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Contemporary Art Finds a Home in Houston

A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY | By The Heritage Society - In 1949, one of the most short-lived but most striking buildings of Houston’s past made a...
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CanCare Celebrates 25th Anniversary and Cancer Survivorship

On Thursday, May 28th at 11:30 am, the Memorial area non-profit organization CanCare will host a National Cancer Survivors Day Luncheon at The Westin...
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Paul O’Sullivan Named CEO of Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center

Paul O’Sullivan was recently appointed Chief Executive Officer at Memorial Hermann Memorial City Medical Center. O’Sullivan succeeds CEO Keith...
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Lost… But Found!

Jan Glenn’s | Pawsitively Purrfect - Here’s the deal: If you care about your pet, and you don’t implant a microchip in him as soon as...
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MetroNational Continues to Enhance Memorial City with Removal of Power Lines

MetroNational, owner, manager and developer of Houston’s Memorial City, recently announced the first phase of completion of a precedent-setting...
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Kinley Stokes Gives Books to Kids in Need

Kinley Stokes, a 17 year-old junior at Sugar Land Preparatory Academy, has had her share of visiting doctors and hospitals. Kinley was diagnosed with...
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Mentor Knows Best: The Mother’s Day Edition

absolutely! DELICIOUS – Whether she’s your mom or a “like-a-mother” mentor, chances are you’ve got a lot to thank her for this...
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Garden-Inspired Gifts for Mom

If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift for a mom who has it all or just the right way to express your love and appreciation, this Mother’s...
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recent from History Contemporary Art Finds a Home in Houston
Contemporary Art Finds a Home in Houston A LITTLE PIECE OF HISTORY | By The Heritage Society - In 1949, one of the most short-lived but most striking buildings of Houston’s past made a brief initial appearance at 302 Dallas Street in downtown Houston. The modern, triangular building certainly caught the attention of passers-by. Nestled between...
recent from Feature Stories Garden-Inspired Gifts for Mom
Garden-Inspired Gifts for Mom If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift for a mom who has it all or just the right way to express your love and appreciation, this Mother’s Day, you can give a gift that keeps on growing with items inspired by the garden. There’s no better way to show Mom how much you care than by taking the time...
recent from Newsworthy CanCare Celebrates 25th Anniversary and Cancer Survivorship
CanCare Celebrates 25th Anniversary  and Cancer Survivorship On Thursday, May 28th at 11:30 am, the Memorial area non-profit organization CanCare will host a National Cancer Survivors Day Luncheon at The Westin Houston Memorial City. The event will honor CanCare volunteers, as well as celebrate cancer survivorship and CanCare’s 25th Anniversary. The event’s...
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 RAM Power Wagon
2015 RAM Power Wagon absolutely! AUTO REVIEW | By Steve Kursar – If you’re feeling that the family minivan isn’t doing anything for your tough guy image, and you want to drive something that won’t get great fuel economy but may just allow you and the kids to survive almost any kind of calamity to hit Texas, then...
recent from Columns Lost… But Found!
Lost… But Found! Jan Glenn’s | Pawsitively Purrfect - Here’s the deal: If you care about your pet, and you don’t implant a microchip in him as soon as possible, you might be in for a lot of sadness if he gets lost! Putting a microchip in your pet is an easy thing to do. I experienced the value of a microchip firsthand...