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Source: Zillow, Addicks Stone Village

The Affluent, Yet Humble Neighborhood of Addicks Park Ten

For years, Addicks has endured as a refuge for the hard working Houstonians who love those wide open spaces. It has lasted and stayed relatively small for Houstonians who want both the perks of an urban environment and the know-your-neighbor neighborhoods of a small town. According to the Texas State Historical Association, this neighborhood has […]

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Source: City of Sugar Land

HMNS at Sugar Land

When someone talks about the Houston Museum of Natural Science, your brain may automatically picture the Museum District. And, for those of you living out in the ever-growing West side of town, that may not be a trek you’re looking forward to making with the kids too often. But, did you know that there is […]

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Source: CultureMap Houston

Pepperoni’s: Authentic New York Style Pizza With Bang

Pizza anyone? Pepperoni’s has opened up shop in central Houston after successful franchises everywhere form Katy to Rosenberg and all over Fort Bend County, and it’s not your average pizza delivery place. The concept behind Pepperoni’s is simple, and yet difficult for places like Pizza Hut to deliver authentically: fresh food, made-to-order with awesome custom […]

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