#TravelTuesday: Shopping, Sipping & Supping Made Simple at the Boutique Hotel Derek

by Gabi De la Rosa on April 2, 2019

Houston has over 80,000 hotel rooms to offer its visitors which, if you stop and think about it, is more than the population of many small towns in the Lone Star State! With so many...

Five Minutes With Alex Danza, Founder & CEO, Vonlane, the Luxury Bus Service of Texas

by Marika Flatt on April 1, 2019

I’ve been intrigued by Vonlane since I first read an article about it five years ago. Finally, I recently had the chance to ride the “fancy bus,” as I like to call it, from Austin...

Texas Essentials – Justin Turner, Bernie’s Burger Bus

by Gabi De la Rosa on March 26, 2019

Hamburger aficionados across Houston have been clamoring for a taste of what Justin Turner is serving up. What started as a yellow school bus converted into a food truck, Bernie’s Burger Bus has become four...

It Couldn’t Have Happened Anywhere Else | Catching Up with Kendra Scott

by Daniel Ramirez on March 22, 2019

Paris, New York, London, Los Angeles, Milan – the fashion houses of the world have been well established for decades. They are where trends are born and runways shine, and their command over the fashion...

“The Humans” Explores What Scares Us

by Julie Bonnin on March 19, 2019

The first character to take the stage in Stephen Karam’s Tony award-winning play, “The Humans,” at Houston’s Alley Theatre, says nothing for several long moments. Hesitancy pervades every tentative movement from Erik Blake (Steve Key),...

#FoodieFriday: 7 Ways to Get Your St. Patrick’s On in Texas

by Bebe Brown on March 15, 2019

Whether you’ve kissed the Blarney Stone, or just love a Kelly green, celebrate St. Patrick’s in style this weekend with events across Texas—-and a cocktail or three! EVENTS Austin 18th annual St. Patrick's Day celebration...

Five Minutes With Ronnie Killen, Award-Winning Chef & Restaurateur

by Gabi De la Rosa on March 11, 2019

Brisket, boots and pizza? It seems like the unlikeliest of combinations, but there is one man that could make it work and that is Ronnie Killen. Famous for his BBQ, Killen has been cooking since...

The Best 5K, 10K & Marathon Runs to Prepare For in Texas

by Laura Dexter on March 7, 2019

While some are eager to put away the ice scrapers and get out the lawn mowers, runners in Texas are lacing up their shoes. They hope to get in a few more races before summer...

Come & Get ‘Em! The Guide to Celebrating Texas Independence Day in Style

by Margaret Richards on February 27, 2019

It was back in 1836 that 59 brave delegates from all parts of the Texas settlement met at Washington on the Brazos to make a formal declaration of independence from Mexico, thus proclaiming to the...