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5 Things to Know about The Kitchen at the Dunlavy

Have you run around Buffalo Bayou recently and been wondering what that mysterious new building is by Lost Lake? Amongst all the new exciting changes… 492 more words

It's Fare

5 Reasons to Get Excited About the "New" Buffalo Bayou Park

I’m a big fan of Buffalo Bayou. It’s arguably my most favorite place in Houston. It’s a beautiful greenspace with lots of parks and bridges and running paths and a variety of greenery and plants. 354 more words

It's Culture

GRAND OPENING: Buffalo Bayou Park Hosts a Kickoff Party

The History of Buffalo Bayou is not a storied one here in Houston.  Heck,  It’s been known more for it’s smell, than anything else down through the years. 208 more words


September 6, 1893: Houston Water Supply Contaminated

September 6, 1893:  The Houston Daily Post ran a series of investigative articles about the Water Works Company and the pollution in Buffalo Bayou–an early surface water supply for the City of Houston, Texas. 139 more words


10 Things to Know About Kayaking in Houston

They don’t call us the Bayou City for nothing. But actually. Houston nature game is legit and it’s about time you seized the day and explored some of the incredible places of land, water, and sky that this wonderful city has to offer. 510 more words

It's Life

Late Fourth of July Post!!!

The Fourth of July is one of my favourite holidays!  I’m not sure why, but ever since I was a little girl, I’ve always enjoyed watching the fireworks and being out amongst other people celebrating.   32 more words


Born on The Bayou

So it is that the Buffalo Bayou is that river that runs through it, and the “it” is Houston, Texas. The Bayou suffered the fate of so many waterways in this nation. 990 more words