A 150-Year-Old Rug Woven for a Castle is For Sale in Houston as Rug Store Closes the Doors to their Flagship Store
Oriental Rug Bazaar is closing the doors to to their Flagship Store at 5525 Westheimer Road in Houston, forever. This Saturday, they have an auction to clear every single rug in the showroom. It is a one-of-a-kind sale that will never happen again.
Magical Winter Lights Brings a World of Enchantment to Katy
The Magical Winter Lights enchanting holiday spectacle is back shining bright at a new location, in the Katy Mills Mall. From November 17, 2023, to January 7, 2024, visitors will have the opportunity to experience a captivating, light-filled wonderland like never before.
Watch Texas Tribune journalists discuss their experience on a rural reproductive health project
Reporter Eleanor Klibanoff and photojournalist Shelby Tauber talked with Tribune editor Terri Langford about their reporting on a story of a 26-year-old Texan who was told her twin sons had a zero percent chance of survival after childbirth.
Texas job growth likely to slow in late 2023, Dallas Fed economist says
The state will likely see the two years of post-pandemic growth start to decelerate, according to Roberto Coronado, senior vice president and senior economist for the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Coronado also cited lowering inflation rates as a top priority for the Dallas Fed.
Nonprofit to hold events to provide back to school supplies, health screenings for families as school year approaches
The Civic Heart Community Services nonprofit is holding two back to school events this month to provide families with supplies and health services, the organization said in a news release.
The Lone Star College Registration Festival is Designed to Set Students Up for Success
College registration can be a really daunting process, which is why Lone Star College has come up with a way for students to kickstart their college career. The Lone Star College Registration Festival is designed to help students and their families navigate the registration process. Events include help with advising, financial aid assistance, campus tours, and more. This week long event will take place at all 8 Lone Star College Campuses Aug. 5 - Aug. 12.
White Linen Night returns to Houston Heights this summer. Here’s what you need to know
With more than 20,000 people expected to attend, White Linen Night is known as a vibrant community event that started in 2006 in the wake of Hurricane Katrina by the New Orleans community that moved to Texas and missed their original event.
‘Barbie’ beauty descends on Houston’s Discovery Green: See pink lights to celebrate the highly anticipated film premiere
Discovery Green is changing the color of its lights to pink on Friday night to help celebrate the release of the new Warner Bros. Pictures movie “Barbie,” which opens in theaters on Friday.
George Floyd remembrance: Houston leaders to host free documentary screening marking 3rd year since his death
In remembrance of George Floyd’s life, Houston-area activists, politicians, and community leaders will present The Making of George, a short documentary about the creation of Floyd’s sculpture.