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Modern Marvel

| July 1, 2017
Modern Marvel

A Sleek Eye For Design Serves Up Perfection Text by Cathy Gordon Photography by  / Connie Anderson  / Designer: Jorge Cantu, Oz Interiors  / Architect: Todd Rice  / Builder: Post Custom Homes Andria Cain is a visionary. “I can go into a ballroom and make it into Never-Never Land,” says the former international event planner. So it logically […]

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Bringing Home the Bacon Bros.

| July 1, 2017
Bringing Home the Bacon Bros.

Travis Cook And Joseph Zerwas Bring Inventive Restaurant To Sugar Land Town Square Text by Mara Soloway As you walk toward Bacon Bros. Public House on Sugar Land Town Square, the smell of bacon being smoked hits you about a block away. If you can’t get to the restaurant by following your sense of smell, […]

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Oriya Organics

| July 1, 2017
Oriya Organics

Katy Family Develops Nutritional Supplements To Maximize Fitness And Optimize Health By Judy Latta When Ryan Larson, a professional mixed martial artist (MMA), was in training for competition, he and his brother Jonathon, his personal trainer, fastidiously scrutinized labels and monitored everything that Ryan ingested to try to maximize his physical prowess. Unfortunately, however, the […]

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Bringing HISTORY Home

| July 1, 2017
Bringing  HISTORY  Home

Business Partners Reclaim, Repurpose And Revitalize Old Lumber To Fill Industry Gap By Cheryl Alexander Jason Manlove and Chad Mentuis know the Houston lumber business. They have worked together for years as remodelers, so they understand the value and limited availability of timber. For a variety of reasons, the demand for reclaimed and repurposed lumber […]

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Fort Bend Resident Selected for PBS Digital Innovators Program

| July 1, 2017
Fort Bend Resident Selected for PBS Digital Innovators Program

Krissy Venosdale Of The Kinkaid School Is One Of 52 Educators Across The U.S. Recognized As Classroom Changemaker Houston Public Media has an­nounced that Krissy Venosdale, a Fort Bend County resident and the innovation coordinator from The Kinkaid School, is one of 52 educators from across the country selected for the fifth annual PBS Digital […]

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How to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer

| July 1, 2017
How to Keep Your Child Learning This Summer

Make The School Break A Springboard For Achievement Summer can be incredibly daunting for any parent, even more so if the child has behavioral, social, or learning difficulties. Did you know that often, in these cases, the child may have left- or right-brain weakness — leading to outbursts, tantrums, or full on meltdowns? But according […]

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Houstonian Gene Watson Continues to Delight Fans with His Classic Brand of Country Music

| July 1, 2017
Houstonian Gene Watson Continues to Delight Fans with His Classic Brand of Country Music

  More Than 50 Years After His Career Started, He Is Not Slowing Down By Judy Latta In an era in which it is sometimes difficult to distinguish between contemporary country and pop music, Houstonian Gene Watson has stayed true to his classic country roots. He has an enthusiastic following of country music traditionalists that […]

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The National Day of Prayer Ignites Fire on the Altar

| July 1, 2017
The National Day of Prayer Ignites Fire on the Altar

One Event, Two Locations, Three Days Occasionally people have the opportunity to participate in something bigger than themselves. “I believe very, very much that there are some things I can do by myself, but there are some things that are only possible when we all come together,” said Pastor Gbolanhan Faluade (Falu) of The River […]

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Moody Gardens Kicks Off Summer with a Big Splash

| July 1, 2017
Moody Gardens Kicks Off Summer with a Big Splash

Palm Beach Opens And New Aquarium Pyramid Treasures Are Revealed Guests are invited to kick off their summer with a splash at Moody Gardens with the recent openings of Palm Beach and the newly renovated Aquarium Pyramid.   PALM BEACH The Moody Gardens summer hot spot – and private beach – is open for the […]

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Katy Happenings July 2017

| July 1, 2017
Katy Happenings July 2017

CROSS CREEK RANCH SPOTLIGHTS SUMMER CAMP FUN Cross Creek Ranch will focus on fun this summer with several themed summer camps for children ages 5-14. Registration has opened for the June and July camps, which will have children cooking, making comic books, building robots and blasting off into space. All camps will be held at […]

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Socially Speaking – Michelle Anderson July 2017

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

–Cinco Ranch Ladies Club Summer Luau!
–Birthday Celebration On The Patio
–St. Peter’s UMC Ladies’ Night Encourages Moms
–KISD Teacher Of The Year Celebration

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The Art of the Outdoors

| July 1, 2017
The Art of the Outdoors

Create Elegant Ambiance With Water, Fire, Sculpture And Lighting By Merry Wise Adding art to your outdoor space can take your home to a whole new level of elegance. Consider adding the elements of water and fire and an interesting sculpture, and turn your whole creation into a wonderland with light at night. Swimming pools, […]

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Fashion – What’s in Stores Now –
July 2017

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

GUCCI – Dionysus medium leather shoulder bag with crystal hand-embroidered bee applique. gucci.com

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Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Yard Sales Have Become Big Business

| July 1, 2017
Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Yard Sales Have Become Big Business

Lori Verderame on Google+ Dr. Lori Celebrity appraiser Dr. Lori Verderame is an author, international columnist, 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, Dr. Lori presents antique appraisal events to audiences worldwide. Visit www.DrLoriV.com/events or call 888-431-1010. By Lori […]

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Katy Business July 2017

| July 1, 2017
Katy Business July 2017

KATY ISD BOARD OF TRUSTEES ELECTS NEW OFFICERS During the monthly Katy ISD Work Study meeting, William “Bill” Lacy was welcomed as the newest member of the Katy ISD Board of Trustees. Lacy along with incumbents Ashley Vann and Courtney Doyle took the Oath of Office and were officially sworn in during a Special Board […]

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Americans Spend More Than $15 Billion on Aesthetic Procedures for First Time Ever

| July 1, 2017
Americans Spend More Than $15 Billion on Aesthetic Procedures for First Time Ever

Record-Breaking Figures Tied To Broad Array Of Procedural Offerings, Healthy Economy And Competitive Workforce The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery (ASAPS) reports that Americans spent more than $15 billion on combined surgical and nonsurgical aesthetic procedures for the first time ever, accounting for an 11 percent increase over the past year alone. Surgical procedures […]

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Historically Katy
All About The Caboose

| July 1, 2017
Historically Katy </br> All About The Caboose

by Carol Adams The Katy Heritage Society’s MKT caboose is one of the most well-loved and recognizable features in the Katy area. Versions of it are found on letterheads and logos and hundreds of personal photographs, but few folks know the real story of our caboose. The caboose was actually never part of the MKT […]

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Around Katy July 2017

| July 1, 2017
Around Katy July 2017

FRIENDS OF PAUL HELBIG CREATE DONATION FUND Friends and supporters of Paul and Krystal Helbig of Katy are raising funds for his caregiving as he battles multiple sclerosis, and to support her as she cares for him and their six children, four of whom still live at home. Paul is the former pastor, teacher and […]

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Discoveries July 2017

| July 1, 2017
Discoveries July 2017

LARGE BRONZE BETTY PENDANT With a contemporary silhouette and bronze finish, this chandelier is a stunning addition to your dining room or kitchen island. Features 14 lights encased in glass bulbs and hangs 8 feet from the ceiling. hdbuttercup.com

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