#FoodieFriday: Feed Your Soul at Rosewood

by Haven Lindsey on October 18, 2019

When a meal transcends taste and becomes an experience, your soul smiles. Your soul starts being fed as soon as you walk into the 1890-era home that is now the Rosewood restaurant. The craftsmanship, attention...

#TXVoices: Mason Arnold, Cece’s Veggie Co. Founder & Veggie Nerd

by Lisa Davis on October 17, 2019

Cece’s Veggie Co. is a “simple but twisted” organic food company. Mason Arnold geeks out on vegetables, farming, the science of veggie noodles, and the organic agriculture industry, so much in fact, he’s dedicated most...

Five Minutes With Jordan Jones, Packed Party Founder & CEO

by Lisa Davis on October 15, 2019

When Jordan Jones made the move from a Silicon Valley tech company to her own lifestyle gifting brand, she had no way of knowing it would capture the attention of celebrities and national retailers. In...

Texas Essentials: Musician Christine Albert, Swan Songs Founder 

by Lisa Davis on October 15, 2019

Swan Songs gives the gift of music to terminally ill Texans as a final farewell before transitioning. Austin-based musician Christine Albert has made a living  for more than four decades as a singer and songwriter,...

Little Shop of Horrors Plays in the Heart of Lakeway

by Lisa Davis on October 14, 2019

Little Shop of Horrors will leave audiences second guessing gardening. Surrounded by the glorious views of Lake Travis sits an intimate tiny gem tucked away in the Texas Hill Country. The gem: TexARTS’ Kam &...

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...

Steven Dietz’s “Dracula” Takes a Feminist Bite at ZACH Theatre 

by Lisa Davis on October 9, 2019

Arriving in time for the Halloween season, Steven Dietz’s “Dracula” is a 21st century spin on an old, wickedly seductive tale, playing at Austin’s ZACH Theatre. The Dracula-esque atmosphere begins in the eerily transformed lobby of...

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...