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  • D Spot at Higher Dimension Church

    9745 Bissonnet St. Houston, TX 77036

  • D Spot at Higher Dimension Church

    9745 Bissonnet St. Houston, TX 77036

  • Dallas Convention Center

    Dallas Convention Center

    650 S. Griffin St. Dallas, TX 75202-5005
    214-939-2700

    http://www.dallasconventioncenter.com

  • Dan L. Duncan Cancer Prevention Building

    1 Baylor Plaza Houston, TX 77030
    832-826-6106

  • Dance Expressions

    130 S. Friendswood Friendswood, TX 77546
    281-996-6000

  • Dancing City

    2726 Fondren Road Houston, TX 77063
    713-532-6232

  • David Addickes Sculpturworx Warehouse

    David Addickes Sculpturworx Warehouse

    2500 Summer St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-880-2279

    Some hoity-toity critics contend that David Adickes's sculptures -- which include the enormous statue of Sam Houston set along Interstate 45 -- are more roadside kitsch than art. Love him or loathe him, the parking lot to his studio represents the city's best, and most surreal, public arts project (in progress). Amid warehouses and rail lines, with the downtown skyline as its backdrop, the lot has contained the heads of dozens of former presidents, as well as 36-foot-tall renderings of some musical group called the Beatles. Got family or friend in town? Might as well swing by one the most stalwart examples of Houston's oddness. More >>

  • Daybreak Community Health Clinic

    1703 Gray St. Houston, TX 77003
    713-650-0795

  • Deerbrook Mall 24

    Deerbrook Mall 24

    20131 Highway 59 N. Humble, TX 77338
    281-444-3456

    http://www.shopdeerbrookmall.com

  • Deerwood Club

    1717 Forest Garden Humble, TX 77345
    281-360-1060

  • Del Espadin Flamenco & Spanish Dance Academy

    3939 Hillcroft Houston, TX 77057
    713-705-8701

    http://www.flamencohouston.com

  • Delmar-Dyer Sports Complex

    2020 Mangum Road Houston, TX 77092
    713-957-7711

  • Depot Plaza

    201 S. Elm Tomball, TX 77375

  • DIAMOND WAY BUDDHISM HOUSTON-DOWNTOWN

    5102 Center St. Houston, TX 77007
    713-682-8687

  • The Dickinson Festival of Lights

    2716 FM 517 E. Dickinson, TX 77539
    281-337-6293

  • Discovery Green Conservancy

    Discovery Green Conservancy

    1500 McKinney Houston, TX 77010
    713-400-7336

    http://www.discoverygreen.com A vast prairie of little-used parking lots downtown was replaced by Discovery Green, a dozen or so acres of green space, bocce courts, lakes, water parks, performance spaces and restaurants. Sure, the name of the place is meh and they got a little sponsor-happy, but when you take in a concert or visit a farmers market at Discovery Green, you really feel like Houston is giving Chicago a run for its money as America's third city. More >>

  • DiverseWorks

    DiverseWorks

    4102 Fannin St. Houston, TX 77004
    713-223-8346

    http://www.diverseworks.org A visiting performance artist once sent a note to DiverseWorks saying, "Once you've done DiverseWorks, you've done Texas." That's a mighty strong statement, but we agree that everyone should "do" DiverseWorks, located in Midtown. Now more than 30 years old, the funky, intimate performance space has brought consistently challenging and groundbreaking contemporary works to Houston. Homegrown shows like the experimental electronic music festival "Twelve Minutes Max" take shape here each season. But DiverseWorks also has introduced Houstonians to internationally recognized performance artists such as Miranda July and spoken-word celeb Marc Bamuthi Joseph. More >>

  • Dominican Sisters of Houston

    6501 Almeda Road Houston, TX 77021
    713-747-3310

    http://www.houstonop.org

  • Dominion Post Oak

    2323 McCue Road Houston, TX 77056
    713-629-5100

  • Double Bayou Dance Hall

    Eagle Ferry Road Anahuac, TX 77514
    409-252-4335

    A few miles south of Anahuac in the African-American village of Double Bayou, "the Place," as it's known locally, is a ramshackle but friendly Texas original set amid swampy, Spanish moss-draped live oak woodlands near Trinity Bay. Bluesman Pete Mayes and members of his family have owned and operated this hyperfunky juke joint -- the oldest blues bar in Texas -- since the 1940s. Mayes hosts big parties here on special occasions and some holiday weekends -- at these events, the musicians cook up T-Bone Walker-style blues on stage, while outside on the front lawn, local men in cowboy duds smoke brisket and local women offer homemade pecan, lemon meringue and sweet potato pies. More >>

  • Downtown Club at Houston Center

    1100 Caroline Houston, TX 77002
    713-654-0877

    http://www.clubcorp.com/Clubs/The-Downtown-Club

  • Downtown Flatonia

    208 E. N. Main St. , 78941

  • Downtown Main

    300-700 Main Houston, TX 77002
    N/A

  • Dream Houston

    6224 Richmond Ave. Houston, TX 77057
    713-781-0014

  • The Dunstan

    2415 Dunstan Houston, TX 77005
    713-942-7711

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