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Technologies used in online casino games are safe or not

Texas, as we know, is known for best online casino tables that are used for Gambling sports. There are plenty of casino places here, and the city is lovely at night. There were times when people used to go to casino shops to play casinos; however, in the modern era, people from different countries can play online casino games through the net. There is plenty of trusted and licensed casino website that runs legally in […]

Health: Health Benefits of Brown vs. White Rice    

Photo: Pixabay Rice is a staple for many people around the world. It is not just nutritious and tasty, but also goes well with a huge range of other foods. The two types of rice most popular in the United States are white and brown rice. While both types of rice come from the same grain, they are refined a bit differently. Many people believe that brown rice is healthier than white rice, but what […]

Andrés Orozco-Estrada Conducts World Premiere Of Houston Symphony Commission: Jimmy López Bellido’s Symphony No. 2, “Ad Astra,” And Gil Shaham Plays Brahms

HOUSTON (Nov. 20, 2019) – Music Director Andrés Orozco-Estrada and the Houston Symphony present the much-anticipated world premiere of Composer-in-Residence Jimmy López Bellido’s Symphony No. 2, Ad Astra, at 8 p.m. Dec. 5 and 7, and 2:30 p.m. Dec. 8. Saturday night attendees are invited to stay late and enjoy a complimentary after-party featuring music, specialty cocktails, and mingling with musicians as part of the evening’s post-concert activities. Commissioned by the Houston Symphony, Ad Astra is the culmination of López’s […]

Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston recognizes Houston Rockets at recent game  

HOUSTON, November 20, 2019 – The Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Houston (BGCGH) honored the Houston Rockets in a special courtside presentation at a recent game against the Portland Trailblazers at the Toyota Center. Originally, the Rockets were to be the honoree at the nonprofit’s Great Futures Dinner Sept. 19 which was cancelled due to Tropical Storm Imelda. During the courtside event, BGCGH incoming Chairman Julius Young and BGCGH President and CEO Kevin Hattery presented Rockets CEO […]

Typhoon Texas Announces Black Friday,  Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday Savings

HOUSTON, TX (November 20, 2019) — Typhoon Texas will celebrate the beginning of the holiday gift-giving season with money-saving offers for Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Black Friday, November 29 Purchase any 2020 Typhoon Texas Season Pass and receive one free Any-Day guest daily admission ticket (valued at $44.99) and a free single-day Fast Pass (valued at $25). There is no purchase limit. Typhoon Texas offers two levels of Season Passes, including the Max […]

The Bravo Show Choir Presents: A Sleigh Bell Showcase

The Sleigh Bell Showcase will feature songs of the holiday season.  The fantastic Bravo ensemble will be performing together, but also in solos, and in small groups in order to get you into the holiday spirit. Dates: Friday, December 6, 2019 Time: 7:30pm Location: CRHS Main Commons, 23440 Cinco Ranch Blvd, Katy, TX 77494 Admission is $6 Ticker are available in advance from Bravo members and at the door.

Aristoi Classical Academy earned its first State Champion title in Varsity Flag Football

Katy, TX – Aristoi Classical Academy earned its first State Champion title in Varsity Flag Football this past weekend.  Saturday’s championship game was played in Austin against IDEA Public Charter from Mission, TX.  The Griffins (12-0) wrapped up their undefeated season in excellent fashion with a 40-34 score over the IDEA Phoenix. Aristoi’s Varsity Football Coach, BJ Sarver stated, “We knew this was going to happen.  These kids and their desire were just outstanding.  Watching […]

Getting Help To Take Care Of A Senior

As your parents or one of your loved ones get older, they stop being able to take care and handle things themselves. The simplest things they used to do on a daily basis become more difficult to handle, and they start relying more and more on family members for assistance. You may choose to care for the ones you love as they age at home  instead of sending them to a nursing home or an […]

(KARE) held their monthly meeting featuring “Authors Among Us

Shirley Duke, Author of “No Bows”, Marsha Smith, KARE ‘s 2nd Vice President, and Brenda Ritter, Author of “The 11th Hour of the 11th Day”. Photo: Courtesy of Karen Thornton 

On November 13, Katy Area Retired Educators (KARE) held their monthly meeting featuring “Authors Among Us”, highlighting the writing of Shirley Duke and Brenda Ritter. Shirley Duke, a former educator for 25 years, turned author and published her first book, “No Bows”, in 2006. She has written a total of 67 Educational books for Elementary, Junior High Schools and Public Libraries. Brenda Ritter, a professional journalist worked in the Public Information Office, in Katy ISD. […]

Katy ISD Names New Principal For Cinco Ranch Junior High

KATY [November 18, 2019] –  When everyone returns from Winter Break in January 2020, Cinco Ranch Junior High students and parents will see a familiar and new face as part of their campus family. Today, Katy Independent School District Superintendent Dr. Ken Gregorski appointed Mona Salinas, as the new principal of Cinco Ranch Junior High (CRJH).  Ms. Salinas holds 20 years of experience in public education, which include roles as classroom teacher, instructional coordinator, assistant principal […]