign and artists curated by the one and

HUE – Houston Mural Festival Brings Art to All

The third annual HUE – Houston Mural Festival wrapped this weekend, but the results can be enjoyed by all at a wall near you. Each year dozens of walls are chosen for redesign and artists curated by the one and