Category Archives: General

August 08

The Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston

While Houston is known for its industrial business, The Contemporary Arts Museum of Houston (CAMH) offers a way for Houstonians to explore their artistic side. Located in the heart of the Museum District, CAMH has allowed locals to appreciate the eclectic nature of contemporary art for 65 years. Not surprisingly, the museum’s steel parallelogram structure […]

August 05

River Oaks Theatre

The River Oaks Theatre is a staple of the Houston community. Originally built in 1939, the Art Deco movie theater is nestled in the middle of the River Oaks Shopping Center. In 1976 Landmark Theatres took over operations and has maintained the venue ever since. The theater serves a niche market by being one of […]

August 02

Saint Arnold Brewing Company

Ever wondered what Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory would be like for adults? If so, you need to head to Downtown Houston and check out the Saint Arnold Brewery. Tours of the facility started years ago and with the passing of time the call for more helped grow the brewery into what it is today. The […]

July 26

Museum of Printing History

Our latest excursion was certainly down the road less travelled for most Houstonians. Deep into Montrose lies a nondescript building dedicated entirely to the evolution of print. The Museum of Printing History is rarely mentioned on the traditional must-see museum lists of Houston, but it offers a truly interesting and comprehensive guide to how the […]

July 25

Art Car Museum

Houston is a vibrant and lively city that is filled with up-and-coming writers, artists, musicians, executives, politicians, and so on. It is eclectic and at times a bit eccentric as well. Mind you, we aren’t nearly to the point of being “Austin weird,” but we definitely have our own set of charming quirks. One such […]