Five Minutes With ChipMonk Co-Founder, Houston’s Jose Hernandez

by Gracie Watt on October 29, 2020

Hailing from Houston, Jose Hernandez had a mission. To bring great tasting healthy desserts to Texans.  Today, at his company ChipMonk, Hernandez bakes with all natural ingredients and ensures all goods are diabetic-friendly, keto-friendly and...

#FoodieFriday: Now Serving Brunch — Houston’s The Tasting Room

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 16, 2020

Finally! The Tasting Room has launched a tasty weekend menu with offerings that will delight both the sweet and savory connoisseurs in your brunch crowd. It is officially patio season in Houston, and cooler temperatures...

Boo! 8 Witchy Ways To Scare Up Your 2020 Texas Halloween

by Julie Tereshchuk on October 15, 2020

Ready for all things spooky and scary? Want some gruesome ghoulish glee? We’ve got a boo-tiful bundle of family-friendly events across the Lone Star State, all with social distancing and safety rules in mind. ALL...

Legends Do Live Among Us: Five Minutes with Houston’s Bertie Simmons, Ed.D.

by Kim Weiss on October 13, 2020

Sometimes we're fortunate to find legends living among us, and 86-year old Houston icon Bertie Simmons is one. This octogenarian still makes social justice her number one cause, her passion since childhood. Simmons' book, Whispers...

#TXReads: ‘The Ghosts of Houston’s Market Square,’ a Paranormal Walk Through History

by Lisa Davis on October 2, 2020

“The Ghosts of Houston’s Market Square” is an unconventional ghost story fusing Houston’s illustrious beginning with its present in an homage to the past, and a great read to get you in the Halloween mood!...

Texas Essentials: Centrell Reed, Founder CReed Global Media

by Gabi De la Rosa on September 23, 2020

With over 20 years in the entertainment industry, Centrell Reed knows a thing or two about talent. After living in the Atlanta and Los Angeles areas, surrounded by beautiful and talented people who were not...

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...

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...