Ever have that moment when you walk by the mirror and you do a double take? It’s happening to me every time I see my reflection today. I can hardly recognize the face staring back at me.
75 models are participating in the Glamour for Grammar fashion show, according to show coordinators. The 75 represent a mix of pros, amateurs and some community leaders who decided to help out.
Summer is in full swing now and that means there is no better time to dip into a cool bar, restaurant or coffee shop for a break from the heat and some live music.
Summer is nearly here and Galveston is ushering in the longer days and parties on the beach and backyard barbecue with plenty of free music. East Beach is Galveston party place and this weekend it's sure to be hoping.
It's a music and food kind of weekend. On Galveston Island, you can catch Yaga's Wild Game BBQ Cook-off and, along with some great barbecue, you can catch a couple of local country acts.
There is a new music festival coming to town in September. There aren't many details yet but The Galveston Park Board of Trustees approved a contract for EcoFest at Apffel Park on Sept. 13 and 14.
LEAGUE CITY — Donald Mize, the 62-year-old firefighter cadet who died during a training exercise March 6, was buried last week. The city put together a video honoring Mize.
Mardi Gras has come and gone and while most folks, including yours truly, could use some time to recover. But as the great Sam Elliot said in Road House, "I'll get all the sleep I need when I'm dead." And if you are looking to stay up, this weekend there is plenty to do.
Live music during Mardi Gras isn’t limited to groups with amps and guitars. Part of the fun was all the great high school marching bands at the parades.
The carnival is setting up, roads are getting blocked up and krewes have their floats ready. The stage is set and I can practically hear the amps clicking on and the sound check coming from the main stage and bars across the island.
Galveston metal band Melovine will be heading to the studio soon to begin work on a new album. Before they do that, the band will release a music video showcasing one of their new songs.
I’m not big into Christmas shopping mainly because I’m not big into shopping or holidays. But if you are going to participate in our grand tradition of spending money to buy things for the ones you know and love, you should be spending it locally.
We've got them coming and going. Hard working Galveston band Come See My Dead Person is playing in Houston this weekend. Meanwhile, we have great bands from Houston and Austin coming to the county.
The holiday are upon us. While I'm sure that for most of you out there that means warm and fuzzy memories of big meals and then Christmas trees and presents soon after, I'm not quite so jolly.