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UHCL will be hosting a Cinco de Mayo celebration on Tuesday, May 1.
In this slideshow, The Signal reporter David Hensley takes a look at things to do in and around the Houston area during Spring Break.
Spring Break generally conjures up visions of beautiful sandy beaches, tranquil blue water with crashing waves and warming sunrays, but for some UHCL students, upcoming midterms and rising gas prices are prompting them to plan a staycation.
Red, lifeless carapaces alongside empty beer bottles and clean-picked corncobs fill trash can after trash can as the faint smells of smokehouse mesquite and Cajun seasoning waft through the air. In the distance, the wails and passion of zydeco music cry their unique and pleasant sounds. It is that time of year again. The Texas Crawfish and Music Festival has arrived.
Dianna Shaw The Signal Staff The Houston International Festival 2009 was a delightful display of the blending of many cultures. It is a good way to experience an array of foods, entertainment and ways of life from around the globe. Roaming the fair, one could scarcely tell that they were standing on an often-busy street […]
Just slightly northwest of downtown Houston lies a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of the city skyscrapers on Main Street and Capitol. If you ever want to get away, but lack the funds for a vacation in Jamaica, try the Bayou Bend Gardens located at 1 Westcott St. at Memorial Drive in Houston. The gardens provide a silent retreat without the expense. In fact, tickets start at $3 for adults and children over 9 years old; children nine and under get in free.