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Ray Miller Park

Ray Miller Park: A 15-Acre Beauty in West Houston

Posted: November 12, 2018 at 4:46 pm   /   Parks & Outdoor, Recent Posts

Ray Miller Park would be an easy one to miss seeing. The address is 1800 Eldridge Parkway, Houston, Texas 77007. My husband and I have ridden past this gem of a small park countless times and never noticed it. One day out of the corner of my eye I happened to see it, and we […]

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Shanghai River Restaurant fortune cookies

Shanghai River Restaurant, Houston Classic Chinese Restaurant Since 1970

Posted: November 7, 2018 at 7:46 pm   /   Recent Posts, Restaurants

An Oldie but Goodie! Shanghai River Restaurant has stood the test of time! This eating establishment serving Hunan and Szechuan cuisine has been in this same location since 1970. The address is 2407 Westheimer (near Kirby), Houston, Texas 77098. People familiar with that part of town know it is in the River Oaks area. My […]

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Sculpture #3, Where Art Meets Science by Fariba Abedin

“Obstacle Art Path” is 5th Annual Heights Blvd. Sculpture Show

Posted: October 19, 2018 at 6:15 pm   /   Art & Culture, Recent Posts, Sculptures

5th Annual Heights Boulevard Sculpture Show “Obstacle Art Path” is the name of this year’s annual curated sculpture show located in the Houston Heights of Houston, Texas. The wide Houston Heights Boulevard has these eight new sculptures distributed between the 400 to 1800 blocks through December 15, 2018. If you wish to purchase one of […]

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National Museum of Funeral History Annual Halloween Haunted House Exhibit

National Museum of Funeral History Haunted House

Posted: October 13, 2018 at 3:13 am   /   Events, Museums, Recent Posts

Annual Halloween Haunted House Can you think of a better place to take your family and friends during Halloween than to a funeral museum to experience a haunted house exhibit? It can be done right here in Houston, Texas at the one-of-a-kind National Museum of Funeral History. Haunted house locations are numerous at this time […]

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Wonderland Sculpture in Evelyn's Park

Evelyn’s Park with Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter Tea Party

Posted: September 25, 2018 at 5:13 pm   /   Art & Culture, Bellaire, Houston Metro Area, Parks & Outdoor, Recent Posts, Sculptures

Wonderland Sculpture in Evelyn’s Park This 24-foot long sculpture created by artist Bridgette Mongeon must be seen to be believed! Seeing all of it may take some time, effort, and dedicated sleuthing on the part of visitors. The reason for this is because, in addition to the large ten-foot table as well as eight to […]

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Houston Sculptures – 3 Different Red Painted Steel Ones!

Posted: June 6, 2018 at 8:32 pm   /   Art & Culture, Recent Posts, Sculptures

Houston Sculptures There are so many sculptures on display in our fine city and the metropolitan area of Houston that it would take some dedicated effort to photograph and display them all in one place.  Today I am featuring just three of them.  What they have in common as can easily be seen in the […]

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Burroughs Park | Fabulous 320 Acre Park in Tomball, TX

Posted: March 2, 2017 at 5:59 pm   /   Houston Metro Area, Parks & Outdoor, Recent Posts, Tomball

Burroughs Park is a fabulous large Harris County park within Precinct 4.  My husband and I recently explored this 320 acre park in the latter part of February on one of the few cooler days that we have had this winter in the Houston metro area.  We actually got to don jackets for our outdoor […]

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Juneteenth Meaning & Charles Criner Art Posters

Posted: October 22, 2016 at 2:56 pm   /   Art & Culture, Fine Art, Museums, Recent Posts

Artist Charles Criner For more information about this talented and creative artist check out the article titled Heart & Soul of Art by Charles Criner. If you click on the above referenced article, you will have more of an idea of just what goes into a Charles Criner piece of art. He creates many original […]

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