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Charlie’s Angels

COVER STORY | By Lara Bell As a parent, the worst thing I think that I could hear is, “Your child has cancer.” I recently sat down with Angela...
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Spring Branch Education Foundation Awards 89 Scholarships

Eighty-nine Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) seniors received $118,000 in scholarships at the Spring Branch Education Foundation...
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Absolutely Q&A – Summer Safety

During the summer, children have the opportunity to participate in a variety of events and activities that they normally don’t have time for during...
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Building Strong Athletes, Brick by Brick

This past summer, something exciting began on Memorial High School’s (MHS) campus:  A new, state-of-the-art athletic facility broke ground. The...
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2015 Volkswagen Touareg

absolutely! AUTO REVIEW | By Steve Kursar – The 2015 Volkswagen (VW) Touaregis a luxury performance vehicle masquerading as a car for the...
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Go Noah, Go!

By Jennifer Elliott – “Go Noah, Go!” Go Noah, Go!”  The chant rose into the warm summer air as seven-year-old Noah Folloder backstroked...
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Family Winery Tour

VineSleuth By Amy Gross –  As I write this month’s column, I am escaping the heat, instead enjoying winter in Patagonia with my family. We...
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Women’s Memorial Hermann at Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center “Steps Up” as Pr...

Women’s Memorial Hermann at Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center – West Houston’s only dedicated women’s hospital – is proud to...
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recent from History Promoting the Arts in Early Houston: Emma Richardson Cherry
Promoting the Arts in Early Houston: Emma Richardson Cherry A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY By The Heritage Society | Images from  The Heritage Society Collection- Emma Richardson Cherry was a pioneer in the arts and art education. She was born in 1859 into a modest family in Aurora, Illinois. As a young woman, she studied art in New York and Chicago, winning multiple...
recent from Feature Stories Go Noah, Go!
Go Noah, Go! By Jennifer Elliott – “Go Noah, Go!” Go Noah, Go!”  The chant rose into the warm summer air as seven-year-old Noah Folloder backstroked across the pool. Noah has been swimming since he was nine months old, but this was his first year to be on the swim team. The Fonn Villas swim team cheers...
recent from Newsworthy Spring Branch Education Foundation Awards 89 Scholarships
Spring Branch Education Foundation Awards 89 Scholarships Eighty-nine Spring Branch Independent School District (SBISD) seniors received $118,000 in scholarships at the Spring Branch Education Foundation (SBEF) 2015 Bright Stars of SBISD, Celebrating Academic Excellence awards program on May 15th at The Westin Houston, Memorial City. The event, hosted by SBEF and...
recent from Film Review Superman – Man of Steel
Superman – Man of Steel By Nick Nicholson When one thinks back to Superman’s creation in 1938, it boggles the mind to think of just how much that superhero has been loved and revered over time. It’s dizzying to think that through comic books, cartoons, television shows and feature films, there have been an inordinate number of...
recent from Auto Review 2015 Volkswagen Touareg
2015 Volkswagen Touareg absolutely! AUTO REVIEW | By Steve Kursar – The 2015 Volkswagen (VW) Touaregis a luxury performance vehicle masquerading as a car for the masses. It is a superbly capable vehicle that should its secret get out, will have buyers flocking to VW dealerships. This is no “people’s car” as the brand...
recent from Columns Bullying
Bullying Kids’ Corner |  By Patrick Biron – Bullying. It is as hot of a buzzword and topic as any in schools nowadays – and for good reason. But what if I told you most parents, coaches and schools aren’t addressing the problem in a way that will properly fix it? As a parent, it’s extremely painful to...