Houston Community Guide

Houston residents have come up with several other monikers for their beloved city. Memorize them all so you won’t be out of the loop on your next trip to Bayou City: Houston has ten waterways within its limits and close surroundings. Most notable is Buffalo Bayou, where the first settlements were founded and the backdrop to the Battle of San Jacinto. H-Town: A nickname with its roots in the entertainment industry, H-Town is the moniker applied to the annual Blues Festival, the city’s Arena Theatre, and a hip-hop group that formed in 1992.

From sports to the arts, Houston has something for everyone. The In Houston Guide treats entertainment-minded readers to a detailed review of the diversions and activities available to the city’s residents and visitors. Also featured are listings of performing arts companies and venues, museums, and golf courses as well as a handy calendar of annual Houston area events.

Looking for some fun? You’re in the right city – whether you like shelling peanuts at the ball game, defogging your opera glasses for a night at the theater, hoisting your sails for a jaunt on Galveston Bay, or strolling amid the blooming gardens of a historic mansion-turned-museum.

Our Houston Community Guide is a great source of information for anyone looking to find their place in the community. Whether you are new to Houston or a long-time resident, this guide provides valuable resources and advice on how to connect with local organizations and businesses. From its comprehensive list of neighborhoods and attractions to its detailed cultural profiles, this guide truly offers something for everyone. It is an invaluable resource for anybody interested in learning more about the city and how to make the most out of their time here.