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Out with the Old – In with the New: Resolutions for 2021

Last year was one for the record books – and unfortunately, not in the most positive of ways.  But, hope springs eternal for 2021!  In this...
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Fort Bend Museum Groundbreaking Sets the Stage for New $2 Million Renovation Project

A groundbreaking ceremony in front of the Fort Bend Museum’s original building was held on Thursday, November 19th, formally kicking off the...
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Three Health-Related New Year’s Resolutions to Make in 2021

Without a doubt this has been a challenging year, but January 1st is the perfect time to recommit to a healthy lifestyle. Make a resolution that’s...
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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall Who’s the Most Alluring of All?

The new year has begun. Many of us are recommitting to taking better care of ourselves and confidence plays an important role.  It’s difficult to...
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The Missing Link Felicia Smith Jigsaw Puzzle Competition

Local nonprofit Hope For Three Autism Advocates is hosting their annual Felicia Smith Jigsaw Puzzle Competition, Saturday, January 23rd from the...
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Bet on the Future with the Fort Bend Education Foundation at “A Night at the Races”

The Fort Bend Education Foundation is pleased to announce the theme for its 28th annual gala presented by Perdue Brandon Fielder Collins & Mott,...
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Fort Bend Hope Receives $2,000 Grant from the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Foundation

Fort Bend Hope is proud to announce it is a recipient of a $2,000 grant from the Sugar Land Skeeters Baseball Foundation. The Skeeters Baseball...
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2021 Cadillac CT4

absolutely! AUTO REVIEW | By Steve Kursar –  The 2021 Cadillac CT4 is a luxury compact sedan that was introduced last year to appeal to younger...
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Living the Sweet Life: Think and Do

Hey there Sweet Lifers! It’s been a year that I doubt any of us will forget anytime soon. We have learned how to do so many things differently. If...
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Share Tips on Vacationing with Social Distancing

The COVID-19 pandemic has re-shaped the concept of “vacationing.” Taking a family vacation, or simply enjoying some time off, has become more of...
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recent from PUBLISHER'S PREVIEW January 2021 – Exclamation Points!
January 2021 – Exclamation Points! As we go to press with our January 2021 issue – mid December of the dreaded year – I’d like to tell you I know exactly what we’re doing in 2021. I do not. 2020 left such an indelible mark on literally every aspect of our lives, planning has become almost obsolete.  I’m reminded of when my babies...
recent from On the Porch with Patti New Year’s Resolutions Are So 2019
New Year’s Resolutions Are So 2019 By Lisa Giesler, Professional Organizer, Life Coach, Author – conversationswithlisa.com It is believed that people have been making New Year’s Resolutions for about 4,000 years. January 1st marks the day when we look forward to resetting goals in anticipation of a better year. Then we had 2020, and you...
recent from THE CORONA CHRONICLES Come on 2021 – We’re Ready!
Come on 2021 – We’re Ready! By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher I am bundled up from head to toe in preparation for 2021.  Remember when you were little and every five years or so, a true northerner would blow into Houston?  Mother would bundle me up so that I couldn’t even put my arms down much less walk without waddling. ...
recent from NEWSWORTHY Fort Bend Museum Groundbreaking Sets the Stage for New $2 Million Renovation Project
Fort Bend Museum Groundbreaking Sets  the Stage for New $2 Million Renovation Project A groundbreaking ceremony in front of the Fort Bend Museum’s original building was held on Thursday, November 19th, formally kicking off the construction phase of an ambitious $2 million renovation campaign. The project, dubbed “History Rising,” has been in the planning and fundraising stage for the...
recent from FEATURES Out with the Old – In with the New: Resolutions for 2021
Out with the Old – In with the New: Resolutions for 2021 Last year was one for the record books – and unfortunately, not in the most positive of ways.  But, hope springs eternal for 2021!  In this issue, we asked some or our friends and neighbors what their hopes, plans and yes, resolutions for the new year are now that we can definitely say goodbye to...
recent from HEART OF THE BEND April 2020 – Out & About in the Heart of the Bend
April 2020 – Out & About in the Heart of the Bend Child Advocates of Fort Bend held a ribbon cutting and grand opening of their new Davis George Campus in Richmond.  The  newly remodeled and expanded 27,000 square foot building will provide the capability to serve double the amount of children in Fort Bend County in a nurturing and healing...