At Foodie-Friendly Golf Tourney, Super Bowl Champ Owen Daniels Takes a Swing at Food Insecurity

Jeff Gremillion

ONE OF HOUSTON'S top chefs has joined the club — the golf club, that is! Chris Williams of Lucille’s, a 2022 James Beard Foundation Award finalist for Outstanding Restaurateur, and his nonprofit dedicated to fighting food insecurity and waste hosted their second annual golf tournament at Hermann Park.

The Son of a Construction Worker and Housekeeper, Artist Chávez Celebrates Those Who Feel 'Left Over'

Chris Becker

ON VIEW THROUGH May 26 at Hooks-Epstein Galleries is an exhibit of new works by Houston artist Marcos Hernandez Chávez. The show’s title, El baile de los que sobran, translates to “The dance of those left over,” the “left overs” being people who struggle, celebrate and live their lives “at the end of the American experience."

Centuries-Old Spiritual Practice Gives One Artist — and Her Viewers — a Fresh Perspective on Life

Chris Becker

WHEN HOUSTON ARTIST Mari Omori traveled to Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in 2018 to study the art of batik-making, she had no idea how life-changing the sabbatical would be.

Pelican Builders Welcome Residents To First New Upper Kirby Condo Offering In Years;
Boutique Midrise Adds To Pedestrian Appeal Of Sought-After, Inner Loop Neighborhood

WITH ITS INAUGURAL set of residents newly moved in, Pelican Builders’ mid-rise condominium Westmore at 2323 W Main Street in Upper Kirby is already seeing the blossoming of a tight-knit community. Designed by Houston-based Mirador Group the Westmore is the first new condominium product to be introduced to the in-demand, inner loop neighborhood in more than three years. And with remaining two-bedroom homes starting at $895,000, it’s a remarkable value for this increasingly pricey area, where condos can easily climb to several million dollars and more.

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Rafael Rojas, Ani Kushyan, Dominic Domingo, Navasard Hakobyan

THE SPECTACULAR WORTHAM Center tradition that’s sometimes called the American Idol of the opera world — followed in best-of-Houston form by a gala dinner party in the Grand Foyer — was a rousing and inspiring success last week.

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IN HEDWIG VILLAGE sits a newly completed masterpiece, the largest new-construction home to ever go up for sale in the Memorial Villages. At 17,369 square feet, 10950 Beinhorn, listed by Bryan Beene with Martha Turner Sotheby's International Realty for just shy of $9M, is also the biggest new build currently on the market in all of Houston.

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