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Heather J. Taylor

About Heather

Heather J. Taylor grew up an “Army Brat” with her family roots deeply grounded in Texas.  When she was twenty, she moved to London on scholarship to study performing arts at Regent's College and The Poor School of Acting.  She worked oversea in marketing and public relations while continuing to build her entertainment career.

After returning to the States, Heather worked in film production as a casting director, make-up artist and producer. She founded the City Lights Studio for Actors in Savannah, GA and won numerous awards as a theatre director.   In 2001, she moved to Los Angeles and appeared on Comedy Central, A&E Biography and worked on films including, “Kings of the Evening.”

Heather's writing has been published internationally in all forms of media and she's an avid photographer.  The “Army Brat” with Texas roots now continues her odyssey in Houston, always searching for a unique experience or an outrageous encounter that she can explore to the core.

Special Interests

Heather knows a lot about:

  • Music
  • Theatre/visual arts 
  • Restaurants, food and wine

10Best Lists by Heather J. Taylor

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Taste of Ballpark Food

Spring training and MLB action have one thing in common: hungry fans.  From sausages to chocolates, you never know what you'll find at a U.S. baseball field concession stand!

 

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It's a Gay ol' time in Houston

Houston has had its ups and downs with the changes in its gay club scene, but one doesn't have to look too far for a hopping bar or dance club.  The LGBT community's bar scene is located dowtown, midtown or...

 

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Stepping Back in Time Never Looked So Good

Sengelmann Hall is a fully restored 1890s Texas Dance Hall, located in Schulenburg, Texas. It features special live music shows on the weekends, a casual-upscale restaurant, trendy pre-prohibition cocktails,...

 

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Setting the World Apart in Houston

Visiting a museum in Houston is always a singular experience, as each one houses its own display of exhibits, style, knowledge and personality. Patriotic veterans and fans of antiquity will enjoy the San Jacinto...

 

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