Style: It’s a State of Mind

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher I’ve often heard it said that clothing, an individual’s choice in wardrobe, helps define a person. I guess I can see that, especially when I think of friends I have known that stand out for their personal style. The ultimate sharp-dressed man, Gary Dante, owner...

Calling All Artists to Apply to Participate in the Inaugural Sugar Land Arts Festival

Artists are Now Able to Apply via the Sugar Land Arts Fest Website Are you an artist? The Sugar Land Cultural Arts Foundation is seeking artists to apply to participate in the inaugural Sugar Land Arts Festival on April 23-24, 2022- art, food, drink, music, and fun! The Sugar Land Arts Fest seeks artisans...

Supply Chain Disrupted

The Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce’s Infrastructure Planning Division will host an informative event titled “Supply Chain Disrupted” on Thursday, February 3rd from 7:30 – 9 am with University of Houston’s Margaret A. Kidd. Ms. Kidd will discuss current statistics and impact, preparing for “just in...

Blood Drive: Why They Are Totally Awesome!

By Kelley Sweet Jensen Like most of us, you have likely never needed a blood transfusion. You may not even know anyone who has needed one. That’s fantastic, congrats! Seriously, I don’t have a tragic story or a tear-jerker tale for you right now, but I know of thousands who do.  Actually, there is one...

The Power of Positive People

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher Positive people are game-changers.  They absolutely rock my world, and I strive on the daily to emulate that power of positivity that seems so effortless to so many.  Now, I don’t always achieve said goal, but a girl’s got to try because frowning gives you...

3rd Annual George Ranch Rodeo to Honor Fort Bend County’s Black Cowboy Legacy

              Rodeo Events | Kids’ Activities | Entertainment | Vendors | And More! SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2022 at the GEORGE RANCH HISTORICAL PARK Discover the enduring legacy of African American cowboys in Fort Bend County history on Saturday, February 19, 2022, at the...

Snow Dreams . . . Abruptly Interrupted

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher There I was playing in the snow with my fam. My only care in the world was what beverage I would have when I went inside to warm up. Wine? Chai tea? Hot chocolate? Well, you know I landed on wine. Then, it happened. Mr. Kaminski informed me it was time to go back to...

Sugar Land Video Team Named Best in Texas

The city of Sugar Land’s videography team recently won seven state awards, including three best of Texas finishes, for efforts to make local government more accessible and transparent. Digital Communications Manager Jake Schnitzer and Digital Journalist Roman Perez, of the Office of Communications, were...

Life in The 20s: Happy 2020-YOU!

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher Just the other day Kassidi asked me about how I was – how my life was – in my twenties. Since she is in her twenties now, I felt that was fair game and that I could answer honestly without reservation. I spent my twenties in the mid 1980s and early 1990s, so Kassidi...

The Ding Dong Disaster – And I’m Not Talking About Christmas Bells

By Patti Parish-Kaminski, Publisher I love Ding Dongs. It’s a trashy sort of love affair. I get that, but nonetheless, I’m all in. So, when it became my turn at the wheel to head west for the holidays, I knew what I needed to navigate the tumultuous Texas highways: Ding Dongs. Now this is a very special...

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