Five Minutes With Rana Argenio, 10 Grove Founder

by Lisa Davis on November 12, 2019

To say luxury textiles run in Rana Argenio’s blood would be an understatement.  Her family has been in the textile industry for five generations selling luxury bed, bath and table linens to retailers and interior...

Shop ‘Til You Drop for a Great Cause at Houston Ballet’s Nutcracker Market

by Lisa Davis on November 11, 2019

The signature red carpet rolls out November 14-17 at the NRG Center.  The Houston Ballet Nutcracker Market began as a church bazaar and has turned into the second-largest fundraising event support the Houston Ballet Foundation...

#TXBites: Three Reasons to Eat at Roka Akor Right Now

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 6, 2019

Houston, Texas has become one of the most food-centric cities in the nation. You’d be hard pressed to find a city where meals prepared by James Beard Award-winning chefs and fine dining restaurants coexist harmoniously...

#FoodieFriday: Dough Not Miss this Donut Tour Round Houston

by Gabi De la Rosa on November 1, 2019

National Donut Day only comes around twice per year. Yes, you heard that right – the fried doughy treats are so good they are celebrated once on June 1st and a second time on November...

Five Minutes With Marlen Esparza, Olympic Champion Boxer

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 29, 2019

If there is a mold for a female boxer, Marlen Esparza took one look and broke it. Esparza has been blazing her own trail since falling in love with boxing at the age of 17....

Five Minutes With The Mommie Series Founder, Misti Pace-Krahl

by Emily Bond on October 22, 2019

Mommy knows best? The Mommie Series absolutely does, especially when it comes to throwing events to bring Houstonians together. Founded by Texas Woman’s University alum, Misti Pace-Krahl, the fashionable entrepreneur has been throwing Mommie Series...

Five Minutes With Karina Gonzalez, Houston Ballet’s First Latina Principal Ballerina

by Gabi De la Rosa on October 14, 2019

Carving her own path and breaking through any boundary put in front of her is just a matter of course for Karina Gonzalez. The Venezuelan native started ballet quite by accident as a young girl...

2019 Bayou City Art Festival Brings Artistic Diversity

by Lisa Davis on October 7, 2019

Houston’s largest art festival transforms downtown streets into artistic avenues bursting with colors and culture October 12-13. As one of the top fine art festivals in the country, the 48th annual Bayou City Art Festival...