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Watercolor Artist Comes Full Circle
By Cheryl Alexander
In 1978, Mark Stewart, now an award-winning artist and architect, made his first visit to New York City as an employee of a large Houston-based architectural firm. He was …

Rising Equestrian Star Rising Equestrian Star

Kara Hachigian Competes In Top Horse Shows Across The Country
By Rebecca Maitland
Houston has a rising star in the equestrian competition circuit, and she has already made incredible accomplishments considering her young age. Today, she is …

“Houston’s Largest Home Tour”
Returns for April
“Houston’s Largest Home Tour”  </br>Returns for April

More Than 100 New-Home Models Will Be Open In 10 Communities
The Johnson Development Corp. (JDC) is opening hundreds of doors citywide this April for “Houston’s Largest Home Tour,” combining home tours with public events that …

Get Ready for the 8th Annual Texas Bands, Brews & BBQ! Get Ready for the 8th Annual Texas Bands, Brews & BBQ!

BBQ And Boot Scootin’ Country Music Highlight May 2 Fundraiser To Support Ronald McDonald House
By Elizabeth Anthony
What better way to spend your Saturday evening than enjoying Texas’ favorite country music bands and limitless award-winning BBQ? …

Florescence Returns to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, April 28-29 Florescence Returns to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, April 28-29

One Of The Nation’s Largest Flower Shows Sanctioned
By The Garden Club Of America
One of the nation’s largest competitive flower shows, Florescence, returns to Houston on Tuesday, April 28, and Wednesday, April 29. Presented by River …

Shop to Support the American
Heart Association
Shop to Support the American </br>Heart Association

Shopping Card Offers Discounts At Hundreds Of Toparea Retailers And Restaurants April 24 – May 3
The American Heart Association’s highly anticipated Shop With Heart Card shopping and dining fundraising event presented by the Heart Guild …

San Jacinto Day Festival, April 18 San Jacinto Day Festival, April 18

Battle Reenactment Highlights The Entertainment
The largest battle reenactment in the state will be the centerpiece of the admission-free San Jacinto Day Festival on Saturday, April 18 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on the grounds …

Pin Oak Charity Horse Show’s 70th Year! Pin Oak Charity Horse Show’s 70th Year!

A Long Tradition Of Giving And Excellence
By Melanie Saxton
Competitors, exhibitors and fans will become a part of history at the 2015 equestrian extravaganza, ringing in a remarkable 70th year. Since 1945, the Pin Oak Charity …

Celebrating Spring for 80 Years! Celebrating Spring for 80 Years!

Butterfly Garden.

River Oaks Garden Club Presents Annual Azalea Trail
By Elizabeth Anthony
Azalea is the name given to the various spectacular flowering shrubs (genus Rhododendron) of the Heath family that are in full bloom each spring in …

Spring Home & Garden Tour in Houston Heights, April 11-12 Spring Home & Garden Tour in Houston Heights,  April 11-12

“Embracing Change” Theme Showcases Six Houses
Kicking off with its Candlelight Dinner & Auction on April 10, the annual weekend-long Houston Heights Association Spring Home & Garden Tour scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, April 11 and …

Much Ado About Margaritas! Much Ado About Margaritas!

Houston Couple Create The Highest-Rated Mix For The Drink
By Rebecca Maitland
Americans love margaritas, the most popular ordered drink in America. Moreover, on average, Americans consume 185,000 margaritas per hour, per Brown-Forman Corporation, one of the …

Carverdale BBQ Spot Lives On Through Namesake Carverdale BBQ Spot Lives On Through Namesake

Despite Changes, An Eatery Serves The Community
For Nearly 50 Years
By Joel Weckerly
The small eatery that sits on the 5500 block of N. Gessner Drive was built nearly 50 years ago with students in the Fairbanks …

Watercolor Art Society of Houston Watercolor Art Society of Houston

Group’s 38th International Exhibition Runs March 10-April 9
By Cheryl Alexander
The Watercolor Art Society of Houston (WASH), a nonprofit arts organization that has been in existence for more than 50 years, encourages and supports the creation …

Audubon Program to Honor Texas Women in Conservation Audubon Program to Honor Texas Women in Conservation

Allan Rodewald explains the layers of his accomplishment as an artist

Humor, Sensuality and Whimsy Humor, Sensuality and Whimsy

Allan Rodewald explains the layers of his accomplishment as an artist

Allan Rodewald finds a Stratum of Success Allan Rodewald finds a Stratum of Success

Allan Rodewald explains the layers of his accomplishment as an artist

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