Verizon Innovative Learning for Minority Males at Texas Southern University
THIRD WARD – The relationship between Texas Southern University and the Verizon Innovating Learning for Minority Male Program further enabled TSU to cement its standing as a beacon for higher learning.
Ed Ryland, ARVO Wants You to Invest in Your Own Community
One can travel through Houston Southeast and find areas that are developed and underdeveloped. Read More
Cigna Sunday Streets
The fundamental tenets of Cigna Sunday Streets are the promotion of physical activity, neighborhood camaraderie and community exploration, with the confluence of those components yielding something as significant as the promotion of healthy lifestyles.
Keep Houston Beautiful Day
As with most initiatives designed to better communities struggling with generational civic apathy, volunteers with Keep Houston Beautiful Day have had some experiences best described as galling.
Project Row Houses Round 44
THIRD WARD – In the midst of a transition between rounds, Project Row Houses executive director Eureka Gilkey was infectiously enthusiastic, understandable given the exhilarating content on view.
THIRD WARD – The sport of wheelchair rugby has long fostered a gender-inclusive culture yet Michael Cottingham, Director of Adaptive Athletics at the University of Houston, sought something more fulfilling.read more
Houston – Maybe it takes an all-star effort to stop the violence and bring a community together– and that’s why a ‘Who’s Who’ of the Houston Rap scene has joined forces!
Yeah, rappers Willie D, Slim Thug, Paul Wall and others met with Mayor Sylvester Turner to try to find solutions to stop the inner city violence.read more
THIRD WARD – The relationship between Texas Southern University and the Verizon Innovating Learning for Minority Male Program further enabled TSU to cement its standing as a beacon for higher learning.read more
One can travel through Houston Southeast and find areas that are developed and underdeveloped.read more
THIRD WARD – The sense of community was warm and enveloping at the grand opening of Maison Crepes on May 18. Only a keen ear was required to confirm the authenticity of Maison Crepes (4803 Main St.). When French permeates the conversations at a French creperie, interest is piqued. Delphine Montandon, proprietor at Maison Crepes, was trained as a chef in her native France and operated a successful catering business before taking the plunge into organizing a brick-and-mortar establishment. To witness her interactions with French expats who supported her first business and showed up to christen her newest endeavor revealed a truth about her unwavering commitment.
“I’m happy that people love to come here. I just want to make it better.” elated Montadon.
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