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Bringing Awareness To Celiac Disease

By Caitlin Richards In the quest to become healthier, eating gluten-free has been deemed a fad diet. However, for some individuals going gluten-free is so much more than a fad. It is a necessary lifestyle because of a severe diagnosis – celiac disease. Celiac disease, also known as coeliac disease, is a serious autoimmune disorder where the ingestion of gluten leads to damage in the small intestine. It is estimated to affect one in 100 […]

Astor Cafe & Bakery Celebrates Grand Opening Saturday, December 16th

Join Astor Café & Bakery, Argentina cuisine in the heart of Cinco Ranch in Katy, Texas, as they celebrate their grand opening from 11 am to 2 pm on Saturday, December 16, 2017. Astor features budget-friendly breakfast items, including their authentic baked or fried empanadas. Lunch and Dinner menus feature Sandwich de Migas, Milanesas, Lomito, Choripan, Tortas Argentina Pizzas, and more. Astor Café has a full bar, including domestic and imported beer, a thoughtful selection […]

Holiday Celebration Events at Agave Rio!

Agave Rio Restaurant & Patio Oasis, in conjunction with their sister company, Agave Estates will be having multiple celebrations this holiday season. Beginning with Christmas Eve, Agave Rio will take its infamous Sunday-Funday Brunch Buffet to a new level, with an omelet bar, pastry station, pancakes made to order, taco bar and so much more. Drink specials include bloody Mary’s and mimosas for $3 each. $25 per person for adults, children aging between 5 and […]

Katy to Play North Shore in Football Playoffs Saturday

By George Slaughter The Katy Tigers continue their quest for a state title Saturday when it faces North Shore, a familiar opponent which defeated Katy 20-17 in last year’s regional round of the Class 6A Division I football playoffs. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. Saturday at NRG Stadium. This year the Mustangs come in with a 9-3 record, and defeated Houston Lamar, Clear Springs, and Deer Park in the regional, area, and bi-district rounds, […]

Beginner Blues Harmonica Workshop

Texas artist (and Katy Resident) Hamilton Loomis is teaching a 2-day “Beginner Blues Harmonica Workshop” this December in Katy!  The workshop is open to absolute beginners (no musical experience necessary).  Here are the details: WHAT: Beginner Blues Harmonica Workshop (it’s a 2-day workshop) WHEN: Tuesday Dec 5 (part 1) and Tuesday Dec 12 (part 2) from 6pm – 9pm both days WHERE: Wildcatter Saloon (back room), 26913 Katy Fwy, Katy TX 77494. HOW MUCH: only […]

Katy Faces Atascocita in High School Playoffs Friday

By George Slaughter The Katy Tigers resume their quest for the state championship this weekend when they play Atascocita Eagles in the Class A regional round of the Texas high school Class 6A playoffs. Kickoff is at 7 p.m. Friday at NRG Stadium. Katy comes into the matchup with a 10-0 record. The Tigers defeated Cy Ranch last week in the area round, 55-7. They defeated Fort Bend Travis in the bi-district round two weeks […]

Katy Crushes Cy Ranch, 55-7, in Football Playoffs

By George Slaughter The Katy Tigers advanced in the Texas Class 6A Division I playoffs with a 55-7 win over Cy Ranch Saturday at NRG Stadium. The Tigers improve to 10-0. Cy Ranch ends its season with an 8-3 record. On its first possession, Katy junior running back Deondrick Lewis scored on a 44-yard run with 5:39 left in the first quarter. After forcing a three-and-out, the Tigers went to work again, scoring on a […]

Langham Creek Defeats Taylor in Area Football Playoffs

By George Slaughter The Taylor Mustangs began strong, but couldn’t finish as they dropped a 35-21 contest to Langham Creek in the area round of the Texas Class 6A Division II playoffs Friday at Cy-Fair FCU Stadium. The Lobos improve to 10-1 and will play the winner of the Kingwood-Clear Lake game, which is set for Saturday afternoon. The Mustangs finish their season at 6-5. Taylor began the game with a 68-yard touchdown drive, capped […]

Ring in the Holiday with the Texas Renaissance Festival’s Celtic Christmas Weekend

WHAT:   Kick off the holiday season with Texas Renaissance Festival, the nation’s largest, most acclaimed renaissance theme park, as it hosts its final weekend – Celtic Christmas. Enjoy the magic of the season as the Festival transforms into a winter wonderland for a three-day holiday celebration complete with trees, holiday music and festive shops. Celtic Christmas is the final weekend for merchant appreciation. Patrons who spend $250 or more in one purchase can redeem two tickets […]