Looking for a night on the town? You’re in luck! Prepare for romance and laughter, because Almost, Maine encompasses both. This whimsical tale, written by John Cariani, explores love and loss in a remote, mythical almost-town called Almost, Maine. It premiered at the Portland Stage Company in Portland, Maine in 2004 where it broke box office records and garnered critical acclaim. There are nine short scenes: Her Heart, Sad & Glad, Seeing the Thing, Story of Hope, Where It Went, This Hurts, They Fell, Epilogue, and Prologue.
Skateboarding is one of the most popular recreational activities for kids between the ages of 6 and 18. But for one 44-year-old Pearland resident, it’s a lifelong passion.
Darren Evans is a member of Skate Pearland, an organization focused on raising funds to build a new skatepark in the Pearland community – not just for the thrill of jumping ramps and half-pipes, but to bring kids off dangerous streets and parking lots.
After two phases which spanned four years, the Klein High School renovation project is complete. Join the community on December 4th, 2014 as Klein High hosts an open house to show off it newly-renovated halls.
Phase III of LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch is almost complete, with an exciting lineup of new shops and restaurants set to open soon. These brand new storefronts will not only compliment the existing retail and office space, but also Central Green – the outdoor venue on the south side of LaCenterra used for special events, concerts and festivals. Central Green was completed during the Phase II development cycle.
Last month, Riverstone celebrated the opening of its new Big Adventure Park to over 800 explorers and families. The new park boasts several exciting amenities like a 100 foot zip line, large bridge and forested areas. Spanning roughly two acres of The Club at Riverstone, the new park has plenty of room for everyone.
Fall weather has finally arrived, making this the perfect time to enjoy weekends outside. If you’re looking for a fun and unique way to get your family outdoors, look no further than the Farmer’s Market at Imperial. Each Saturday from 9am to 1pm, you can peruse roughly 50 vendor booths to find fresh produce, savory meats, baked goods and other unique items. With different musicians playing and activities planned, no two markets are the same.
Dust off your ruff, noblemen and women! The Texas Renaissance Festival is in full swing. This season marks the festival’s 40th anniversary, and it’s already yielding record-breaking attendance numbers.
It would be uncharacteristic of the festival to turn 40 without a special celebration. Thus, planners have added a major event to this year’s lineup: King Midas’s Masquerade Ball. A new tented pavillion, dubbed King Midas’s Golden Court, has been constructed to host the event.
Five local residents of Manvel and Rosharon are proud to be bringing home the gold medal for one of the most surprising athletic competitions you can imagine.
They are the winners of the 2014 National Skydiving Championships held this past September in Chicago. 30 other teams competed, but the Texas team SPX 5 won first place for the intermediate four-way formation skydiving event.
Fall is here and the harvests are in! To celebrate this traditional time of year, Tomball will host its 3rd Annual Fall Bluegrass Festival held at the historic Old Depot. The festival is all about getting in touch with your southern roots with traditional mountain music full of picking banjos and howling fiddles.
No one looks forward to visiting the hospital, especially when it’s a family member who’s ill. But at the Houston Methodist Hospital in Sugar Land, those in need will be able to find the greatest care from committed staff and nurses.
Such a family was facing strong concerns for their father as he began showing signs of an oncoming stroke. Despite their fears for his possible diagnosis, they came to Methodist Sugar Land and were met with extraordinary care and dedication by Nurse Ann Hernandez.