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6221 Richmond Ave., Houston, TX, US, 77057

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"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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90% of guests recommend this hotel
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    ::the Int'l Affair:: Houston's Official Upscale Night Of Culture+diversity @belvedere Aka #belvefrid
    BelvedereSeptember 23, 2014 10:00 PM
    1131 Uptown Park Boulevard
    Houston, TX 77056
    EACH & EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT! ++THE INT'L AFFAIR++ End of Story at Belvedere Last FRIDAY of 2011 10PM-2AM BELVEDERE PREMIUM LOUNGE 1131-01 UPTOWN PARK BLVD SOUNDS BY THE GREATEST SHOW IN UPTOWN DJ SHINSKI + MC MIKOLO ON THE MIC SPINNING THE BEST IN AN INTERNATIONAL ARRANGEMENT OF ELECTRIFYING SOUNDS! http://dhdesignhouston.com/events.php#Belve RSVP FOR FREE ENTRY TILL 11PM STRICT DRESS CODE NO BALL CAPS, NO SHORTS, NO TENNIS SHOES NO LOOSE FITTED APPAREL FREE PARKING + VALET PARKING AVAILABLE FOR INFO / TABLE RESERVATION / BOTTLE SERVICES PLEASE CALL 281.804.2597 OR 281.312.9175 +++SECTIONS WILL SELL OUT+++                                                    
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    Rice Village Chocolate Safari
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    Bootown Presents: Projectorphiles With Special Musical Guest Mikey and The Drags
    Rudyard's British PubSeptember 23, 2014 9:00 PM
    2010 Waugh Drive
    Houston, TX 77006
    Bootown presents: Projectorphiles http://www.bootown.org/ About Bootown: Founded in the summer of 2007 by University of Houston graduates Emily Hynds and Julie Gomez, BooTown was from the start a collaborative effort. Other founding members included Greg Hundemer, Philip Hays and Cathy Davis. In the three years since, Greg and Julie have moved on to other cities, but the Town has grown into a edgy, indie theatre institution, producing a series of monthly storytimes, Benshi shows, several plays and more under the oversight of Artistic Directors Emily Hynds and Lindsay Burleson. "...BooTown’s totally amazing, super original and completely hilarious show, Grown-Up Storytime." ~ Lydia O'Neil of Examiner.com "BooTown's a party!" ~Salvador Chevez "How has Houston survived without BooTown's monthly "Grown-up Storytime" comedy bash?" ~Joel Luks of CultureMap After the performance stick around for... Mikey and the Drags (Houston, TX) https://www.facebook.com/mikeyandthedragsband Mikey and the Drags are the type of band that you need to see late at night in a small dank club after you've put a few (dozen) down to really appreciate their greatness. Their garage-y surf-punk sound was obviously a void that needed to be filled in the Houston scene; last week they won an HPMA for Best Garage/Punk/Hardcore thanks in large part to their On the Loose EP. A few members might look familiar from other Houston bands (drummer Andrew Lee from Wild Moccasins; organist Austin Sepulvado from Buxton), but front man Miguel "Mikey" Ponce is who really draws people in. His energy is unmatched by anyone else fronting a band these days in Houston, which makes the Drags quite addictive to see live. With Beach Day and Sons of Hippies. - Houston Press
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    Right Here, Right Now: Houston
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    Free Tours and Events At The African American Library At The Gregory School
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    Houston, TX 77019
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