Five Minutes With Dave Ward, Longtime Houston News Anchor

by Leona Barr on June 27, 2019

Dave Ward once held the Guinness World Records title as the longest-running local TV news anchor at the same TV station in a major market. Ward, known to many as “the most trusted voice in...

#FoodieFriday: Getting to Know Killen’s TMX

by Gabi De la Rosa on June 21, 2019

In Texas, the name Killen is synonymous with great tasting food. Award-winning Executive Chef and restauranteur Ronnie Killen has made a name for himself in the Houston area over the past several years by opening...

Five Minutes With Brittany Hebert, Founder/CEO Sky High For Kids

by Lisa Davis on June 21, 2019

Brittany Hebert hasn’t met a challenge yet she wasn’t up for tackling. While growing up in a small, rural town in South Louisiana, life began handing Hebert some serious lemons. Her father became disabled, struggled...

Five Minutes With Kaena Kekoa of the Broadway Musical “Aladdin”

by Gabi De la Rosa on June 20, 2019

Houston is gearing up for another exciting Broadway musical hitting the stage this summer. Disney’s “Aladdin” opened on Broadway in 2014 and quickly established itself as one of the biggest new blockbusters in recent years,...

#TravelTuesday: The Perfect Daycation at the Boardwalk at Towne Lake

by Gabi De la Rosa on June 11, 2019

Need to get away from your daily Houston grind, but don’t want to have to pack a suitcase or worry about long lines at the airport? Then plan a day visit to The Boardwalk at...

Texas Writers Month Revived to Celebrate 25 Years!

by Leona Barr on May 13, 2019

Texas Writers Month is back, just in time for the statewide event’s 25th anniversary. Begun in 1994 to support Texas authors and writers with book signings, readings, events and celebrations across the state, Texas Writers...

Incarcerated Mothers Connect with their Children via Women’s Storybook Project

by Madison Diaz on May 9, 2019

Sixteen years ago, Judith Duling spent a pivotal 12 months researching storybook projects. That year’s worth of research around the United States inspired Duling to reach out to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, find...

See Stunning Miss Saigon at Houston Hobby Center

by Julie Bonnin on May 2, 2019

Stacie Bono plays Ellen, the wife left behind by an American soldier during the Vietnam War in the new national touring company of Cameron Mackintosh’s Broadway revival, Miss Saigon. It’s a challenging role, to say...

Texas Essentials – Kathleen Navarro, Miss Texas Latina 2019

by Gabi De la Rosa on May 2, 2019

Kathleen Navarro is one of the few women in Texas who legitimately has a crown as one of her wardrobe staples. The Houston native was crowned Miss Texas Latina 2019 in March after completing her...