So the International Bacon Fest (aka Bacon iFest) was this weekend and like the name suggests, all things pork were on the menu. The event, held in downtown Houston, had stuff for the entire family including a watermelon-eating contest for the kids and adult beverages for the grown folks! Live bands performed on the stage
It’s that time of year again … we were happy to attend the Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival last year and super excited to be joining as media again this year! True to its name, the third annual event celebrated black heritage and included musical acts – local and national – vendors, black
Ever get tired of doing the same old thing for Girls Night Out? Movies, wine. Dinner, wine. Shopping, wine. Ok, let’s not nix the wine, but how about doing something to tap into your creative side? We suggest trying out The Mad Potter – like the name suggests, this involves … you guessed it: pottery!
Cirque du Soleil has brought its high-flying, jaw dropping, lively show Kurios – Cabinet of Curiosities to Houston and we were invited to attend opening night! The show took place under the blue and yellow Big Top at Sam Houston Race Park. It was really a first-class event. Even the porta potties were clean and
2 Girls Who Travel had the opportunity to attend a special media-only menu tasting Saturday evening at Dolce Ultra Lounge & Bistro with food prepared by executive chef Javani King. Did we mention how much we love our jobs? Dolce is a welcome change for the Cypress area, located northwest of Houston. The upscale dining