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Book reading and signing: Horns by the Bull by Rick Baty

Brazos Bookstore

Meet and greet with the author of Horns by the Bull and learn how not to get hooked by the bull when it comes life's ups and downs.

Cookbook Celebration

Houston restaurant family celebrates 25th anniversary with colorful cookbook

By Shelby Hodge

What better way to celebrate a restaurant milestone than writing a cookbook? Just ask Michael Cordúa and son David Cordúa, who marked the restaurant empire's 25-year his ...

All in good taste

A top caterer's guide to entertaining: Elizabeth Stone reveals her top tips and secrets

By Shelby Hodge

What better time for launching a book on entertaining than just before the holidays? Thus, the timing was no accident when respected caterer Elizabeth Stone recently took over Asia Societ ...

The Arthropologist

Revisiting Marfa: From The Bloggess to John DeMers to real characters who go beyond art

By Nancy Wozny

It's been two years since I ventured off to Marfa with a gang of A-list bloggers and our host John DeMers, who had just finished his first Chef Brett novel, Marfa Shadows. Much has changed. ...

Cuddle up in a nook, not with one

Gift ideas for the bookworm: Nothing beats a real page turner

By Joseph Campana

Nothing beats a book, a blanket, and steaming hot drink on a cold winter’s day. Houston may not be Minneapolis, but as the Gulf Coast weather swings from balmy to blustery this December, add ...

The Arthropologist

Will you follow, like & friend this dance lover? Lessons from my social media arts gurus

By Nancy Wozny

Summer is about sharpening the saw, that and watching all six seasons of Lost. I am not content being an underemployed, washed-up arts reporter. I want to be all that, plus have social media savvy. ...

The Arthropologist

The mysteries of Marfa: Border drugs, good food, awkward two-steps & creepy cats hide the art

By Nancy Wozny

When I first moved to Houston some 20-plus years ago, the arts world seemed mildly obsessed with Marfa. Donald Judd put the west Texas outpost on the world art map. His legacy of large-scale pr ...

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