Diamond Griffith Earns Miss Black Harris County Title

Diamond Griffith earns Miss Black Harris County title and will represent the county in the Miss Black Texas Pageant.

Rep. Thierry Helps Combat Food Insecurity In the Aftermath of Hurricane Harvey

State Representative Shawn Thierry (D-Houston) announced that Texas Health and Human Services will launch its disaster food relief program for families impacted by Hurricane Harvey in Harris County.The Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program offers short-term food assistance benefits to families ...

Mayor Provides Updates On Storm Debris Collection

Mayor Sylvester Turner presents the following updates on the city's removal of storm debris from homes and other buildings in the city: LANDFILLS WILL OPERATE AROUND THE CLOCK, FREEING UP MORE TIME FOR DEBRIS COLLECTION

Harvey Arts Recovery Workshop

Texas Cultural Emergency Response Alliance and Harvey Arts Recovery announced today details of a workshop for the recovery and stabilization of flood damaged art and collections.

Office of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and Partners Hold Hurricane Harvey Recovery Fair

Congresswoman Jackson Lee: “This is an opportunity to get critical recovery information about available disaster assistance from both governmental and non-profit organizations.”

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Announces Plans for $2 Million Commitment to Hurricane Harvey Relief Efforts]

Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officials announced plans for its $2 million donation to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts to help rebuild Houston and the surrounding areas.

Workers Trapped by Harvey at a Mexican Bakery Feed a Hungry Houston

Three bakers were trapped in a Houston area bakery when the first rains of Hurricane Harvey began to fall. All the men were worried about the safety of their families so they decided to channel their energy into baking.

Young Actor Makes TV Debut On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’

A Houston kid actor made his national TV debut on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ reports ABC13.com.

World-Renowned Jazz Pianist Who Composed Music for Selma Film to Be Georgetown Distinguished Artist in Residence

Jason Moran, the internationally acclaimed pianist who wrote music for the film Selma and who serves as artistic director for jazz at the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, has joined Georgetown as Distinguished Artist in Residence.

Historic Third Ward Community Center Asks for Help Rebuilding After Harvey

A historic Third Ward community center damaged during Hurricane Harvey is pleading with the public for financial support to repair its building and restore a treasured work of art reports KPRC.

Houston Black Heritage Festival: Not Just a Festival, It’s An Experience

In less than eight days, Discovery Green will be flooded with music and art lovers for the 3rd Annual Houston Black Heritage Music and Arts Festival. Founded by Richard Andrews, the all-day cultural event promotes diversity and cultural sensitivity.

Blast Off: 2017 American League West Champions Houston Astros

Houston Style Magazine Sports would like to send congratulations to our hometown Houston Astros. The 2017 American League West Champions wrapped up the division by defeating the Seattle Mariners 7-1 on this past Sunday. The Astros won the division for ...

Tony Diaz: The Father of the Librotraficante Movement

In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, Houston Style Magazine is recognizing some of Houston’s most prominent Hispanics that are making a difference in their communities. We start with a man who is known not just in Houston but also throughout ...

OpenStax Partners with Katalyst to Deliver Free Textbooks to Poland

Rice University-based nonprofit OpenStax is partnering with Katalyst Education to bring free, peer-reviewed, openly licensed textbooks to Poland as part of a new effort to internationalize OpenStax's free open textbook model.