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Stop the Spread of Hate to Honor a King

Love has many definitions. The Holy Bible describes it as patient, kind, protecting, trusting, hopeful, preserving, and without the capability of failing. Webster’s Dictionary also has several meanings of love. It is defined as something that commands admiration, passionate affection ...

Macy's Donates $5,000 to Creative Vida

Macy’s to present $250 gift cards to 20 students during in-store shopping experience as part of Creative Vida’s 1STGEN professional development program

A Message from Harris County District Attorney's Office on Bellaire High School Shooting

"The evidence shows that the act that the juvenile committed was not intentional, but it was reckless. So, this is not an accident, because pulling a trigger on a gun whether you know if it’s loaded or not is an ...

Tony, Grammy and Emmy Award Winner Audra McDonald Will Headline the Theatre Under the Stars Gala in March

Emmy, Grammy, and six-time-Tony-Award-winning Broadway star, Audra McDonald, will headline the Theatre Under The Stars Gala 2020 at The Omni Houston Hotel on Saturday, March 28 at 6:30pm.

Yvonne Orji: Laughter Leads the Way

Known for her role as Molly on HBO's Insecure, Yvonne Orji continues to display her versatility with her upcoming comedy tour Lagos to Laurel.

Windsor Castle Ensemble Provides Grand Finale for Houston Early Music Season

The Queen’s Six makes its Houston Early Music debut with a trilingual presentation of The Origins of Baroque Vocal Music at Christ Church Cathedral, 1117 Texas Ave., Houston, TX 77002, on Friday, April 14, 2020, at 7:30 p.m.

Houston Ranks 32 in 100 Best Cities in the World

“Smart, skilled and soulful, Houston is the American city of the future.” That is the description of Houston by Resonance Consultancy, a strategic business marketing, development and research company, which recently released its 2020 World’s Best Cities Ranking. Houston is ...

The Ensemble Theatre Presents Regional Premiere “The Green Book”

The Ensemble Theatre presents the regional premiere of The Green Book, written by award-winning author Calvin Alexander Ramsey and directed by award-winning director Shirley Jo Finney.

Significant Change

Most people can look back at any point in time and remember a significant event that has changed their lives. Whether it be the birth of a child or being the first in the family to graduate college. Events like ...

One-on-One With Queen of the South Star Hemky Madera

Without a doubt, Hemky Madera is a rising star. Every role he has been casted for, his stand out performances measure up to and often supersede the leading actor/actress. From theatre to television, Madera is unstoppable.

Yates HS earns status as International Baccalaureate World School

Houston Independent School District leaders on Thursday announced Yates High School’s new status as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School, becoming the district’s fifth high school campus to receive official authorization to offer the Diploma Programme.

Houston Ranks 32 in 100 Best Cities in the World

“Smart, skilled and soulful, Houston is the American city of the future.” That is the description of Houston by Resonance Consultancy, a strategic business marketing, development and research company, which recently released its 2020 World’s Best Cities Ranking. Houston is ...

The 34th Annual Houston – Texas Home & Garden Show Comes to NRG Center February 14-16, 2020

The 34th Annual Texas Home & Garden Show, the premier destination for the home and garden needs of all Houstonians will return to NRG Center from February 14-16, 2020. The Texas Home & Garden Show is the best resource for ...

Houston Grand Opera Announces Cast Substitution

Houston Grand Opera (HGO) announces that mezzo-soprano Michaela Martens, scheduled to sing the role of Amneris in Verdi’s Aida, recently withdrew from the production due to personal reasons. Renowned soprano Melody Moore, making her role debut as Amneris, sings the ...

Mouth Bar Removal Starting This Week

Mayor Pro Tem Martin would like to make District E residents aware the City of Houston has issued a Notice To Proceed (NTP) for debris removal services, specifically large silt deposits at the confluence of the West Fork of the ...

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