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Advance Notice: 2nd Annual Magnolia Park Block Party

Advance Notice: 2nd Annual Magnolia Park Block Party

The East End Collaborative and Magnolia Park/Pineview Place Civic Club – both community groups made up of residents, non-profit organizations, businesses, and religious organizations in Magnolia Park are working to revitalize the community. One of their main goals is to foster an environment of health and safety in the neighborhood.

To help meet that goal, they are organizing their Second Annual Dia De Los Muertos Block Party on Saturday, October 31, 2015 in conjunction with Don Carlos Mexican Restaurant at 416 76th Street. They have planned a full day of live music, dance, and other performances on the Magnolia Stage along with great food, drinks and other events focused on a health community and a health life, all while celebrating the pride in the neighborhood.

They are actively seeking volunteers and sponsors to support the efforts. If you’re interested, please contact Anton Sinkewich at 713-591-2014 or antonotna@gmail.com.

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El Corazon de la Communidad – Navigation Boulevard

El Corazon de la Communidad – Navigation Boulevard

Navigation Boulevard has become the East End’s new Main Street, El Corazon de la Communidad, with a wider esplanade and walkable, shaded sidewalks. The $5 million ARRA stimulus grant that brought improvements to Sampson and York is also funding the exciting, community-driven changes on Navigation. Residents and visitors will enjoy safe crosswalks, pedestrian level solar lighting, an active…

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Eastext: Transforming the East End into a Moving Canvas for Poetry Projections

Eastext: Transforming the East End into a Moving Canvas for Poetry Projections

Multimedia artist Pablo Gimenez-Zapiola presents Eastext: a series of three live, mobile projections performances of poetry throughout Houston’s East End. These upcoming events will take place outdoors in different parts of the district. Each event will feature text projections on to the environment (houses, warehouses, buildings, etc.) from a moving vehicle, followed by an artist talk, recitations by participating Houston poets, and additional projections in a gallery space.

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