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Jan Glenn’s, Pawsitively Purrfect - Oh, to be in the doghouse now! These days, dogs in the know want to combine all of their design ideas into...
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Poolside Bites

By Stephenie Cox- The Houston heat and sweltering humidity can only mean one thing – it’s time for a pool party! Houstonians won’t be stopped...
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Sweet Tips for a Fabulous 4th of July

It’s easy to throw a 4th of July party that looks like you worked on it for weeks. Celebrate the holiday in style by serving classic entrées...
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absolutely Q & A Pediatric Urgent Care vs. Pediatric Emergency Center

Expert: Dr. Joseph Allen, medical director of the emergency center at Texas Children’s Hospital West Campus Oftentimes, families turn to an...
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July 2014 – Memorial Mentions

The Hooks from Hunters Creek Elementary won the Spring Branch Memorial Sports Association Midget 8U Gold Championship. Pictured are Coaches Baris...
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July 2014 – Memorial Mentions

Bunker Hill Elementary Diamonds were the regular season champs for Spring Branch Memorial Sports Association 6U softball! Pictured are Kennedy Wall,...
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West Houston Veteran Florist Delivers Great Success with Humility

By Tamika Starks - Sarah Cain knows there’s a close correlation between growing flowers and growing a business. Both require nurturing, attention...
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BMW and Women Driving Business Celebrate 10th Year Anniversary with Unique Speakers and “T...

Celebrating its 10th year, Women Driving Business (WDB), a committee of the Houston West Chamber of Commerce, will commemorate this momentous...
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