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.

Ira Glass Will Share Life Lessons and Anecdotes about His Career in Jones Hall

Creator, producer and host of This American Life, the iconic weekly public radio program, Ira Glass, brings an all-new lecture entitled Seven Things I’ve Learned: An Evening with Ira Glass to Houston. Using audio clips, music, and video, Ira Glass ...

The Rose Invites Supporters to Raise Voices and Funds at “A Time to Care” Luncheon

The Rose will host its Sixth Annual A Time to Care Luncheon with keynote speaker Karen Walrond. Walrond is the creative mind behind the award-winning website Chookooloonks.com. She’s also an attorney, photographer, author, leadership coach and sought-after speaker on topics ...

The Ensemble Theatre to be recognized by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the August Wilson Estate during run of “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom”

The Ensemble Theatre celebrates its 30-year revival of August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, directed by Eileen J. Morris with Opening Night and Media Reception, Thursday, May 10, 2018, 6:30 p.m. 3535 Main Street, Houston, TX 77002.

Nora's Home Hosts "Yoga on the Meadow" to Benefit Organ Transplant Patients

Nora’s Home, Houston’s haven for organ failure and transplant patients receiving care in the Texas Medical Center, will host “Yoga on the Meadow” on Saturday, April 28, 2018 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the Houstonian Hotel, Club and ...

South African Woman Winemaker Of The Year, Ntsiki Biyela Brings The Winemaker Series To Houston

The South African Woman Winemaker of the Year, Ntsiki Biyela, owner of Aslina Wines, is coming to Houston with The Winemaker Series, April 21-27, 2018, brought to you by Branwar Wines. This week of special events will be geared towards ...

Community: AVDA Acts to End Abuse

The fearless AVDA campaign “END ABUSE BEGAN AGAIN” is a strategic force against domestic violence and it has been a successful one. This past week, many well-heeled society women and a few well-suited men filled up the Junior League’s Tearoom ...

HCC Continues to Help Small Business Owners After Harvey

The Houston Community College (HCC) Small Business Procurement will hold its 1stAnnual “Access to HCC” Reverse Expo on Friday, May 4, 2018 from 8 am – 12 pm at the HCC West Houston Institute, 2811 Hayes Rd, Houston, TX 77082.

Second Wind: Houston Rockets Prepare for the 2018 NBA Playoffs

Ask any distance runner what sets them apart from any other athlete and they will give you the same answer over and over. “I knew I could complete the race when my second wind kicked in,” most would reiterate. Second ...

Johnson ‘Sets It Off’ Onstage with Houston Audiences

‘Set It Off Live on stage,’ Je’Caryous Johnson’s most recent anticipated play made its way to Houston and debuted to sold-out audiences. It was a smash hit. “Set It Off Live On Stage’ is based on the original screenplay of ...

Houston Make List Of Best Places to Live In America

The U.S. News and World Report lists ten Texas cities among the 125 best places to live in America. For the second year in a row, Austin tops the list. San Antonio comes in at number 14, followed by DFW ...

Houston, Harris County Get Another $2 Billion in Harvey Recovery Funds

Houston and Harris County each would receive more than $1 billion under Texas' first major Hurricane Harvey recovery spending plan, but relief remains far off for residents in need of housing help.

STAAR Testing Glitch Kicks 40,000 Students Out of Exam for 20 Minutes, TEA Says

A technical issue kicked tens of thousands of Texas students out of the STAAR Online Platform on Tuesday, causing them to be logged out and unable to log back in, a spokeswoman with the Texas Education Agency said.