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Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Great Finds in Houston and Beyond!

| May 1, 2017
Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Great Finds in Houston and Beyond!

My parents both suffered from Alz­hei­mer’s disease, re­­­­­­quiri­ng specialized care. I am not a specialist in Alz­heimer’s care nor am I trained to give medical advice. That said, as a child of two parents with Alz­heimer’s, I know something about the struggles for families living with the disease.

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Cy-Fair Business May 2017

| May 1, 2017
Cy-Fair Business May 2017

JOHNSON DEVELOPMENT CORP. PROMOTES GOFF, SMITH; JOHNSON REMAINS CHAIRMAN AND CEO Johnson Development Corp. has announced the promotion of Doug Goff and Michael J. Smith to co-presidents of the company, a milestone achievement for two key members of the management team who have helped establish Johnson as a preeminent residential and commercial land development company. […]

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Managing Arthritis is More Than Treating Pain

| May 1, 2017
Managing Arthritis is More Than Treating Pain

The Goal Of Treatment Is To Prevent Long-Term Joint And Organ Damage Over 50 million Americans have arthritis, making it the number one cause of disability in the country. If you’re one of them, all you can think about is being able to walk, bend and reach without joint pain. While that directly impacts your […]

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Around Cy-Fair, May 2017

| May 1, 2017
Around Cy-Fair,  May 2017

RUNNING FOR HEARTS 5K FAMILY FUN RUN AND WALK BENEFITS SHIELD BEARER Hundreds of runners and walkers participated in the 2nd Annual Running for Hearts 5K Family Fun Run and Walk benefiting Shield Bearer at Northside Christian Church on March 25. This event, co-chaired by Precinct 4 Harris County Commissioner R. Jack Cagle and Shield […]

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HISTORICALLY CY-FAIR – The Juergen House at Cypress Top Historic Park: An 1856 Hotel

| May 1, 2017
HISTORICALLY CY-FAIR – The Juergen House at Cypress Top Historic Park: An 1856 Hotel

Like all the old buildings at the Historic Park, the Juergen House has an interesting history. Unfortunately the walls don’t talk. Helping to unravel the ongoing mysteries of its past are a family oral history and a property title policy purchased by E. F. Juergen in 1910. On Feb. 27, 1856, William R. Baker purchased […]

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Walls Gone Wild

| May 1, 2017
Walls Gone Wild

High-Impact Wallpaper Trends By Cheryl Alexander From floral to fauna, from bold to demure, from tropical to traditional, this season wallpapers are wild with prints, textures and colors. Whether your home makeover involves an entire room or a tiny nook, we’ve compiled some cool new concepts for you to consider. NATURE-INSPIRED WALLPAPER Whether your taste […]

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Metal Roofs are Growing in Popularity

| May 1, 2017
Metal Roofs are Growing in Popularity

They Have Several Advantages For Homes In The South With the new year, homeowners are looking to new trends as they make home renovation plans. The roof is the biggest design element on a home and probably the most important. Metal roofs are growing in popularity and are poised to make a big impact in […]

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Discoveries May 2017

| May 1, 2017
Discoveries May 2017

SAGAPONECK STRIPED-EDGE RUG Adding an artistic touch to any room, the Sagaponeck rug is hand-woven in India from a wool-and-cotton blend and features a solid-colored central panel and striped edges.

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Cy-Fair Schools, Sports, Students May 2017

| May 1, 2017
Cy-Fair Schools, Sports, Students May 2017

CYPRESS WOODS GIRLS CLINCH 17-6A GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP The Cypress Woods High School girls’ golf team clinched the team championship with a two-round score of 682 (341-341) at the District 17-6A Golf Tournament, held April 5-6 at Cypress Lakes Golf Club. The Wildcats qualified for the Region III-6A Golf Tournament, set for April 24-25 at Eagle […]

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Book Reviews May 2017

| May 1, 2017
Book Reviews May 2017

New releases with something for everyone

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Fritz Hatton and Arietta Wines: Harmonizing Life’s Passions

| May 1, 2017
Fritz Hatton and Arietta Wines: Harmonizing Life’s Passions

Classical Music And Opera Inspires Winemakers By Denman Moody A mong charity wine auction attendees, Fritz Hatton is well known for his booming voice, bowties and jovial manner as he rhythmically tallies up millions of dollars for worthy causes like Auction Napa Valley, L’Ete du Vin in Nashville, the Detroit International Wine Auction, and a […]

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Honda Civic & Mazda 6

| May 1, 2017
Honda Civic & Mazda 6

By Kelly Foss Honda Civic| Starting price: $18,700 The creation of this new 10th-generation Civic represents one of the most comprehensive and ambitious new-model developments ever undertaken by Honda. The change is truly transformational and buyers now have a totally new Civic. The Civic is a world car so the new design has to play […]

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A Vision in White

| April 1, 2017
A Vision in White

Clean Lines And Open Spaces Make This Home Shine Octavio Orozco figures if he can visualize how an ad campaign is going to turn out, he can visualize the end design of a house.

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Golden Eagles Clinch State Championship!

| April 1, 2017
Golden Eagles Clinch State Championship!

Cy Falls Boys Win First-Ever State Basketball Title The Cypress Falls High School boys’ basketball team came back from a first-half deficit and survived a late-game run by San Antonio Wagner to win the school’s first-ever UIL Class 6A state championship, 63-57, on March 11 at the Alamodome in San Antonio. The Golden Eagles (35-3) […]

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CFISD 2017 Rodeo Art Winners Announced

| April 1, 2017
CFISD 2017 Rodeo Art Winners Announced

Artwork Was Displayed At NRG Center During The Rodeo CFISD’s winners in The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo (HLSR) School Art Program were announced recently after a panel of judges from the HLSR organization chose the top artwork from CFISD student artists. The selections were taken to NRG Arena for the next level of the […]

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George Biggio

| April 1, 2017
George Biggio

Houston’s Adopted Son Still Giving Back To The City With Coaching, Community Service And A Cool New Restaurant By Judy Latta Craig Alan Biggio may have been born and raised on Long Island, New York, but Houston has been his home since being drafted by the Astros in 1987. One of only a few players […]

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Hibiscus Season is Here

| April 1, 2017
Hibiscus Season is Here

Lone Star Chapter Of The American Hibiscus Society To Hold Annual Shows, April 23 And May 13 Whether you are a serious cultivator of the exotic hibiscus plant or just a casual gardener, you won’t want to miss the Lone Star Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society’s (AHS) annual show and sale events coming up […]

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Flight in April ‘Houston’s Largest Home Tour’ Takes

| April 1, 2017
Flight in April ‘Houston’s Largest Home Tour’ Takes

Well-Appointed Homes, Jam-Packed Events And A Bounty Of Butterflies Mark The Event Houston’s Largest Home Tour is taking flight, promising an April filled with well-appointed homes, jam-packed events and a bounty of butterflies. Hundreds of homes — including more than 150 models — will be open daily in Johnson Development’s 14 master-planned communities throughout Houston. […]

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Happenings in CY-FAIR April 2017

| April 1, 2017
Happenings in CY-FAIR April 2017

15TH ANNUAL RUN FOR THE ROSE BENEFIT, APRIL 2 Brain cancer will once again meet its match on Sunday, April 2, at NRG Park in Houston as patients, supporters and family members converge for the 15th Anniversary Run for the Rose. Sponsored by the Dr. Marnie Rose Foundation (DMRF), the event raises awareness and funds […]

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Los Sueños Resort and Marina

| April 1, 2017
Los Sueños Resort and Marina

A Costa Rican Dream Come True By Cheryl Alexander Los Sueños Resort and Marina is a destination resort community that doesn’t disappoint. In fact, when considering the most listed items from a “dream vacation” checklist, Los Sueños scores 100 percent. Ease of access — Check. To get to Costa Rica, fly direct for three hour […]

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MEMORABLE WEDDINGS –
Kayla and Tim

| April 1, 2017
MEMORABLE WEDDINGS – </br> Kayla and Tim

A damsel in distress and a chivalrous Texas A&M University Corpsman met by chance at Spence Park in College Station. Little did they know this encounter would become a prelude to matrimony, complete with a romantic spring proposal under the Century Tree!

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Fashion – What’s in Stores Now – April 2017

| April 1, 2017
Fashion –  What’s in Stores Now – April 2017

FENDI – Double micro baguette in pink leather with studs.

SUZ SOMERSALL – Solid gold blue moonstone aquamarine Aegean ring.

SOPHIA WEBSTER- Lucita canvas espadrille wedge sandal in pastel pink. …

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Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Antiques and Alzheimer’s Memory Care

| April 1, 2017
Arts & Antiques by Dr. Lori – Antiques and Alzheimer’s Memory Care

My parents both suffered from Alz­hei­mer’s disease, re­­­­­­quiri­ng specialized care. I am not a specialist in Alz­heimer’s care nor am I trained to give medical advice. That said, as a child of two parents with Alz­heimer’s, I know something about the struggles for families living with the disease.

Continue Reading