Four men are in custody and two are at large in relation to the theft of various opioids and stimulants such as OxyContin and Adderall, respectively, announced U.S. Attorney Ryan K. Patrick.
As students begin heading back to school, it’s time to talk to them about making smart choices, including how to deal with peer pressure to drink underage.
Houston-Area First Choice ER Facilities to Serve as National Donut Day Giveaway Sites Celebrating Salvation Army’s 81st annual National Donut Day, First Choice ER facilities in the Houston Area will be giving away free donuts and coffee.
FASTSIGNS of Conroe wins CEO Circle Award Local FASTSIGNS of Conroe, family-led business, wins top center award at 2019 FASTSIGNS International Convention in Orlando, FL.
Outdoor sculpture by Houston’s Kelley Devine featured at Candlelight Dinner & Auction Advance tickets to the 2016 Houston Heights Association Spring Home & Garden Tour and Candlelight Dinner & Auction, are now available at houstonheights.org.
Continuing the contemporary dance company’s “Celebrating 20!” season Friday, April 1 The performance is slated for 8 p.m. on Friday, April 1 at the Berry Center, 8877 Barker Cypress Road in Cypress, 77433. Tickets are $25 to per person.
April 1 Candlelight Dinner & Auction to kick off weekend-long event The dates have been set and the homes selected for the annual Houston Heights Association Spring Home & Garden Tour.
Public Invited to Interactive Panel Discussions March 31 – April 3 at the Rothko Chapel The Rothko Chapel has scheduled a four-day symposium exploring economic inequality and ways communities can improve and sustain local economies.
Houston Early Music Swiss early-music ensemble Lucidarium will present “Ay me sospiri – Love Letters from Renaissance Italy,” a program of music devoted to love, on Valentine's Day, Feb. 14.
Discussion, Performance, Audio Installation Planned Join the Rothko Chapel for a discussion and performance in honor of the life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
Kerry Kennedy Leads Discussion at Rothko Chapel, Oct. 8 Kerry Kennedy, human rights activist and daughter of Robert F. Kennedy, wants to show that confronting injustice can bring about change.
Final free concert of 2015 Summer Sounds on the Plaza series slated for Aug. 13 The Rothko Chapel concludes its 2015 Summer Sounds on the Plaza series with legendary Creole musician, Ed Poullard.
METdance free concert at the Miller Outdoor Theatre September 25 METdance rings in its 20th season under the stars with Celebrating 20!, a special season opening kickoff concert September 25.
Radical Eats Restaurant Houston For foodies who appreciate a healthy meal, there's an option in town that promises to please all types of palettes.
Hay Merchant The Silicon Bayou’s mission is to unite like-minded individuals and businesses interested in incorporating the technology industry into the city’s thriving economy.
The Rothko Chapel hosts free summer concerts The Rothko Chapel’s 2015 Summer Sounds on the Plaza concert series will commemorate the 10th anniversaries of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita by featuring music that originated in Louisiana.
Local design firm honored with Houston’s Best PRISM Award for Volume Builder Interior Merchandising for a Model Home The interior design firm was honored with the 2014 Houston’s Best PRISM Award in the “Volume Builder Interior Merchandising for a Model Home -- $350,000 to $400,000” category by the Greater Houston Builders Association.
Houston designers get creative with Bella Vida clubhouse renovation The Houston-based interior design firm MP Studio is currently tackling a project in Plano – creating the perfect clubhouse.
The interior design firm MP Studio recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of its merger with award-winning architectural firm Meeks + Partners.
Apollo's Fire Opens Houston Early Music Season with Vespers of 1610