• Elvin Franklin Jr. Looking Out for the Underserved of Houston

    Sep 15, 2017, 7:28 a.m.

    Never forget from whence you came was a principle that a young Elvin Franklin Jr. learned at church. It is a lesson that has not only stuck with him but motivates him for what he does daily, help the underserved.
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  • The Storm We’ll Never Forget

    Sep 8, 2017, 6:55 a.m.

    Five storms etched in Texans’ memory top the list as being among those as the most costly and deadly.
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  • Boss Kids: Mini Moguls On the Rise in Business

    Aug 25, 2017, 8 a.m.

    Kid jobs were different years ago. Paper routes, cutting neighborhood yards, and the ever popular lemonade stand were the usual. Kids’ goals were fairly simple for raising money. They wanted to buy some toy or game or sometimes even shoes that mom may have said were too expensive. T
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  • Incredible Things Are Happening In HISD

    Aug 18, 2017, 8 a.m.

    “I am proud to report that HISD continues to make academic progress district wide,” said a pleased Houston ISD Superintendent Richard A. Carranza as he bragged on the district that has been under his administration for the last 12 months. The Texas Education Agency (TEA), a branch of the state government responsible for overseeing public education, recently released their accountability ratings for school campuses for the 2016-2017 school year and Houston ISD scored well.
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  • Balancing Books and Politics: PVAMU Student Goes to College As Youngest City Councilman in the State

    Aug 11, 2017, 7:23 a.m.

    As a member of the graduating class of 2018, Kendric D. Jones is a pro at going back-to-college. He knows what to pack, what to expect, and basically what to do. However, this year will be different than usual when returning to Prairie View A&M University to finish up his last two semesters of his undergraduate collegiate career as he will have a lot more to juggle balancing books with politics.
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  • Power Up with Tommy, Julio, Dre and AT&T

    Aug 4, 2017, 8:04 a.m.

    AT&T has become known as the brand to mobilize your world. But this past weekend in Houston AT&T brought the power to our world in the form of Joseph Sikora, J.R. Ramirez, and Rotimi Akinosho. The cast of the highly rated #1 program on Starz “Power” was in town for an exclusive meet and greet with fans of the show. And of course, Houston Style Magazine was there to learn a little more about the guys and now you will too.
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  • Bryson Tiller To Set It Off In Houston

    Jul 28, 2017, 7 a.m.

    Fame rarely comes overnight - a reality most artists are forced to accept early on - but for Kentucky native Bryson Tiller, failure has never been an option. Since debuting his infectious T R A P S O U L album in 2015, he’s been a busy man, ruling the airwaves with hits like “Don’t” and “Exchange.”
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  • Hill Harper’s New Mission: Increasing Health and Wellness with New Personal Care Line

    Jul 21, 2017, 7 a.m.

    “We have to take our health extremely seriously. We have nothing if we don’t have our health,” advises actor, author, philanthropist and entrepreneur Hill Harper. Like with most things, many Americans with good health take it for granted. It is not until a health warning or scare happens that we are jolted with the awareness that I must do better to take care of me.
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Houston Style Magazine reporters Destany Rainey and Natasha Ero was on the red carpet at the Houston Iconic Fashion Week Charity Show at Saks Fifth’s 51 Fifteen. The event put on by Gaelle Inc., a penetrating fashion brand, was in association with the launch of Houston Iconic Fashion Week (HIFW) hosted by celebrity stylist and creative director to Beyonce’, Ty Hunter. The HIFW Charity Fashion Show previewed the spring 2018 collections of 6 amazing and diverse designers, including Laurence Basse from Season 15 of Project Runway.