5 Minutes With Dr. Thomas Jeneby, Plastic Surgeon, Author

by Ana Karen Flores on February 17, 2020

Dr. Thomas Jeneby is one of San Antonio’s most successful and beloved board certified plastic surgeons who, in his latest book, “Confessions of a Plastic Surgeon,” takes readers inside the wild and wonderful world of...

Austin-based Soul Band Tomar and the FCs Debut New Album, ‘Rise Above’

by Leean Vargas on February 17, 2020

Tomar and the FCs bring rock and soul to Texas. Tomar and the FCs, an Austin-based soul band debuted their new album “Rise Above” February 1st at the storied downtown Austin nightclub, Antone’s. The ‘Rise...

#TXAway: The Cowboy Poetry and Songwriting Fest You Won’t Want to Miss

by Julie Tereshchuk on February 13, 2020

In far West Texas, anticipation is building in Alpine. As the third weekend of February approaches, the finishing touches are being made to the Lone Star Cowboy Poetry Gathering’s inaugural event on the campus of...

Five Minutes With Tammy Shaklee, the LGBTQ Matchmaker

by Lisa Davis on February 13, 2020

Valentine’s Day has historically focused on love between a man and woman, so how does a straight, married matchmaker create a successful business pairing up professional LGBTQ singles? The answer is simple---with objectivity, compassion, optimism...

#WineWednesday: Love the Wine You’re With

by Robin Barr Sussman on February 12, 2020

Flowers and chocolates are sweet but serious Valentine’s Day intentions call for intense wines. Corkscrews ready: These wines have all the right moves! After all, this is no time to slack. So, uncork bold, sexy...

The Jungle Giants Make their Triumphant Return to U.S. with World Tour 2020

by Leean Vargas on February 11, 2020

Make space Texas, ‘cause Australian band The Jungle Giants is coming! Texans are in for electric performances this weekend when the visitors from down under make their triumphant return to Dallas (Club Dada, 2/15) and...

Five Minutes With Kat Edmonson, Musician, Texas Native

by Britni Rachal on February 6, 2020

A timeless voice with deep Austin roots returns to Texas this month. Jazz vocalist Kat Edmonson plays in San Antonio, Austin, Dallas and Houston just two weeks after the Feb. 7 release of her new...

Peace of Mind: Protecting Your Smart Home Investment and Ensuring Power During Storms and Outages

by Joe Piccirilli on February 5, 2020

In the modern digital age, we have grown accustomed to being able to accomplish a wide variety of tasks from our homes, or on our phones. From shopping to research, watching TV to listening to...

Five Minutes With Amy Arnold and Jessica Stanley, Co-Founders Card My Yard

by Lisa Davis on February 5, 2020

Amy Arnold and Jessica Stanley created their successful Card My Yard business to help others create moments of surprise and to celebrate their special moments.  Arnold and Stanley, both native Texans and moms to three...

Texas Essentials: Radney Foster, Musician

by Leean Vargas on February 3, 2020

As a young bright-eyed musician straight out of Del Rio, Texas, Radney Foster quickly made a name for himself when he began his solo career in 1992.  As an American country music singer-songwriter, author and...

15 Healthy Suggestions for a Better 2020

by Marika Flatt and Leean Vargas on January 29, 2020

Creating new, healthy habits can be challenging as our New Year's resolve starts to fade. Everyone has their own health-living journey, but it is up to you to make a change. Here’s a round-up of...

Five Minutes With J. Mack Slaughter Jr., Former Boy Band Singer Turned ER Doctor

by Bob Valleau on January 22, 2020

J. Mack Slaughter Jr. is on a mission: To bring joy to young hospital patients in the DFW-area.  The Fort Worth native, now 36, recently talked to us about his hit music career, and the...

Five Minutes With Dr. Harry Robinson Jr., African American Museum President, CEO

by Lisa Davis on January 20, 2020

As the African American Museum in Dallas celebrates its 45th anniversary, the Kinsey African American Art & History Collection is making a stop in the Lone Star State.  Since its opening, the African American Museum...

Running the Cap10K? How To Make Sure You Perform Your Best

by Alicia Holroyd on January 15, 2020

Whatever the distance or event you’re tackling, whether it’s the first time you’ve run competitively or you’re a seasoned racer, these tips can help you level up. The Capitol 10,000 was established in 1978 and...

#TravelTuesday: Desert Adventures and Delightful Lodging

by Selena Swartzfager on February 11, 2020

Greater Palm Springs has the yin and the yang of adventure travel. The desert is an unusual and beautiful place. During geography class, most people learn about the deserts in the United States but, until...

Your 14 Favorite Valentines and Galentines Gifts for 2020

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on February 10, 2020

Valentines or Galentines, we have the sweetest line-up of gifts to warm her heart and show her how you really feel. (Or, treat yourself, ladies!) Tip: Click the photos for more info Gift a Meaningful...