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EXPERIENCE THE GREAT OUTDOORS AT CANYON MADNESS RANCH IN NEW MEXICO

Experience Canyon Madness Ranch, a truly luxurious outdoor playground that is spectacularly beautiful and tranquil.

Black Restaurant Week– Houston Serves Up Heritage with No Crumb Left Behind Campaign

Black Restaurant Week, LLC, hosts its campaign in Houston. The national culinary and cultural campaign celebrates the flavors of African American, African, and Caribbean cuisine with a regional showcase in Houston. Black Restaurant Week is also celebrating six years of ...

Houston Style Magazine Honors Women Who Did It First

Houston is the place where giants are birth. Walking among us are history makers, trailblazers, and winners. We may not always know their names or what they did.

Jehovah’s Witnesses Invite the Public to a Special Talk

Growing up in a musical family, Raymond Maynard, of Bryan, was determined to seek stardom, but the time spent in that quest would not compare to the “priceless pearl” he would later find.

Mayor Turner On Asian Attacks

At my request, the Houston Police Department is increasing patrols beginning today near homes and businesses in Houston’s Asian commu- nity. We are taking these steps following the violence in Atlanta and acts of hate against Asian-Americans nationwide. HPD assures ...

Honoring Women Who Inspire

A person can be inspired by anything from anywhere. Inspiration can fuel our actions, thoughts, feelings, and takes us on a journey toward success. The women featured in this week’s cover story inspire little ones growing up but also adults ...

Houston - Mayor Sylvester Turner has named Houston native and 31-year Houston Police Department veteran, Executive Chief Troy Finner, to serve as the City’s next Police Chief

Chief Finner began his career with the Houston Police Department in 1990 and has worked in every aspect of the department, serving the citizens of Houston in the Office of Public Affairs, Southwest Division, South Gessner Division, and the Internal ...

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo resigning to lead the Miami department

Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo, who gained a national profile by criticizing President Donald Trump and marching with George Floyd protesters, has resigned to lead the Miami Police Department.

HARRIS COUNTY Announces $550K In Grants To Combat Food Insecurity

Healthy, fresh food should be affordable and accessible to everyone. Unfortunately, that is not the case for many Harris County residents. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, an estimated 738,140 people in Harris County were considered food insecure, and at least ...

Honoring Houston Women in the Pulpit

Women in the pulpit are always a controversial topic in some religious circles. Basing their belief of 1 Timothy 2:12 where Paul writes to Timothy in a letter saying, “I do not permit a woman to teach or to exercise ...

Thompson San Antonio: San Antonio’s New Luxury Lifestyle Hotel

The Thompson San Antonio opens today, ushering in a contemporary new vision to a tourist Texas destination.

Harris County Announces $550K in Grants to Combat Food Insecurity, Food Deserts

Healthy, fresh food should be affordable and accessible to everyone. Unfortunately, that is not the case for many Harris County residents. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, an estimated 738,140 people in Harris County were considered food insecure, and at least ...

Blind 85-yo fears losing her home after winter storm damage

A family in southwest Houston said they're on the verge of losing their home following the aftermath of the winter storm that hit Houston three weeks ago.

Amanda K. Edwards Announces 2nd Virtual Winter Storm Seniors Check-In Phone Bank

Former Houston City Council Member Amanda Edwards has announced another virtual event. The “Texas Winter Storm Seniors Check-In Phone Bank” will take place on Saturday, March 6 from 9:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. to support low-income Senior Citizens in need ...

RESILIENT HOUSTON– One Year Report Shows Progress in 2020

The recent winter storm and cascading infrastructure failure is another reminder that our most vulnerable people, places, and systems are disproportionally affected by disasters. Today, Mayor Sylvester Turner and Chief Resilience Officer Marissa Aho released the one-year report for the ...