• Class of 2016: Saluting African American and Hispanic High School Valedictorians

    May 27, 2016, 4:31 a.m.

    List of the 2016 ValedictoriansCompletion is not always a word that is so definite and permanent. Most commonly completion means the job is finished. One’s work is done. However, high school graduation is not one of life’s occurrences that I consider as complete. It is one step towards something greater.
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  • Summer Of Fun In The City

    May 20, 2016, 3:16 a.m.

    Summers in the city are one thing and one thing only…hot. Not just hot with heat that makes men sweat and women glisten but summers in Houston are hot with action. Whether you’re looking for ways to be the scorching temperatures with a cool retreat or laugh the night away under the stars, Houston has offerings for your fancy. Get your calendar and take notes, its time to plan your summer of fun.
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  • Donate Food to Stamp Out Hungry

    May 12, 2016, 8:10 p.m.

    When I get hungry I go to the refrigerator or pantry and make a decision on what I want to eat. Chicken on turkey? Corn or cauliflower? Tea or water? I take for granted that when I open the door of the refrigerator or pantry that food will be inside. Far too many people don’t have the same experience when they are hungry. Their bellies grumble for food but their pantry is empty. Their refrigerator is not stocked. They don’t even know when or if they will have their next meal.
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  • Single Mothers: Honoring Those Who Wear Multiple Hats

    May 6, 2016, 5:47 a.m.

    Houston Style Magazine knows the struggles of mothers and though we would love to sprinkle some love and appreciation on all our readers who are mothers (single or not) we can’t. But do know we appreciate, love, and commend all of you. However, we can spotlight a select few who were nominated by our loyal readership. So here’s to mothers who are doing it all! We salute single mothers this Mother’s Day.
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  • A Conversation With The Family Of Miles Davis, On Miles Ahead & More

    Apr 29, 2016, 5:27 a.m.

    When you set foot inside the St. Regis Hotel, you’re transported to a different time and age. Bronze pops within the hotel, the bar is saturated with oak and ‘60s style decorum. It feels like a mix of modern hotel display and some of the intoxicating locales once populate by the likes of Sinatra & Sammy Davis. It only makes perfect sense that here is where we sit down and attempt to discuss the widespread legacy of Miles Davis.
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  • Changing Times: Former Slave Replaces Slave Owner as New Face of the $20 Bill

    Apr 22, 2016, 7:17 a.m.

    Harriet Tubman is one of America’s heroes that is often not talked about. Sure you hear her name during Black History Month but she never has gotten the true justice, honor, and respect as a hero of the slavery movement. She risked her life making 13 or more mission to free slaves, thereby saving their lives and keeping their families together. And one she lead them to freedom she didn’t let them go but she established them by securing jobs. She was a fighter. Going up against slave owners, she was the first woman to lead an armed expedition in a war guided raid. She is a true symbol of courage and freedom.
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  • Parental Advice On Loving Unconditionally When Faced With Autism

    Apr 15, 2016, 1:42 a.m.

    Unconditional love can be a hard concept to grasp until you are put in certain situations. Being a new parent is one of those situations. Unconditional love happens instantly the moment you find out you’re bringing a new life into the world; the moment when you see the first ultrasound photo; the moment when you hold your baby in your arms for the first time. Love of this nature is strong and powerful. It evokes actions where you become a protector and nurturer. When those roles are threaten and you lose your control that is when unconditional love becomes deeper.
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  • Houston's One Shining Moment

    Apr 8, 2016, 5:47 a.m.

    As the confetti fell inside NRG Stadium on Monday night, it concluded the NCAA basketball season. Villanova won a thrilling game with a chaotic finale to win their second national championship over North Carolina. A iconic shot from Villanova forward Kris Jenkins not only sent Villanova into euphoria, it was the perfect cap to a more than blossoming weekend for the city of Houston, college basketball fans, local business and more.
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Stop The Silence 5K with Mayor Sylvester Turner

Sisters Network® Inc hosted the 7th National African American Breast Cancer 5K Walk /Run in Downtown Houston, Texas at Discovery Green Park on April 16th 2016. Funds raised from Stop the Silence® will benefit Sisters Network® Inc. Breast Cancer Assistance Program (BCAP), which provides assistance to women facing financial challenges after breast cancer diagnosis. This program offers financial assistance for mammograms, medical related lodging, co-pay; office visits, prescriptions, and transportation.