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Houston Matters: Houston’s East End Continues To Grow And Change, Despite Harvey

Houston Matters: Houston’s East End Continues To Grow And Change, Despite Harvey

East End Houston recently earned a spotlight on Houston Public Media’s Houston Matters program, highlighting changes in terms of business and real estate and whether Harvey affected development.

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The East End District was represented by President Veronica Chapa Gorczynski and Patrick Ezzell, Director of Economic Development and Infrastructure. Council Member Robert Gallegos, representing Houston’s District I which makes up part of the East End, also participated.

You can listen to the full interview here: https://www.houstonpublicmedia.org/articles/news/2018/02/06/265975/houstons-east-end-continues-to-grow-and-change-despite-harvey/

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Artists Wanted for New Murals Coming to Houston Neighborhoods

Artists Wanted for New Murals Coming to Houston Neighborhoods

The City of Houston is gearing up to add another thirty-eight artworks to street-side traffic signal control cabinets throughout Houston and is encouraging artists to submit qualifications for the opportunity to create a mural. Known as “Mini Murals”, Houston now has over 170 new original artworks in neighborhoods throughout the city that have been funded by Mayor Sylvester Turner and City Council, as well as private sponsors.

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Brunch and Conversation: East End Table at Last Organic Outpost

Brunch and Conversation: East End Table at Last Organic Outpost

The following post was provided by Dalida U. Anthony of Brunch and Conversation. This weekend I had the opportunity to attend a cultural community experience at the 2nd East End Table (EET) event. EET hosts unique pop-up dinners showcasing the neighborhood's notable chefs and creative talents, and also preserve the culture of Houston's East End.…

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