Liberty Kitchen painted their giant red rooster with an Astros uniform.
The East River tower lit up their 12-story building with "Stros" and "Day 1" plastered on the windows.
Beaver's on Westheimer dressed their 20-foot beaver in an Astros jersey.
Louisiana State University put up a new billboard on I-45. The sign reads boldly "Geaux Streauxs" and cheers on former LSU and current Astros players Will Harris and Alex Bregman.
Sculptor David Adickes' iconic 'We Love Houston' sign, found along I-10 near Thompson Street, has an awesome new addition for the World Series: the Astros!
On the Southwest Freeway, the bridges are now lit up in Astros orange and blue.
Over at 1600 Smith in downtown Houston, the roof of the building shines with Astros' signature colors at night.
Meanwhile, at the Houston Aquarium downtown, the Ferris wheel is also glowing with pride over our boys in the World Series!
'Orange' you glad to see the O'Quinn Medical Towers at St. Luke's shining brightly in the Texas Medical Center?
At Minute Maid Park, the lights are on as Houston Astros fans gather to watch the games as they play out in Los Angeles.
After the Astros' first World Series game win, One Shell Plaza lit up rooms to spell "Go 'Stros." The Montrose bridges along the Southwest Freeway were also lit in blue and orange.
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