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CASA Christmas Home Tour

| December 1, 2017
CASA Christmas Home Tour

For 26 years Child Advocates of Fort Bend (CAFB) has been showcasing homes lavishly decorated for the holidays in Fort Bend County’s most beautiful neighborhoods as a way of raising money to support its programs.

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“Capture Fort Bend County” Photo Contest Winners

| December 1, 2017
“Capture Fort Bend County” Photo Contest Winners

All entries on display through November at George Memorial Library Winners of the Fort Bend County Libraries’ amateur photo contest, “Capture Fort Bend County,” were announced at an Opening Day Re­ception and Awards Ceremony at George Memorial Library in Richmond on Oct. 28. All of the entries will be on display at the library throughout […]

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From the Heart

| December 1, 2017
From the Heart

The Round Top Collection brings Jeff Krause’s creative drive to home and garden décor The heart is a fitting symbol for the The Round Top Collection (RTC), which is the creation of longtime Cypress residents Jeff and Debbie Krause. They have turned a love for each other, their family and the antique and folk art […]

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Big Sky, Montana

| December 1, 2017
Big Sky, Montana

Wide-open winter High in the Northern Rockies, the small town of Big Sky, Montana – population 2,300 – offers some of the biggest skiing in the U.S. on the wide-open slopes of Lone Peak. Envisioned and built by legendary NBC News anchor Chet Huntley, Big Sky Resort opened in December 1973. In the decades since, […]

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Katy Happenings December 2017

| December 1, 2017
Katy Happenings December 2017

ALLEGRO BALLET PRESENTS THE SUGAR PLUM MARKET AND THE NUTCRACKER BALLET, DEC. 9 AND DEC. 16-17 Sixteen years ago, Allegro Ballet started a West Houston holiday tradition by presenting a full length production of The Nutcracker Ballet. At the end of each performance, all the children (and adults) are invited to the stage to meet […]

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MEMORABLE WEDDINGS –
Lauren and Daniel

| December 1, 2017
MEMORABLE WEDDINGS – </br> Lauren and Daniel

Sorority and fraternity sweethearts Lauren Michael and Daniel Rash became inseparable during their junior year in college. They tied the knot in Lauren’s hometown on May 27, 2017 at The Wood­lands United Methodist Church and celebrated at the new legacy ballroom at The Woodlands Country Club Palmer Course.




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Socially Speaking – Michelle Anderson December 2017

| December 1, 2017
Socially Speaking – Michelle Anderson December 2017

– Fireflies And Foodtrucks For Katy ISD Education Foundation
– Cinco Ranch Ladies Club’s Eat, Drink & Be Scary
– Ladies Potluck Luncheon
– FCC Bowling Tournament: No Lane, No Gain!
– Celebrating 10 Years Of Sweet Success!
– Snooze Party Benefits The Ballard House




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Fashion – What’s in Stores Now –
December 2017

| December 1, 2017
Fashion – What’s in Stores Now – </br> December 2017</br>

Sheryl Lowe – Aquamarine and pave diamond bracelet. sheryllowejewelry.com   Jimmy Choo – Portia Platform Wedge sandal styled with crisscrossing straps and a sky-high cork platform. farfetch.com   Prada –Trompe l’oeil tote bag in brown velvet featuring a pink and gold cartoon-effect buckle pattern and logo. farfetch.com   Gucci – Broadway Pearly Bee shoulder bag […]

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Holiday Gift Ideas 2017

| December 1, 2017
Holiday Gift Ideas 2017

Ooh La La Dessert Boutique Bakery Goods Beautiful To Behold, Even Better To Eat. With Ooh La La Dessert Boutique, holiday gift giving has never been easier. Offering fresh, made-from-scratch sweets, including award-winning jumbo cupcakes, decadent red velvet cheesecake, pies, cheesecakes, cookies and more. It’s Houston and Katy’s cutest one-stop dessert shop for everyone on […]

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Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Nutcracker Collectibles

| December 1, 2017
Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Nutcracker Collectibles

Uncracking the history of this useful tool By Lori Verderame Celebrity appraiser Dr. Lori Verderame is an internationally syndicated columnist, author, and award-winning TV personality who stars on History channel’s The Curse of Oak Island and Discovery’s Auction Kings. With a Ph.D. from Penn State University, Dr. Lori presents antique appraisal events to worldwide audiences. […]

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Historically Katy
The Water Tower

| December 1, 2017
Historically Katy </br>The Water Tower

By Carol Adams The rice dryers are the largest and most recognizable landmark of historic Katy. But the water tower has also been a landmark since it was built in 1950. Early settlers dug water wells on their own property. As the town grew a few individuals had large wells and provided water to the […]

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Managing Arthritis is More Than Treating Pain

| December 1, 2017
Managing Arthritis is More Than Treating Pain

The goal of treatment is to prevent long-term joint and organ damage Over 50 million Americans have arthritis, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. If you’re one of them, all you can think about is being able to walk, bend and reach without joint pain. While that directly impacts your […]

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Nosing Around

| December 1, 2017
Nosing Around

What you need to know if you are considering rhinoplasty By Judy Latta Can a “nose job” boost your social standing? A new study published in the Journal of the American Med­ical Association suggests that people who have undergone a successful rhinoplasty, commonly known as a nose job, are perceived by casual observers to be […]

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Book Reviews December 2017

| December 1, 2017
Book Reviews December 2017

WHY YOU EAT WHAT YOU EAT In Why You Eat What You Eat, acclaimed neuroscientist Rachel Herz examines the sensory, psychological, neuroscientific, and physiological factors that influence our eating habits. Herz uncovers the fascinating and surprising facts that influence food consumption — such as why bringing reusable bags to the grocery store encourages us to […]

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Discoveries December 2017

| December 1, 2017
Discoveries December 2017

Navajo Weaving: JB Moore Variant Plate XXIV Navajo weaving. navajorug.com

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Home Furnishings Continue to Hit a High Point

| December 1, 2017
Home Furnishings Continue to Hit a High Point

Fabulous seating complements other great pieces We’re finding it quite amazing how the noble, utilitarian chair now has so many variations on its theme, including as an art piece with great shapes and fabrics that run the gamut of subdued to colorful big prints. To mix with all the innovative seating we’re featuring here, we’ve […]

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Katy Texas Schools, Sports, Students, December 2017

| December 1, 2017
Katy Texas Schools, Sports, Students, December 2017

National Signing Day At Seven Lakes High School Seven Lakes High School’s student athletes signed letters of intent on November 8 to play sports at the next level. Surrounded by family, friends and coaches, the athletes signed their letters on National Signing Day, officially accepting athletic scholarships offered to them by a college or university.Congratulations […]

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World of Wine – Gift Suggestions for the Wine Aficionado

| December 1, 2017
World of Wine – Gift Suggestions for the Wine Aficionado

The best selections in their respective price ranges By Denman Moody, author of The Advanced Oenophile Once again, I have tasted more than 200 wines to come up with this list of winners. Many of the wines I taste are good to very good, but I only have room here to recommend the best in […]

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Honda Accord and Nissan Leaf

| December 1, 2017
Honda Accord and Nissan Leaf

By Kelly Foss mycardata.com HONDA ACCORD | STARTING PRICE: $23,500 The Honda Accord has a well-earned reputation for being one of the most beloved and highly sought after midsize sedans on the market. It is expertly designed, executed, reliable and its loyal customer base enjoys low maintenance and high resale value. Not to be outdone […]

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Past Kappa Holiday Home Tour Featured A Modern Georgian-Style Abode

| November 1, 2017
Past Kappa Holiday Home Tour Featured A Modern Georgian-Style Abode

Since 1941, the Kappa Kappa Gamma Charitable Foundation Holiday Pilgrimage has showcased Hou­ston’s absolute best in interior, floral and holiday designs.




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Andrea Ramsey Finds Meaning In Art

| November 1, 2017
Andrea Ramsey Finds Meaning In Art

Artist’s Life Has Come Full Circle Back To The Community That Supported Her By Mara Soloway Throughout Andrea Ramsey’s life, being an artist has had different significance at different times. As she learned and honed her skill as a child, she found it to be fun and exciting, and all the compliments she received underscored […]

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