The splashy scene at The Wilshire

Houston Ballet Ball Houston Ballet Ball


Aryeh Nussbaum Cohen, Yelena Dyachek, Mane Galoyan and Zoie Reams Houston Grand Opera's Eleanor McCollum Competition for Youth Singers

Fresh Arts' Crystal Ball Fresh Arts' Crystal Ball

Harry Winston dinner at Rienzi, The Public Art of the University of Houston System's An Evening with Frank Stella, Jorge Jiménez Deredia exhibit at Art of the World Gallery Harry Winston dinner at Rienzi, The Public Art of the University of Houston System's An Evening with Frank Stella, Jorge Jiménez Deredia exhibit at Art of the World Gallery

The Memorial Park Conservancy's Picnic in the Park and Kick Up your Boots for Kids The Memorial Park Conservancy's Picnic in the Park and Kick Up your Boots for Kids

A Couture Cause launch party, 2018 Men of Distinction announcement and a private shopping event at Valentino A Couture Cause launch party, 2018 Men of Distinction announcement and a private shopping event at Valentino

The Wilshire opening and Hines’ Residences at La Colombe d’Or reveal The Wilshire opening and Hines’ Residences at La Colombe d’Or reveal

Junior League of Houston gala, The Good Samaritan gala, Seven Acres Jewish Care Services' gala Junior League of Houston gala, The Good Samaritan gala, Seven Acres Jewish Care Services' gala

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AN INTERVIEW WITH Jon Heine President of Houston Market, Veritex Community Bank

What were your biggest challenges of 2020? Without question the biggest challenge was pivoting from the playbook we had to begin 2020 in order to quickly address the immediate needs of our clients, colleagues and communities. Working with our customers to provide loan payment deferrals and PPP loans through the SBA Payroll Protection Program (Veritex Bank provided over $400 million to 2,100 clients in Round 1) became the immediate priority. This involved a Herculean effort from over 120 of our colleagues in various departments of the Bank who raised their hand to assist not because of an opportunity, but out of obligation to the communities we serve.

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Warren and Rachel Ellsworth and Betty and Jess Tutor

HOUSTON GRAND OPERA officially opened its first live season of shows in two years with a bold, colorful presentation of Bizet's Carmen followed by a fabulous crimson-tented dinner on Ray C. Fish Plaza just outside the theater.

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SOME SAY, "LIFE is a bitch and then you die." I say, life is a coach and then you thrive!

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