Posts from November 2023
Credit: Houston First Corp.November 27, 2023Cher has released her holiday album, Mariah Carey has begun her “Queen of Christmas” duties, and Houston is illuminated with twinkle lights around the city. That can only mean one thing—the holiday season has officially arrived! Strolling about and enjoying holiday lights is a perfect and affordable way to soak up the magic of the city, all while making the yuletide gay. City Lights Downtown Holiday Magic, presented by Shell Energy, invites guests to celebrate the holiday...
Credit: ChPlAmNovember 22, 2023You’ve decked the halls and now it’s time to party! The holiday season is a perfect time to gather with friends for a festive night out or to party with a purpose—or both. Embrace your inner Mariah Carey and check out our list of hot LGBTQ+ holiday events around town this season. Trinity Episcopal Church Midtown’s “Drag Me To Church” December 5, 2023 Trinity Episcopal Church Midtown is hosting a drag fundraiser, “Drag Me To Church” on...
Credit: ChPlAm (licensed)November 11, 2023Thanksgiving is rapidly approaching and while most of us associate the holiday with family, food and football, it is so much more. It is about taking the time to give thanks and reflect on all the positive things in life. Luckily, for those looking to get out of the house and make new memories, there are events and many places to eat for those who belong on Worst Cooks in America . Take the stress out of this holiday and pass the responsibilities on to one of these Houston places. Fabulous Food