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Current Issue
Fall 2021

Have the past 18 months been tough? Sure. But they’ve also taught us how to adapt and helped us to grow. When we couldn’t sit in theaters together, we found a way to enjoy performances from our sofas. When dining-in seemed risky, we brought our favorite dishes home. And when going into the office was a hazard, we learned how to Zoom those big meetings and brainstorming sessions.

Now we are seeing a return to normal. We may still have a few more ups and downs, but we can also look forward to great meals out with friends and family, office parties and conversations by the water cooler, and, at long last, full seasons from our performing arts organizations. Houston Ballet, Houston Grand Opera, TUTS, Houston Symphony, Society for the Performing Arts and more – they missed their live audiences and we missed their live performances. We are also more than a little excited about the opening of phase one of POST later this fall. We toured the former Barbara Jordan Post Office earlier this summer and share all the exciting deets on this adaptive reuse project. With that in mind, we’ve rounded up all of the events, concerts, shows and exciting fall happenings, just for you!

Be sure to continue exploring downtownhouston.org, where we always keep you up to date on what’s happening. And thank you for reading downtown!

Read Downtown Magazine online or download a PDF.

Downtown is a quarterly publication produced by the Downtown District. Our publication is part city magazine, part guide. You'll find interesting and topical editorials and profiles as well as a comprehensive dining guide and datebook sharing info on what to do and where to go downtown.
 
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Any questions or for more info:
Angie Bertinot
Downtown District, Director of Marketing
713.650.3022
angie@downtowndistrict.org


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