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Marlo Saucedo, head shot, column mug, August 2012

Marlo Saucedo

Arts/Entertainment, City Life

Marlo Saucedo is a Houston artist. Her labor-intensive work includes drawings entirely of text and acrylic paintings done in the pointillism technique. You can read more about Marlo on her website.

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In The Burbs

Prepster paradise: A whale of a new store in The Woodlands is anything but subtle

By Marlo Saucedo

Hot on the heels of buzzy new arrivals LUSH and Tumi to Market Street in The Woodlands comes Houston's first area retail location of the uber-preppy Vineyard Vines. Founders ...

Eight and half hours of pain

What it really takes to be a pro triathlete: Behind the intense prep for Ironman Texas

By Marlo Saucedo

Every Friday, local triathletes meet up for lunch at Freebirds in The Woodlands. Tim Floyd of Magnolia Aquatics Club Masters points out swimming buddy Balazs Csoke, who is sitting at ...

Ready, set, Art Dash!

The Woodlands art parties: VIPs frolic as a horde of art lovers descends on the Waterway

By Marlo Saucedo

Guests at the eighth annual Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival VIP Party Friday night had a fantastic time getting the highly anticipated weekend-long arts festival off to a great start. The ...

Skiing, expanded

The land of enchantment: Sleepy skiing town of Taos is New Mexico's best-kept secret

By Marlo Saucedo

I didn't like New Mexico at first. It seemed to be lacking in color, void of the vivid hues we see in Houston's abundant trees, grasses and flowers ...

redefining comfort

A retail retreat in The Woodlands: Soft Surroundings debuts first Houston-area store

By Marlo Saucedo

The soothing and sophisticated Soft Surroundings women's retail store put on a dessert-and-champagne opening event Wednesday night at the company's first Houston area location at The Woodlands Mall ...

Advice from Woodlands shopper

Insider's guide to Trader Joe's: 25 favorite items, what The Turtle means & opening day strategy

By Marlo Saucedo

Shopping at Trader Joe’s: It’s a combination of quirkiness, odd products and idiosyncratic signage; it’s low prices and smiley, chatty cashiers. After months of fun at The ...

Scary Movie

From Houston to horror: The 'sick and twisted' mind behind The Possession

By Marlo Saucedo

The Possession, starring Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Kyra Sedgwick, is currently in its second week in theaters. The movie focuses on a dysfunctional couple and their little girl’s yard ...

Where are the carts?

Trader Joe's mania jams The Woodlands: Scenes from an opening frenzy of grocery madness

By Marlo Saucedo

There was plenty of parking, but the line for the opening of the new Woodlands Trader Joe’s clearly began forming long before my 7:20 a.m. arrival. It ...

Bring it on

All marked up and ready to go: Ironman Texas earns a "tough" reputation in its second year

By Marlo Saucedo

I hauled myself out of bed on Saturday at 4 a.m, part of the wave of over 6,000 volunteers from 30 states who helped the more than 2 ...

Team Woodlands pep rally

Is The Woodlands becoming the next energy corridor? Real estate experts are bullish on the future

By Marlo Saucedo

During a recent real estate event called “The Future of The Woodlands,” a crowd of nearly 900 suited corporate types meandered past the chocolate fountain and munchie smorgasboard at The ...

Dirt's out, bars in

Nightlife takes off in The Woodlands: Suburb becoming a scene, tequila "museum" included

By Marlo Saucedo

A recent night on The Woodlands Waterway was replete with well-dressed professional twenty and thirtysomethings and a smattering of retirees, plus the occasional family with stroller(s) or a few ...

Woodlands Journal

On the road to Kona or a journey to completion, everyone at Ironman Texas had a story

By Marlo Saucedo

They came from Venezuela, Canada, Australia and across the United States — in everything from Abercrombie T-shirts to business suits and company badges  — to register for the inaugural Memorial Hermann Ironman ...

Art and Advocacy

VIP art dash kicks off Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival

By Marlo Saucedo

With over 100 artists in attendance, the Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival VIP Art Dash was the perfect place for art aficionados to start the weekend. At this festival kickoff party ...

If the shoe fits

Sole survivor: "Made in the USA" Allen Edmonds opens first Houston-area shoe store

By Marlo Saucedo

Market Street in The Woodlands was buzzing Thursday night as Allen Edmonds hosted a wine and cheese reception to celebrate the opening of its first free-standing Houston-area store. Fanboys of ...

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