Houston Memorial High School Basketball Star Jerry Kroll

Where Are They Now | By Andrew Hollan Jerry Kroll led Houston Memorial High School to its only State of Texas Boys’ 4A basketball championship in 1966. During his playing career at Memorial, his team never lost a district game with 81 straight district wins. Beyond basketball, Kroll has also been a...

The 72nd Annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show Welcomes Spectators and Supporters

By Mary Jones and Laura Pennino – The board of directors and sponsors of The Pin Oak Charity Horse Show invite Houston area residents and visitors to enjoy Olympic caliber equestrian competition at the 72nd Annual Pin Oak Charity Horse Show. The horse show will be held Wednesday, March 22nd through...

Are You Rodeo Ready?

By Erica Rico – Grab your cowboy hats and boots, because it is rodeo time. Yes, it’s that time of year when you can smell the barbecue in the air, hear the laughter and shrills coming from the roller coasters and see the lights from the concerts. If you’re a Houstonian, you know it’s the best...

Pets! Ya Gotta Love Em

Jan Glenn’s |  Pawsitively Purrfect- Pets are everywhere in our culture, and it is easy to forget that they are a luxury and come with lots of responsibility.  It is important to remember the time and emotional and financial obligations that are associated with pet ownership. As pets age, the...

When Art and Love Collide: Brian and Alisa Murray

By Minerva Pérez Photos by Heather Ingram of Alisa Murray Photography. Styling by Fallon Pizarro of Kiss my Bootyque – Amazing is not a strong enough word to describe one of Houston’s most artistic couples, Brian and Alisa Murray of Alisa Murray Photography. The power couple has established a...

Spring Branch-Memorial Legend Chris Gilbert

Where Are They Now? – By Andrew Hollan – Arguably the greatest public or private school athlete to compete in the Spring Branch-Memorial area, Chris Gilbert rose to state and national prominence in football. His family moved to the Spring Branch-Memorial area when there was only one elementary...

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