Pop-Up Show Celebrates Texas’ Picture-Perfect State Parks Ahead of Milestone Anniversary

Chris Becker

THE TEXAS STATE Parks system marks its 100th anniversary in 2023. To celebrate this historical occasion, Foltz Fine Art presents The Art of Texas State Parks, a “pop-up” exhibition of paintings of state-park sites by a diverse selection of contemporary Texas artists.

Wine Café Offers Fun, Budget-Friendly Options for Late Summer Sips and Bites

Robin Barr Sussman

IT’S SUMMER AND the living might be easy, but not so much on the pocketbook. Phoenix-born Postino Wine Café, which is popping up all over H-Town, is offering creative ways to keep you well fed — and watered — without breaking the bank during this historically high inflation, through Sept. 5. They’ve hit the easy button on summer wining and dining, and we’re fans.

With Expertise in Blondes, Extensions and More, the Janelle Alexis Team Is a Go-To Salon

YOU CAN'T LIMIT Janelle to one title – Hairdresser. Her career and business has been established and built on a strong foundation. Using her two business degrees + one more in-process, this enables Janelle and the team to deliver not only a customer-focused experience, but a foundationally solid business. There is much more than meets the eye, and in sharing a little bit about Janelle, she was not only an international hair extension educator for over 14 years, but brings extensive expertise to blondes. She rounds this out with her previously launched namesake cosmetic line, which is a perfect complement to her belief that “Beauty is our Business”.

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Both locations of The Pit Room are open today, July 9.

WITH POWER OUTAGES over many portions of the city, Houstonians need alternative places to cool off more than ever before. Below is an updated list of open restaurants where you can eat well and stay a while. Pack up and seek out one of these respites!

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Oscar Wyatt and friend on the roof of his Coastal oil and gas company in Houston in 1990

ONE OF HOUSTON'S most prominent and at times controversial businessmen will turn 100 next week. Oscar Wyatt, oilman and World War II hero, will meet the century mark July 11.

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