Waterloo Greenway Outdoor Venue Timely Enhancement to Downtown Austin

by Brian Maass on August 16, 2021

Austin, Texas is famously known as the Live Music Capital of the World. Live music can be found in the Capitol city every night, whether at a bar on Sixth Street or the highly popular...

Go Back To School in Style — 14 Picks For You

by The Texas Lifestyle Magazine team on August 4, 2021

It’s that time of the year again — Back to School. After the fun of the summer, it can be tough to get back into the daily routine. All of these top picks are designed...

Get Lost in Science and Nature at the Perot

by Jordan Maddox on July 19, 2021

Travel through time, space and nature this summer at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science in Dallas. With five levels and endless attractions, this museum lives up to its vision to promote innovative and...

“As I Am” Art Celebration

by Bebe Brown on May 6, 2021

Meeting the evolving needs of families impacted by autism. Inaugural “As I Am” Art Festival, May 23, Houston’s Wortham Theatre The KNOWAutism Foundation was founded in 2013 to help families of children with autism better...

Five Minutes With Houston’s “Motherhood Later” Chapter Head, Melissa Couch Salim

by Julie Tereshchuk on May 3, 2021

Motherhood at any age brings major challenges, and women delaying motherhood often struggle to find peer support. Now, there’s an organization where those parenting later in life can feel validated and supported. Founded in New...

Five Minutes With Acclaimed Stick Sculptor Patrick Dougherty

by N.L. Thi-Hamrick on April 29, 2021

For over 30 years, Patrick Dougherty’s unique woven sculptures have been marveled at worldwide. Currently, his one-of-a-kind Stickwork installation is creating a buzz among Texans at the Fort Worth Botanic Garden. A wilderness enthusiast, Dougherty combines...

Don’t Be a Wallflower this Summer. Be a Wildflower.

by Bebe Brown on April 22, 2021

No more homework. No more tests. It’s official. School is almost out for the summer, and kids and parents alike are celebrating like it’s nobody’s business. What’s great about summer, besides pool floats that look...

Celebrate the Month of Hope with Texas Nonprofit, Women’s Storybook Project

by Gracie Watt on April 20, 2021

Children of the incarcerated are often the forgotten victims of crime. Women’s Storybook Project works to help these children reconnect with their mothers through the joy of literature.  Women’s Storybook Project of Texas(WSP), is run...