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What's On In Houston | May 27-29 2016
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What's On In Houston | May 27-29 2016

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Updated: 12 October 2016
Houston is the largest Texas city which means there is something going on every single day. Whether it is a gallery opening in the Museum District, a free event at one of the beautiful parks, or an acclaimed performer hitting the stage for one night only, we have what you are looking for. So brave the traffic, enjoy the weather, and head out to one of Houston’s hottest weekend events.

FRIDAY

FILM | Rediscover Jules Dassin’s Crime Thriller ‘Rafifi’

Dassin traveled to Paris to produce this 1955 heist film after being blacklisted in Hollywood.

DRINK | Grab A Cocktail In The City

Good drinks and good friends lead to a great night out. Visit the best cocktail bars in the city to get the night started right.

SATURDAY

DRINK | Get A Taste Of Houston’s Brewery Scene At Brew Trek

This Houston beer tour company visits 20 craft breweries. Which will be your favorite?

OUTDOOR | Explore Houston’s Beautiful Parks

Summer is on its way and the weather is perfect for a park day. Grab the kids, the dog, or spend a relaxing day alone.

Buffalo Bayou Park | © BrianPotterVideo/Flickr
Buffalo Bayou Park | © BrianPotterVideo/Flickr

FOOD | Eat The Best Seafood In Galveston

Galveston is only a stone’s throw away and these delicious seafood restaurants will greet you when you arrive.

Bubba Gump Shrimp | © Jim G/Flickr
Bubba Gump Shrimp | © Jim G/Flickr

SUNDAY

POP CULTURE | Show Your Comic Culture Pride At Space City Comic Con

Actors, directors, comic book writers, and other industry leaders join comic culture fans for discussions and meet-and-greets in Space City.

LITERATURE | Dive Into Feminist Literature

These are the 10 essential feminists texts that everyone should read.

Sylvia Plath's 'The Bell Jar'| © mike krzeszak/Flickr
Sylvia Plath’s ‘The Bell Jar’ | © mike krzeszak/Flickr