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.
Well it’s finally time for the rubber to hit the road — or in my case, for the scissors to meet the hair.
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.
The new 2-Steppin Saloon in Galveston is celebrating it's grand opening.
College of the Mainland cosmetology student Randy Shannon to shares some hair styling tips with The Daily News.
College of the Mainland cosmetology student Dykaria Lewis to shares some hair styling tips with The Daily News.
Fashion runs its course in circles. We’ve seen many styles come and go, and when they come around again, designers make a few little updates to trends of the past.
Melinda Emmons, owner of Melinda's Boutique , knows a thing or two about the fashion has agreed to share some tips with The Daily News.
All of the money raised for the Glamour for Grammar show will go to The Daily News’ Newspapers in Education program.
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.
This week's fashion tip comes from cosmetology student Deidre Clarke: Leather, studs and biker jackets in true punk style are just a peek of the next fashion phase.
There’s a new country music joint on the island and it’s jumping into what can only be described as Galveston’s entertainment district.
Fashion show and makeover plans are moving right along. Meanwhile, battle lines are being drawn over ... well, me.
Paula Nelson, the daughter of Texas’s Red Headed Stranger, is back on the island to play a free show at Pier 21.
So what do I know about fashion or, even better, a fashion shows? Not a thing, but I’m going to have to learn a thing or two pretty quick.
As summer quickly approach there is no shortage of live music on Galveston Island.
The League City's Boogie Blues and Brews Music Festival announced this year's music line up and it includes a Grammy winner.
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.
The festivals and the chances to see and experience music in the beautiful outdoor music keep rolling in.
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.