Pat and Kevin Mitchell at ‘Mercury’
Pat and Kevin Mitchell at ‘Mercury’

Joanna and Brad Marks at ‘Bo’s’ Events benefitting Bo's Place and Children's Assessment Center


Sara Beth and Pierce Bush at ‘Project’ Catastrophic Theatre Gala and Project 88's Jean & Jerseys Party

David Lee Roth with California Girls Opera Ball

Off the Wall Astro's Bash Off the Wall Astro's Bash

Austin Trainor, Ana Barron Strouse and Eric Turner at Sweat 1000 The openings of Sweat 1000, Catalyst, Cottonmouth Club and Paris Texas Apparel Co.

Steve Wyatt and Joyce Echols at ‘Alley’ TUTS and Alley Theatre Galas

Balinese dancers at ‘Symphony’ Mercury’s 10th annual gala and the Symphony Ball

Phoebe and Bobby Tudor Hermann Park Conservancy's Evening in the Park gala

Dustin Windham and Bun B at ‘Tastemakers’ CultureMap’s Tastemakers event and Sugar Land Wine & Food Affair

IW Marks and Maison-de-Mode.com boutique

Roz Pactor with Jim and Jo Furr at ‘Music’ Welcome Wilson's Birthday and Music with Friends

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Duos, Trios and Teams: Clients Get ‘Personalized, Hands-on Service’ at Perdomo Group

Standing left to right: Meghan Johnson, Jill Knowles, Julianna Lind, Beth Stephan, Marla Reade, Galina Saburov, Lil Newman

Seated left to right: Susan Boylan, Julie Sheets, Kim Perdomo, Kim Zander, Tracy Ackley

HOW DID YOUR team form? After ten years as a realtor for a top firm in Houston, Kim Perdomo established a boutique brokerage in 2011. The team grew organically and joined forces with Compass in 2019.

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Clams Casino (photo by Julie Soefer)

ONE OF THE year’s most anticipated restaurants, modern American seafood concept Navy Blue, has dropped anchor in Rice Village, taking the space formerly occupied by Politan Row. Everything points to success — from its buzzy vibe to the big New York chef Jerrod Zifchak, and the quality seafood, of course. Catch our first bite!

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Alanna Flores, Fayez Sarofim, Meredith Flores Barker, Gillian Sarofim

NEARLY 500 BLACK-tie-clad Houstonians turned out to toast the late billionaire-philanthropist Fayez Sarofim, who notably contributed tens of millions to the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, at the MFAH’s annual Grand Gala Ball. This year, the event honored Sarofim’s legacy and that of his eponymous foundation, and celebrated the continuance of the family’s generosity, as several of the Sarofims were in attendance.

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