If you thought the revitalization of downtown Houston was over, you were mistaken. The city continues to reinvent itself — adding new hotels, attractions, urban parks and retail districts. Market Square Park, which opened in August 2010, occupies the site of Houston’s original City Hall in the heart of the historic district. The park’s lawn […]
If all goes according to plan, the hotly debated merger between Continental Airlines and United Airlines will take flight early next month. Despite corporate regulations and lawsuits claiming the merger would create a monopoly, unfairly raise prices and jeopardize hundreds of jobs, United and Continental have been given the green light to continue with the […]
On Sept. 1 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. CT, meeting and event planners are coming together at the Downtown Aquarium in Houston, Texas, for education, networking and an intimate trade show at the 2010 PYM LIVE Houston. The educational session, from 11:15-12:15 CT, will be led by Jeff Rasco, CMP, and Lynn Tiras, CMP. […]
Claudia, Evan and Lisa have their hands full this week, hosting not one, but two Texas PYM LIVE Events: Houston on Oct. 6 and Dallas on Oct. 8. I wish I were with them, but since I can’t be, here’s a timeline of tweets on what happened. Jeff Rasco’s presentation at the events: Jeff Rasco […]
It’s a little-known fact, but Houston (home of Beyoncé) has a pretty happening music scene. One of the best venues to book out if you want to give attendees a cool concert experience is the Last Concert Café. You can set up margarita and Tex-Mex tasting stations outside in the alleyway. Through the main entrance, […]
If you’re looking for an offbeat venue in Houston, check out Dean’s Credit Clothing, a bar/clothing store in the city’s historic market square district. It’s funky, fun and a great way to introduce attendees to local artists, live music and Houston’s Main Street club district.