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Street Fest to Celebrate East End Heritage

Street Fest to Celebrate East End Heritage

Houston’s East End is a vibrant international business district rich in diversity and bursting with residential and commercial development. To celebrate the changes in this historic area of Houston, community leaders kicked off the first East End Street Fest back in 2012 on Harrisburg Boulevard. In 2013, the East End Street Fest moved to its permanent location, Navigation Esplanade, between S. Jensen Dr. and Delano St. On October 25 of 2014, the East End Street Fest will be back to the Navigation Esplanade with two music stages featuring Latin Grammy Award-Winner David Lee Garza, food choices for every taste, art and plenty of fun activities for the family. Admission is FREE.

OTHER GREAT ARTISTS INCLUDE:
Mango Punch leading the Block Street Party
Little Spear
Triple III
Young Girls
Bow Legged Monkey
Mitch Jacobs Band …and many more!
There is music for everyone including rock, jazz, reggae and country.

Please check to other artistic activities happening through out the East End between September and November thanks to the Houston Art Alliance and their Transported + Renewed initiative.

Content originally appeared on eastendstreetfest.com

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Reflections of Your Favorite East End Landmarks

Reflections of Your Favorite East End Landmarks

The Greater East End Management District conducted a survey at their booth at this past Saturday's East End Street Fest asking attendees two questions: What's your favorite East End landmark? What mode of transportation did you use to get to the Street Fest? They were kind enough to share their results and we wanted to…

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Buffalo Bayou Partnership Announces Launch of Buffalo Bayou East Sector Master Plan

Buffalo Bayou Partnership Announces Launch of Buffalo Bayou East Sector Master Plan

Houston’s Buffalo Bayou Partnership (BBP) is launching a major planning effort along Buffalo Bayou’s East Sector that will continue the non-profit organization’s legacy of transformative parks, trails and open space. In revitalizing the waterway east of downtown (from US 59 to the Port of Houston Turning Basin), BBP seeks to establish a pioneering precedent where green space can be a catalyst for inclusive growth and community development.

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