Houston Ballet to Give a Performance in the Woodlands, TX

Houston Ballet will hit the road, traveling just north of their home venue to perform an exciting mixed repertory program at The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands, TX on Friday, May 4, 2018. The evening will include four ...

East End to Host Cinco de Mayo and Piñatafest in “El Corazon de la Comunidad”

The East End District, in partnership with the East End Foundation, Houston Arts Alliance, Houston First and other cultural and arts organizations of the Houston area will bring colorful festivities for children and adults alike to the award-winning Navigation Esplanade ...

Beyoncé awards $25K Homecoming Scholars Award to TSU

Beyoncé, through her BeyGOOD initiative, has announced a partnership with Google.org, the charitable arm of tech giant Google, to award four new scholarships to Historic Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) as part of her Homecoming Scholars Award Program.

Most Houstonians believe more regulation would have ‘significantly reduced’ Harvey damage

Rice U.’s 2018 Kinder Houston Area Survey reveals that residents continue to say traffic is still area’s biggest problem and majorities believe that more money is needed for public education

HFT Rejects Energerized for Excellence to Run Schools

Numerous troubling questions about the private nonprofit charter school operator Energized for Excellence Academy and the Texas for-profit Educational Learning and Enrichment Center Inc. make them a risky choice to operate 10 low-performing Houston public schools, the Houston Federation of ...

Avoidance: Houston Texans Hope to Stay Healthy In 2018

Are you ready for some football? Well not yet. There are still five months to go before NFL Kickoff 2018, but if you are a die-hard Texans fan, you have every reason to be excited. Houston held their off-season media ...

Houston Black Real Estate Association Celebrates the 50th Anniversary of Fair Housing Act Signed Seven Days After the Assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Houston Black Real Estate Association, (HBREA) a local chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB), the country’s oldest, minority real estate trade association is planning a week-long series of events, April 14-21, 2018 in observance of ...

Dr. Grenita Lathan: Not Compromising to Give Children the Best

Three weeks in and Dr. Grenita Lathan is still smiling. The North Carolina native was recently appointed as Houston ISD Interim Superintendent of the largest school district in Texas and the seventh largest school district in the country with more ...

Astros Statement on Barbara Bush

Astros President of Business Operations Reid Ryan has released the following statement regarding the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush.

Mayor's statement on death of former First Lady Barbara Bush

"Barbara Pierce Bush was best known to the world as the wife of a president and the mother of another, but in Houston we also knew her as a local leading light, an achiever in her own right who spoke ...

Adrian Garcia statement on the passing of former First Lady Barbara Bush

Former Sheriff Adrian Garcia, candidate for County Commissioner Precinct 2, issued the following statement today:

TUTS Announces Winners of the 16th Annual Tommy Tune Awards!

Theatre Under The Stars (TUTS) awarded high school students from across the Greater Houston area for excellence in theatre last night at the 16th Annual Tommy Tune Awards!

Dr. Scott Yarish Provides Reconstructive Surgery to People in Need in Mexico

Houston plastic surgeon Dr. Scott Yarish, of Yarish Plastic Surgery, to provide free reconstructive surgery for the less fortunate in Mexico.

Hollywood Comes to Houston for B. Savvy, Inc Red Carpet Launch Experience

VH1 Love and Hip Hop Reality Star, Producer, Recording Artist and Fitness Trainer Nikko London announces his guest appearance at B. SAVVY, Inc. Launch Experience and Birthday Celebration of top publicists Bella Leah and Berry Dynamic on April 28, 2018 ...

Commissioner Ellis, Mayor Turner Announce Precinct One’s Commitment to Spend up to $10 Million on Pedestrian and Bike Improvements

Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis and Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner announced on April 16 that Precinct One will commit to spend up to $10 million for one year on pedestrian- and bike-safety improvements on Houston streets in Precinct One.