Numerous indicators reflect a strong US economy, especially when compared to the doldrums of the 2008 financial crisis. That severe and dramatic collapse of the economy left an indelible and lasting mark. Part of the economic transformation in recent years is reflected in the gig economy and a growing interest in entrepreneurship.
Tomorrow is Super Bowl Sunday! This year, Houston plays host to one of the most anticipated events of the year.
Houston has a vibrant restaurant and bar scene. An enduring part of the city’s casual sports bar and eatery options is brought to you by the Creek Group—Onion Creek, Canyon Creek, Cedar Creek, and Lowbrow.
When the summer begins to heat up, there is perhaps no sports tradition more American than grabbing a hot dog and an ice cold beer at a baseball stadium.
When you think of jazz, the first city that likely comes to mind is New Orleans, the recognized birthplace of the music genre. But jazz also has a welcome home and strong following in Houston.
Houston offers world-class arts and culture, and The Houston Theater District is the epicenter of the city’s performing arts scene. The Houston Theater District in Downtown comprises 17 city blocks and 9 world-class performing arts organizations across 4 venues.
Situated in the center of Downtown Houston and sprawling across 12 acres, Discovery Green is a park that has helped reinvigorate the urban landscape of the Bayou City. Once an eye sore, the area that today is known as Discovery Green is a metropolitan oasis that has spurred new development and economic activity surrounding the […]
Are you planning to spend time in Houston? Whether you are coming for business or pleasure, a short trip or extended stay, The Galleria is the place to be for shopping. This modern, upscale shopping mall has more than 30 million visitors each year.
After a week of unrelenting rain during the end of May, flash flooding wreaked havoc across large swaths of the Gulf Coast area, leading Texas Governor Greg Abbott to declare 37 counties as disaster areas. The flooding had particularly devastating effects in the Houston area, where homes, roads, vehicles, and other property were washed away.