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...

3 Hot Home-Staging Tips to Attract Home Buyers

by Bebe Brown on August 27, 2018

As the housing market becomes more competitive, the demand for professional home-staging is growing. Staging a house can increase its sale price by up to 15%, according to a December 2017 report by the National...

#FoodieFriday: Get Your Lobster Fix at East Hampton Sandwich Co.

by Gabi De la Rosa on August 24, 2018

Couldn’t get your East Coast beach cottage vibes going this summer? Don’t worry, because East Hampton Sandwich Co. has brought Yankee summer time to Houston year-round. The Dallas-based sandwich shop made its Houston debut with...

Reflecting on Resilience in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

by Clarice Brito Salcido on August 21, 2018

Time heals. One year after Mother Nature broke all the laws of meteorology and climatology, unleashing her might on our Gulf Coast, we have healed. That doesn’t mean there are no scars. It simply means that...

Five Minutes With Maria Sotolongo, Documentary Filmmaker

by Gabi De la Rosa on August 20, 2018

Maria Sotolongo, award-winning documentary filmmaker is debuting her second documentary, Changed: When the Dams Opened about the devastation Hurricane Harvey caused along the Texas Gulf Coast one year ago. Tickets for the first screening of...

Soar to New Heights with Virtual Reality Indoor Skydive

by Britni Rachal on August 16, 2018

Glide above the Swiss Alps---or dive down to Dubai---all from right here in Texas. It may too sound too good to be true---but read on! Yes, iFly is creating a “virtual reality” feel for flyers...

Five Minutes With Collie Farley & Winston Caraker, Founders of The Palm Republic of Texas

by Haven Lindsey on August 15, 2018

Collie Farley and Winston Caraker grew up in Port Aransas. When Hurricane Harvey hit their home island in 2017, they wanted to send a message that Port A was bigger than Harvey. The couple drew...