Should Your Kid Play Football?

Dr. Howard Derman

 If you have been wondering whether it is ok for you or your kid to play football read on.

Celebrating The Rice Centennial.

The Life and Times of William Marsh Rice

By Randal Hall

West University Vietnam War veteran and businessman takes a stand for community and country

by Marene Gustin


“I don’t know why I survived Vietnam and a lot of better men didn’t,” muses John Carloss in his office at Venetian Blind Carpet One Floor & Home.

He picks up a photo of his platoon, young men in fatigues, smiling at the camera.

“Four off these men didn’t come back.”

Houston Food Bank Receives 37,000-pound Donation from LULAC and Tyson Foods

HOUSTON, TX ...Texas is among the top states in the U.S. with the highest rate of childhood hunger; one in four children struggle with hunger and food security. Nearly 18 percent of the Texas population is considered food insecure. In order to fight the state's hunger problem and create awareness about hunger, the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) and Tyson Foods, Inc. joined together to donate more than 37,000 pounds of food to the Houston Food Bank.

Cibolo Creek Ranch-

One man's dream of owning a Big Bend Texas ranch.

It can be yours and your friends for a weekend Houston's own John Poindexter and how he got there.

Celebrating the Completion of Kirby Drive

Kirby area property and business owners joined elected officials, Upper Kirby District board members and Houston area management district leaders Thursday, December 15 at the iconic 2727 Kirby Drive high rise development to ring in the holiday season and celebrate the completion of Kirby Drive construction from US 59 to Westheimer

Cast & Blast

Grosse Savanne-
A True Sportsman’s Paradise

By William Hanover

The Great American Cantina

by Marene Gustin


In Goma.




Dr. Ivany & Campus

On July 1, 2004, Dr. Robert Ivany became the eighth president of the University of St. Thomas, a Catholic, Basilian university in the heart of Houston. Ivany came to the university after a thirty-four year career in the United States Army.

Percy P. Creuzot, Jr.

Percy “Frenchy” Creuzot, New Orleans native, came to Houston in 1965 to work as a traveling salesman. His ambitions quickly shifted to food, and on July 3rd, 1969, he and his wife Sallie opened up a po-boy shop bearing his nickname on Scott Street,

John A. Burdine, MD

1936 - 2010

Houston Works

In life you will be asked at least once, 'what did you want to be when you were a kid?' The majority of the answers are so ambitious and untainted by societal views that whoever is within earshot also drifts back to their playground days.

Cold Case Connie

Houston Police Department’s Connie Park could be an Asian version of Cold Case’s Lilly Rush.

Charles Justiz

The beefy six-foot, silver-haired pilot looks like an ad in GQ magazine, as he lounges in front of a T-38 that would make Tom Cruise’s Maverick from Top Gun drool.

Peter C. Marzio, the Game Changer

I worked closely with Peter Marzio at the MFAH for close to 18 years. One way to convey the enormous impact of his work is to compare the museum that I first saw in 1984, just one year after Peter had become director, with what was there when I moved away from Houston in 2003.

Hats Off to Houston’s The Hat Store

You’ve got your boots, jeans and pearl snap shirt.

Now you just need that perfect cowboy hat for rodeo.

billwebb houston artistThe Art of the Tree

Bill Webb and the Making of a Masterpiece.