Shelby's Social Diary
Local TV news stars throw a special bridal bunch that sees a politician turn into an omelette wiz
Those with a nose for news were on their toes over the weekend, but it was omelettes and brownies that reporters were sniffing out rather than collie hoarding or smash-and-grab burglaries. Recently retired KHOU Channel 11 investigative reporter Courtney Zubowski Haas and Dr. Eric Haas provided the scene for a Sunday gathering of media personalities.
They opened their West University home for a bridal brunch in honor of Galveston Daily News mainland editor TJ Auldsand Beth Lewis, president of the College of the Mainland. The duo, who will wed in October in Kemah, met when Aulds arrived to interview Lewis as she was just stepping into her new role. The two became engaged during Galveston Mardi Gras last February.
State Rep. Genu Wu surprised guests with his talents at preparing made-to-order omelettes.
Sharing in hosting duties were KTRK Channel 13 news ace Miya Shay and hubby State Rep. Gene Wu, who surprised guests with his talents at preparing made-to-order omelettes. Channel 13's morning meteorologist Casey Curry and husband Carl Hahn provided dessert in the form of brownies and cake pops. We know, it's hard to imagine these powerhouses in the kitchen.
Channel 11 meteorologistChita Johnson and Channel 26 reporter Katie McCall were in the mix that included CultureMap contributor Marcy de Luna, Jessica Michan, Corbett Daniel Parker and event planner Deborah Elias.