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Celebrating a Milestone: The 50th Galveston Historic Homes Tour Makes Its Grand Return

Step into the living tapestry of Galveston’s celebrated past as the Galveston Historical Foundation (GHF) cordially invites you to the 50th Anniversary of the Galveston Historic Homes Tour. This hallmark event, flourishing with a half-century of tradition, makes its grand return on the weekends of May 4, 5, 11, and 12, 2024, promising a rich exploration of the island's architectural splendors.

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Embrace the Elegance: All You Need to Explore 'Bridgerton' Season 3's Enchanting Episodes

Houston Style Magazine connoisseurs, as you ready your evening tea and finest attire, prepare for the grand return of Netflix's crown jewel, 'Bridgerton.' The third installment of this lavish series has unfurled its tapestry of episodes, each a gem nestled in the grand narrative of Regency romance.

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Unveiling Futures: HISD’s 12th When I Grow Up Expo and Job Fair Bridges Dreams to Reality in Houston!

Houston Style Magazine presents a unique opportunity for the future architects of society at the 12th Annual When I Grow Up Expo. The Houston Independent School District (HISD) is once again igniting the spark of career curiosity among young minds. On Saturday, April 27, 2024, from the energetic morning hours of 10:00 a.m. until the eventful close at 2:00 p.m., the Hattie Mae White Educational Support Center transforms into a hub of career exploration and inspiration.

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Beyoncé Leads the Charge in Country Music's Inclusive Renaissance

CALL ME COUNTRY: BEYONCÉ & NASHVILLE’S RENAISSANCE

Houston's very own Beyoncé has etched her name into the annals of country music history, becoming the first Black woman to conquer Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart. This milestone is more than a personal triumph; it's a catalyst for a much-needed dialogue about the essence of country music, a conversation that Houston Style Magazine is proud to amplify.

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Mayor Whitmire Names New Department of Neighborhoods Director – Herbert Sims

In a move that fortifies the city's commitment to community development, Mayor John Whitmire has officially instated Herbert Sims as the Director of the Department of Neighborhoods (DON) for Houston, a position he has notably filled on an interim basis since February. Sims, a seasoned city employee with over twenty years of dedicated service, has ascended through the ranks with a track record of distinguished leadership and strategic fiscal management, including his tenure as assistant director where he was instrumental in overseeing the department's annual budget and procurement.

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Rice University Spearheads Educational Revolution with OpenStax Research Collaboration

Rice University has embarked on a revolutionary journey to reshape the landscape of educational research with the introduction of a colossal nationwide collaboration hosted by OpenStax. This initiative is set to transform how learning is understood and applied across the educational spectrum. An insightful news conference is scheduled for Wednesday, April 24, at 10:30 a.m. CST, in the innovative corridors of Rice's Ion hub, welcoming the dawn of a new educational era.

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Harris County Triumphs: Uplift Harris Guaranteed Income Program Prevails in Court

Harris County, Texas – In a pivotal court decision, Harris County Commissioner Rodney Ellis applauds the triumph of the community initiative Uplift Harris over the legal challenge presented by the Texas Attorney General's Office. The significant ruling has paved the way for the deployment of a landmark guaranteed income program, setting a precedent for community support mechanisms in Texas.

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Harris County Upholds Support for Families: Court Sustains Uplift Harris Program

In a landmark decision, the 165th District Court stood with Harris County, denying the motion by the Texas Attorney General's Office to halt the county's pioneering Uplift Harris initiative. This guaranteed income project is designed to empower Harris County families, offering financial stability in challenging times.

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Rice University Spearheads Groundbreaking NSF Workshop on Advancing Research Security

Rice University, in a groundbreaking partnership with the University of Houston, IPTalons, and the Society of Research Administrators International, is gearing up to host a landmark NSF-funded workshop aimed at reinforcing research security globally. This pioneering event, supported by the NSF's Office of the Chief of Research Security, Strategy and Policy, seeks to shape forward-looking laws, policies, and guidelines.

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Honoring Legacy and Learning: FREE ADMISSION at Holocaust Museum Houston in May

Discover history and honor memories at the Holocaust Museum Houston (HMH), with complimentary access on select dates this May. Engage with the powerful narratives and preserve the legacies of Holocaust survivors Walter Kase and Stefi Altman with two dedicated FREE ADMISSION Days.

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