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Local News

Houston LGBT Pride Celebration Moves Downtown

The Houston LGBT Pride Celebration will be moved to downtown in 2015, Pride Houston, Inc. president and CEO Frankie Quijano…

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Arts & Entertainment

Houston Film Director Highlights the History of Montrose’s Numbers Nightclub with New Documentary

Local director Marcus Pontello has teamed up with Jeromy Barber and James Templeton of Dinolion Studios to make a feature-length…

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News

Gay Houstonian shot in an apparent hate crime

John Gaspari claims he was targeted because of his sexuality, attacked, and left for dead while walking home from a…

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Food + Drink

Two El Tiempos in Montrose!

Come May 1, Montrose will be home to two El Tiempo Cantinas!

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Featured

Lending Helping Hands to Montrose’s Homeless

The Montrose Homeless Outreach Project brings new energy to the cause.

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Featured

Close-up and Personal: Montrose’s Living Room Theater

It’s as if the actors are in your living room...because they are!

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Featured

Grace Lutheran Church Closes, Kindred Rises

For 94 years, Grace Lutheran Church has been a presence in Houston’s Montrose neighborhood. Then, on January 10, 2016, it…

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Featured

Montrose: Then and Now

Houstonians know that this city is a cosmopolitan, eclectic, and international blend of interesting people, thriving arts, and great restaurants.…

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Photos

Grand Opening Weekend At Hamburger Mary’s

RELATED CONTENT: KILLER QUEENS: HAMBURGER MARY’S COMES TO HOUSTON Photos by Dalton DeHart    

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Local News

Flier Spotted At Montrose Bus Station Encourages LGBT People To Commit Suicide

By John Wright A Metro rider says he spotted an anti-gay flier affixed to a bus shelter at Westheimer and Stanford in Montrose on Sunday…

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