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Archive | November, 2015

Source: AA Roads, Major road through North Houston by Kevin Trinkle

Northside of Houston: Booming With Business & Affordability

The Northside of Houston sounds like a vague gesture to the compass point but in fact the Northside is another of Houston’s communities that’s growing up fast. Home to some of the biggest businesses in Houston, the Northside enjoys the home-base store of Gallery Furniture: a Houston staple, landmark, and all-around attraction. It’s the Houston […]

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Source: Houston Parks Board

The Hidden Gem of Levy Park

I’ll bet many Houstonians have been somewhere near Levy Park recently – catching a film at Edward’s Greenway, shopping or dining in the Upper Kirby area. However, most people have no idea about the fantastic little oasis of Levy Park tucked back behind the apartment complexes, business buildings and restaurants that pack down Richmond on […]

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Source: Go Galveston

Bring in the Holidays at Moody Gardens’ Festival of Lights!

If you’re looking for something to enjoy with the kids or a special someone, the worst kept secret in Houston is Moody Gardens’ Festival of Lights! Running from November 14th the way until January 10th, Moody Gardens’ light show is the Houston equivalent of the Rockefeller Plaza Christmas Tree. There are more than ONE MILLION lights with […]

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Source: Timbergrove Manor

Timbergrove, the Best of Both Worlds

Located just northwest of Downtown Houston and west of the Heights, Timbergrove Manor  is one of Houston’s oldest neighborhoods. Its convenient location allows for easy access to many parts of the city, while still positioning itself in a safe residential area for families to raise their children. Today, Timbergrove mostly consists of classic one-story brick homes, and […]

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