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MFAH Breaks Ground on 14-Acre Campus Redevelopment MFAH Breaks Ground on 14-Acre Campus Redevelopment

Fayez S. Sarofim campus is a $450-million capital and endowment project

KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Gives A Gift to Houston KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Gives A Gift to Houston

Holiday Pilgrimage 2014: Kappa Has Heart
The 2014 Kappa Kappa Gamma Holiday Pilgrimage, a gift to Houston that is held every other year since 1941, gives us a much-anticipated glimpse into the gracious homes and fabulous …

Urban Zen: Creekside Dojo Brings Spiritual and Nature Connections Urban Zen: Creekside Dojo Brings Spiritual and Nature Connections

Text by Cheryl Alexander Architecture by Gary R. Chandler Architects and Interiors Photography by Miro Dvorscak
Traditional Design Is Winner Of ASID Outdoor Living Award
With the popularity of all things Japanese, it is no surprise that …

Performing Arts Veterans Allison Lott and Kathryn Lott Join Forces to Launch Lott Entertainment Presents Performing Arts Veterans Allison Lott and Kathryn Lott Join Forces to Launch Lott Entertainment Presents

Arts Company Kicks Off Inaugural Season With Cutting-Edge Theatrical Works
After veteran performing arts powerhouses Allison Lott and Kathryn Lott joined forces in January to form Lott Entertainment — a consulting, project management and special events …

Catwalks & Classrooms Catwalks & Classrooms

Design Competition Showcases Up-And-Coming Local Designers And Their Upcycled Fashions

Memorial Park Master Plan
Implementation Underway
Memorial Park Master Plan </br>Implementation Underway

Inaugural Project Begins With 113-Acre Eastern Glades
At nearly 1,500 acres, Memorial Park is Houston’s largest urban-center park and is almost double the size of New York’s Central Park. On April 1, 2015, the Houston City …

WASH Celebrates 40 Years
of Watercolor Art
WASH Celebrates 40 Years </br>of Watercolor Art

Exhibition In Nov.-Dec. Showcases “Best Of The Best”
Almost all of us remember the flat tin box containing little squares of watercolor paint that was part of our standard school supplies. Perhaps because of this, …

Memorial Hermann Razzle Dazzle “Power of Pink” Luncheon Memorial Hermann Razzle Dazzle “Power of Pink” Luncheon

Houston Celebrates Cora Sue Mach Day
Geralyn Lucas, American journalist, television producer, The New York Times best-selling author of Why I Wore Lipstick (to My Mastectomy) and Then Came Life, and a proud breast cancer …

Online Quilt Auction to Raise Funds For Ovarian Cancer Research And Awareness Online Quilt Auction to Raise Funds For Ovarian Cancer Research And Awareness

By Mara Soloway
Photos By Shawn Green and Barbara Lynn
After several successful online quilt auctions in previous years, The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center is again holding an online quilt auction with donations of …

When Trial and Error Become Art When Trial and Error Become Art

Amanda Armistead took her first art class — one in ceramics — in 1976 at the local junior college. She couldn’t know at its beginning that misfortune would soon befall her. She worked very hard …

“What Happened Today?” “What Happened Today?”

The Collective Cover Project Exhibition At HCCC
This fall, Houston Center for Con­temporary Craft (HCCC) presents What Happened Today?, an exhibition of newly created works by Arizona-based fiber artist, Ann Morton. Through two large-scale installations, Morton …

Change: the Only Thing Constant in the Queen of Houston Gardening’s Landscape Change: the Only Thing Constant in the Queen of Houston Gardening’s Landscape

Kathy Huber shares her wisdom gained over 30 years
By Cherie Foster Colburn
When Georgia native Kathy Huber drove into Houston in the late 1970s, she never dreamed she would spend the next three decades as one …

U-Haul Destination No. 1 U-Haul Destination No. 1

Movers, Not Rain, Flooded Houston In 2014
The rains immersed Houston and other Texas cities in recent weeks, giving Harris County its wettest spring on record and creating trying times for families and businesses that sustained …

The Devastating Impact of Bullying The Devastating Impact of Bullying

Studies Show Far-Reaching Effects
New laws, media attention and public awareness campaigns have placed a greater emphasis on bullying in recent years than perhaps ever in the nation’s history.
Yet bullying remains a stubborn problem with far-reaching …

Tilman J. Fertitta to Build Luxury Tower Tilman J. Fertitta to Build Luxury  Tower

The Post Oak Will Be Mixed-Use 35-Story Development
Tilman J. Fertitta has broken ground on The Post Oak, the first vertical mixed-use, master-planned project in Houston that combines hotel, office, residential, retail and restaurant offerings all …

Ysabel LeMay Represents Texas at National Museum of Women in the Arts Ysabel LeMay Represents Texas at National Museum of Women in the Arts

Exhibition Runs June 5-Sept. 13 In Washington, D.C.
This summer, Austin-based visual artist Ysabel LeMay proudly represents the state of Texas at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA) in Washington, D.C. From June …

5 New Things to do in Galveston! 5 New Things to do in Galveston!

Besides Beaches, Vacation Destination Also Offers Fun, Food, Family Attractions, Tours, Culture And History
Why not experience life on island time on your long-awaited vacation this summer? Galveston Island’s enchanting views of sparkling waters and sandy …