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Posts from November 2016

  • Home for the Holidays Event Raises Money for Local Charities
    November 29, 2016
    If you are in Houston this weekend and want to meet people and make a difference, you’ll want to attend this year’s Home for the Holidays Party. It’s definitely where the girls are – not to mention more than a few of the boys. Carol Wyatt-Woodell and Sallie Wyatt-Woodell actually host the annual festive event in their home, and many call it the highlight of the season. We chatted with Carol Wyatt-Woodell on the event’s history and what guests can expect this...
  • Unwind in Houston
    November 23, 2016
    For most of us, the past two weeks have been in a word, stressful. If you are anything like me, you wake up in the morning thinking you are in some George Orwell fever dream but no it is real. And now, we are expected to deal with Thanksgiving and all the stress that goes along with it. The planning… the forced family time… it can all be a bit much. Luckily, Houston has a lot of great venues that offer a relaxing environment to find your happy place and let go of some of your pent...
  • Adele Hangover Cures
    November 8, 2016
    If you are one of the lucky ones to get tickets, you know that Adele is performing on Tuesday and Wednesday night here in Houston. Like pizza or puppies, everyone loves Adele. The only drawback, like a hangover, is there are consequences the next day, like sadness. Yes, Adele’s velvety smooth vocals and intoxicating melodies cannot be matched but who can honestly say they haven’t ugly cried to “Someone Like You?” It has even been parodied on Saturday Night Live. In...
  • Local Voices: Jumper Maybach
    November 1, 2016
    Jumper Maybach (née Ben Earl Workman) is a Houston artist who channels a clown persona to make his art come to life. No, he isn’t performing at children’s birthday parties, but rather allowing a deep passion to come through his body to create vibrant works of art. It may sound silly, but Workman’s goal is a very personal mission to raise awareness. We sat down with the member of the LGBT Chamber of Commerce to get a look into the Houston art world and just what goes on...