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Nearly 50 years after the original 1977 Women’s Conference, another convention by and for women (and those affected by misogyny and sexism) is being held in the same city where its historic predecessor held its gathering, from August 12th-14th at the George R. Brown Convention Center.

Got any memorial weekend plans? Check out So What?!

WolffFest 2022, were you there? If not, let me fill you in on what you missed. 

We’ve compiled a list for everyone who says, “there’s nothing to do in Houston.” And it isn’t even comprehensive.

"Hamilton" has started their Houston run at the Hobby Center. While the show no longer has their original, iconic cast, the new cast makes sure this hit musical is still just that: a hit.

Black History Month is coming to a close, but black history is everywhere in Houston. From Freedman's Town, to Third Ward and in museums around the city, we narrowed down nine places to visit to learn more about black history.

Smash-hit musical 'Hamilton' comes to the Hobby Center this month. The musical about one of the founding fathers still has tickets available.

Valentine's Day can seem like a wasted holiday for many singles. Instead of doing a traditional celebration for Valentine's we came up with 14 new ways to celebrate the holiday.

The historic River Oaks Theater is reopening after closing down permanently in March of 2021. The theater is now owned by Star Cinema Grill.

Houston fall weather is rarely in the 60s and 70s. Instead, it varies from the 50s to the 90s...in one day. How do we dress for that?