JaeRene was featured as a rising star in CityBook's 2020 Music Issue.

A GOFUNDME set up for the family of R&B singer Jaelyn "JaeRene" Chapman, who was killed in a wrong-way crash on the Westpark Tollway on April 7 after the car she was in was struck by an intoxicated driver, is close to reaching its goal of $35,000.

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Dror, fresh from the The Juilliard School, joined the Houston Symphony as first violin in the early 1960s.

Daniel Dror Sr., a former child prodigy and first violin of the Houston Symphony, who came to Houston by way of New York City's Julliard School before becoming a real estate titan and CEO of several publicly traded companies, passed away peacefully on March 15, 2021 in Houston. He was 80.

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‘He Was a Point of Light’

In a quiet moment — as the spotlight dims on the historic funeral proceedings for Houston’s own President George H.W. Bush, spanning three cities and capturing the attention of the world — a son remembers his father.

George Bush and Wife Saying Goodbye

Neil Bush is the fourth child of President George H.W. Bush’s six children with First Lady Barbara Bush, both of whom passed away in 2018 as revered Houstonians and unabashed boosters of their adopted hometown. Neil is the chairman of Points of Light, an international nonprofit that promotes volunteerism, and director of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M. Also the brother of a president — George W. Bush — Neil and his wife Maria founded the Barbara Bush Houston Literacy Foundation in 2013. Neil shares his thoughts on the loss just weeks ago of the man the world knew as 41, the one-time leader of the free world, but was, to him, simply Dad. 

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