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What Seven Year Itch?

TV two-steppers and lovebirds swing western at couple's River Oaks anniversary party

By Shelby Hodge

The seven year itch — fact or fiction? For this Houston couple it's total fiction, which is one reason why philanthropists/lovebirds Michelle and Frank Hevrdejs pulled out the stops ...


KHOU & CultureMap

Unique Empty Bowls fundraiser highlights local ceramics and helps feed Houston's hungry

By Marcy de Luna

This week's KHOU CultureMap Moment focuses on the 11th annual Empty Bowls Houston event (May 16; 11 a.m.-3 p.m.) at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.  ...


KHOU & CultureMap

Shop smart and do good on World Fair Trade Day with unique international and Made-in-Houston items

By Clifford Pugh

In this week's KHOU CultureMap Moment, KHOU morning news anchor Lily Jang and CultureMap contributor Joel Luks salute World Fair Trade Day with a visit to Ten Thousand Villages,  ...


KHOU & CultureMap

Top Houston fashion designers bring a touch of glamour to The Woodlands

By Clifford Pugh

With so much retail activity in The Woodlands right now, Theresa Roemer and a group of residents in the far north Houston suburb decided it was time for some fashion pizzazz. They organized Fa ...


Hunky Hurricane Chaser

Houston TV news star named one of Sexiest Weathermen in world: But this hunky hurricane chaser still feels snubbed

By Elizabeth Rhodes

TV Guide's ranked "The 10 Sexiest Weathermen on Earth" and one of Houston's own meteorologists made the exclusive cut. "Garner claims to be the only broadcast weathe ...


Brick Saga Continues

Judge orders city and preservationists to work out a plan to save historic Freedmen's Town bricks

By Barbara Kuntz

The fate of 100-year-old road paving bricks laid by freed slaves in historic Freedmen's Town could be decided in mediation between preservationists and city officials, rather than in court ...


Houston History

Freedmen's Town historic brick roads get a last-minute reprieve as judge temporarily backs preservationists

By Barbara Kuntz

A last-minute, 14-day restraining order has temporarily stopped city crews from removing 100-year-old road paving bricks in Freedmen's Town as part of a citywide infrastructure i ...


KHOU & CultureMap

Museum takes you beyond the X-ray with new exhibit: Do you really know what healthy is?

By Elizabeth Rhodes

If you're looking for some hands-on family fun, head on over to the Health Museum to check out its newest exhibit, "Beyond the X-Ray." This week's KHOU CultureMap Moment highl ...


School Days

Protesting HISD bus drivers show little remorse over leaving school kids stranded in the cold

By Barbara Kuntz

Dozens of Houston ISD students were left waiting in Thursday's freezing temps for bus drivers who didn't show up for work in a protest with district officials over pay grievances in a ...


A Special Return

Family dogs kidnapped by a mad FedEx delivery man are rescued by good samaritans

By Barbara Kuntz

Talk about a "special delivery"  — the bad and the good kind. The bad: A FedEx driver kidnapped a Houston area family's dogs earlier this week when they ...


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