The Art of the Scarf: How to Support the Fight to End Breast Cancer

by Bebe Brown on September 23, 2020

Fashion giant Talbots has partnered with three internationally renowned female artists to design a limited–edition silk scarf collection honoring National Breast Cancer Awareness Month.  Talbots will donate 10% of the net proceeds from each “The...

With Eco-Friendly Mowing, the Houston Arboretum is GOAT!

by Bebe Brown on September 16, 2020

Stand by, Texas—the goats are coming! In an innovative twist for urban conservation management, the Houston Arboretum & Nature Center will welcome more than 120 four-legged new helpers in October to assist with “mowing” slopes...

Texan Couples Together in Business: Marble Falls’ Dave and Quynh Rathkamp

by Leean Vargas on September 14, 2020

Dave’s passion is making great beer. Quynh’s passion has always been to serve. Put them together and Save the World Brewing was born! And now, as if this pair didn’t have enough to deal with...

Saving Performing Arts in Texas, One Artist at a Time

by Julie Tereshchuk on September 10, 2020

What does it take to bring two dramatically different arts organizations together? Simple. A pandemic that has roiled theater and the arts across the globe. Rolling up their sleeves to give vital support to artists...

Texas Essentials: Porsche Nichole, Pretty Girls Boutique Owner, Fashionista

by Lisa Davis on September 17, 2020

With only a few dollars in her trendy handbag and a dream in her heart, Porsche Nichole set her biggest venture in motion.  The Texas native had always wanted her very own clothing boutique. However,...

The Color of Fashion: Finally Changing the DNA of an Industry

by Michelle Washington on September 10, 2020

As the Black Lives Matter protests have swept through cities around the world, fashion brands have tried to contribute to the conversation.  Much of the diversity being granted did not come from a place of...

Three Generations of Houston Family Make History as Pageant Winners

by Abimbola Farinde on September 3, 2020

It definitely runs in the Rose family of Houston. Even in the midst of the pandemic, three generations, and four members, of the family have made history, recently winning titles in the first-ever virtual Texas...

Texan Couples Together in Business: San Antonio’s Dr. Joseph and Tracie Rogalinski

by Leean Vargas on August 31, 2020

After realizing their dreams and opening their first location of Eye-Deal Vision in 2005, the Rogalinskis have been dominating the vision care business ever since.  Dr. Joseph and Tracie Rogalinski have been married since May...

#TXReads: Meg Gardiner, Best-Selling Crime Author, 3-Time ‘Jeopardy’ Champ

by Lisa Davis on August 27, 2020

When the king of horror says, “Don’t miss it. This is a great one,” mystery and crime junkies better pay attention because Stephen King knows a thing or two about the subject. Inspired by true...

Child Sex Trafficking Survivors in Central Texas Find Hope and Healing at The Refuge Ranch

by Bebe Brown on August 25, 2020

In Texas alone, there were 79,000 young adults and minors being sex trafficked, according to a 2016 University of Texas Study. And those horrifying numbers are only increasing. The National Center for Missing and Exploited...

Move Over Buddy Holly, It’s Spa Time in Lubbock

by Brook Benten Jimenez on August 20, 2020

In an age when many of us are juggling full-time jobs with kids running amok, a spa retreat sounds just perfect.   The Woodhouse Day Spa Lubbock was all that. Being a working mom, the closest...

Five Minutes With Houston Lawyer and Film Producer Derek Potts

by Bob Valleau on August 19, 2020

Derek Potts has always been a film fan. Today, Potts combines his career as a successful litigator--he founded his now national law firm in 2001 out of two rooms as a solo practitioner—with that of...

Don’t Let Your Spine Get on Your Nerves

by Leean Vargas on August 18, 2020

Wondering if chiropractic care is right for you? If you have a spine, then yes, it is!  Just like seeds need care and maintenance while they grow, so does your body, especially during these stressful...

20 Back To School Ideas to Safely Get Back Into the 2020 Swing of Things

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on August 18, 2020

As summer comes to an end, we can all agree that if there’s anything we’ve gotten used to, it’s the idea of getting comfortable with the uncomfortable. Back to school season is here and whether...

Texas Essentials: 10-Year-Old Kai Walker, Baker and Houston Business Owner

by Gracie Watt on August 6, 2020

What started as a father-daughter hobby in the kitchen soon turned into the successful, keto-friendly business for 10-year-old Houstonian Makai “Kai” Walker. Now, this focused tween runs Kai’s Kookies, a “customer-focused keto, vegan and gluten-free...

#TravelTuesday: Sip Up, Texas — Fredericksburg Area Wineries and Tasting Rooms

by Marika Flatt on September 15, 2020

As Texas opens up, how about escaping to the heart of the Texas wine country for a change of scenery? And what better way to start exploring again than with a visit to the pick...

#FoodieFriday: Austin Eastciders Opens New Restaurant

by Britni Rachal on September 11, 2020

A Texas-based cider company is expanding with its first-ever restaurant in the heart of Austin. Along Barton Springs Road, just minutes from the iconic pool and ever popular hike and bike trail, the doors are...

#TravelTuesday: The Texas Town Square That Sparkles — Georgetown

by Marika Flatt on September 8, 2020

It’s in my Top 3 Texas Towns… I adore Georgetown!  The town square has a vibe like no other. When I have to drive through without stopping, I look at the folks sitting at tables...

#FoodieFriday: Take Your Taste Buds to the Islands at San Antonio’s Mi Roti

by Dawn Robinette on September 4, 2020

Ready to explore the Caribbean? After all that 2020 has brought our way, who isn’t?!? While your passport may be collecting dust, your taste buds can be on island time thanks to Mi Roti, a...