It’s Simple. Kids Need Camp

by Ceci Hudson Torn, LPC-A on March 31, 2021

March 2020 to March 2021, what a year for all of us! The collective stress, uncertainty and hardship has been heavy, especially for those of us who have young, developing humans in our care. Empirical...

Bethenny Frankel’s #BStrong Initiative Partners with Local Organizations to Help Those in Need

by Gabi De la Rosa on March 22, 2021

A coalition of nonprofits helps Texans deal with the aftermath of Winter Strom Uri. In February, Winter Storm Uri plunged Texas into frigid temperatures causing much of its power grid to collapse, followed by its...

Honoring Texas Women for Leadership and Service

by Margaret Richards on March 5, 2021

To mark International Women’s Day, in Texas we are shining the spotlight on seven individuals who have catalyzed change for women and girls. For 42 years, women across Texas have been honored for outstanding achievements...

Five Minutes With Rock Star Principles’ Dayna Steele

by Leona Barr on March 1, 2021

In celebration of Texas Independence Day, we sat down with dynamic Houstonian and Texas Radio Hall of Famer Dayna Steele Steele is many things. Not only is she creator of the Rock Star Principles podcast,...

#TXVoices: Celebrate Black History Month with Niye Aniekan-Attang, Founder of Ace Beauté

by Leean Vargas on February 19, 2021

As we celebrate Black History Month, we want to shine a light on this black-owned business and its founder- a trailblazer in the beauty brand world.  Texas native Niye Aniekan-Attang is the founder and owner...

Seismique: An Out Of This World Houston Museum

by Sarah Bradley on February 17, 2021

Located in the Village of West Oaks, a colorful new art museum is connecting the Greater Houston area to a more modern activity for all ages. In visiting Seismique, I was truly impressed and inspired...

#FoodieFriday: Award-Winning Chef Has Two New Concepts Near Lake Houston

by Gabi De la Rosa on February 12, 2021

Famed chef and Chopped Champion Justin Turner recently opened two Italian concept restaurants in Houston’s Generation Park. Bernie's Burger Bus, the food-truck-turned-Houston-phenomenon closed its doors late last year due to COVID-19 restrictions and uncertainty. The...

Five Minutes With Houstonian Shawn Welling, Multiple Award-Winning Director

by Bob Valleau on January 18, 2021

Shawn Welling is a former dancer/choreographer whose work has been seen on NFL/NHL Championship half-time shows, Cirque du Soleil, Broadway and MTV.  Today, this committed family man is the founder of Houston-based Welling Films, and...