Five Minutes With Welcome W. Wilson, Sr., Real Estate Mogul at 90

by Leona Barr on October 16, 2018

Welcome W. Wilson, Sr. has led a life that rivals any Texas tall tale. In his nine decades, he has accomplished things many people only dream of experiencing---in multiple arenas. Entrepreneur, entertainer, Navy man, public...

Houston’s Alley Theatre Opens Season With Hilarious, Unrequited Love

by Emily Bond on October 15, 2018

Faithful to the bard’s original text, and yet completely inventive, ‘Twelfth Night’ is a must-see for Houstonians this season. The play is bawdy and funny with an excellent ensemble of in-house veterans and several newcomers...

#FoodieFriday: Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, Slinging Award-Winning Pies Across Texas

by Dawn Robinette on September 28, 2018

Upscale yet casual, Grimaldi’s is a family-oriented pizzeria with terrific cocktails, wine and beer for the adults, while kids can play with their own slice of pizza dough at the table. Originally opened in Brooklyn,...

A Great Concert Experience, Plus Fun for a Family Weekend

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 24, 2018

With easy access to downtown, and upwards of 50 concerts a year, the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion has become a favorite destination for Houston concertgoers. Located in The Woodlands, the performing arts venue is also...

#FoodieFriday: Treebeards, a Houston Institution Celebrating 40 Years

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 21, 2018

Houston is known as a culinary city with a revolving door of restaurants. Restaurants are congratulated for staying around past the five-year mark, and making it to a decade anniversary is something to really celebrate....

Les Mis: World’s Most Popular Musical Opens in Houston

by Julie Bonnin on September 20, 2018

“Les Misérables” has been seen by more than 70 million people in 44 countries making it the world’s most popular musical. The epic runs Sept. 25-30 at the Hobby Center in Houston. [caption id="attachment_21013" align="aligncenter"...

10 Must-Haves for Hispanic Heritage Month

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 18, 2018

National Hispanic Heritage month is celebrated September 15 to October 15, and although many think of it only as a time to drink margaritas and enjoy tacos, it is actually a month set aside to...

#FoodieFriday: Fire it Up at International Smoke

by Gabi De la Rosa on August 31, 2018

The newest addition to CityCentre in Houston, the ultra-chic International Smoke, offers diners a twist on the traditional steakhouse experience. Bestselling cookbook author and lifestyle expert Ayesha Curry and celebrity chef Michael Mina debuted the...