The Public Safety Town Hall and Community BBQ event is canceled. We will do our best to reschedule the event so that we can recognize our Public Safety Stars, which includes our first responders, but we want everyone to remain safe today and to stay off the roads!
Spring Community (CIP) Meeting District A Community Meeting Tuesday, March 26, 2019 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM NOTE: MEETING IS IN A NEW LOCATION THIS YEAR White Oak Conference Center 7603 Antoine Houston, Texas 77088 Mayor Sylvester Turner invites the community to participate in the annual spring meetings in each district to [...]
by Dorothy Puch Lillig In the 19th and early 20th centuries, athletes sometimes drank beer to replenish water and minerals in the body. “Beer was the first sports drink,” says Kyle Steck, who today offers an array of beer choices to quench the thirst of both athletes and non-athletes alike at his new craft beer [...]
Tell me about Sword to Sword. We teach historical European martial arts, which is long sword fighting. Basically martial arts with weapons rather than Eastern martial arts or conventional modern martial arts. It is also different from fencing, which is a sport. The mission to grow the awareness of European martial arts is great, but [...]
Dr. Betsy Coe is the executive director of the Houston Montessori Center, and the secondary principal at the School of the Woods. How long have you been working at the Houston Montessori Center? The Center is 43 years old. I’ve been there since the early ’80s, first as an instructor and then as the executive [...]
Jennifer Edwards is co-owner of 4J Brewing Company, which opens in June. Why did you decide to open this brewpub in Spring Branch? I’ve lived in Spring Branch my whole life. My mom went to Spring Branch High School, so she’s been here even longer. I began brewing beer at home with my dad when [...]
Michele Bua is the owner of Bua’s Bistro and Catering, which is scheduled to open in June in Spring Branch. How did you get into the food service industry? About 25 years ago, my parents owned and ran an Italian bakery in the Museum District. I was always at my father’s side, and realized I [...]