Dinosaurs Seen Near Midtown Houston

Do you want to see what kind of giant creatures, that once roamed the continents? Houston's Museum District is the best place to get an up-close look at some of the latest discoveries from their fossil records in the IMAX Theater movie, Dinosaurs 3D, now entering it’s last month at Houston’s Museum of Natural Science.

It provides an exciting unique 3D journey into the world of the largest known dinosaurs. Come enjoy them without having to leave the comfort of your seat, while visiting and exploring some of the great paleontological discoveries of modern time.

Rooted in science, filmed for excitemnt, the action-packed feature carries the audience through the lives of Giganotosaurus and the Argentinosaurus complete with breathtaking views of some out of this world landscape.

The museum is located in close proximity to Midtown Houston, in Hermann Park just across the street from the outdoor theater. Want more information on show times and other prehistoric creatures? Visit

[Where: Houston Museum of Natural Science, One Hermann Circle Drive, Houston, TX 77030]

Take A Lunchtime Tour

Looking for something different to do during your lunch break. Why not consider, joining Houston’s Mayor Bill White and the Green Building Advisory Council, for tours of certified green buildings in downtown Houston.

The tours will take place on Wednesday, April 30, 2008, every 30 minutes from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the headquarters of Horizon Wind Energy in downtown Houston.

The objective of this group, is to share experiences including cost/benefit, business cases and key learning with others to help accelerate green building across the city.
Join them Wednesday and learn more about this exciting effort.
If you want more details or a map Go to

The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future

photo of Bill McKibben

Bill McKibben is one of today's most important writers on business and the environment and Monday, April 28 at 7:30 he'll be in Houston, at the Wortham Center, Cullen Theater. He authored the environmental classic, End of Nature which created a national movement called "Step it Up 2007."

The book is credited with fostering hundreds of rallies on Nov 3, in all fifty states for climate stability. He"ll be signing and discussing his most recent book, Deep Economy: The Wealth of Communities and the Durable Future (2007).

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