“All I Want for Christmas is My Two Front Teeth”

by Sarah Warburton From sweet babies with no teeth at all to teenagers with a mouthful of adult teeth, Dr. Bianca Sanchez of Little People’s Dentistry wants all her patients to smile with confidence. She says, “I love to see how thrilled my little friends are when they lose a tooth and get a visit […]

Youth in Philanthropy to Provide “Once Upon a Time”

Youth in Philanthropy to Provide Once Upon a Time at the Literacy Council FORT BEND COUNTY, TX – Come one, come all, it’s story time y’all! Youth in Philanthropy presented by the George Foundation and the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce will be assisting the Literacy Council with Once Upon a Time, an entertaining and […]

Two Rinks+One Cool Place=Tons of Fun!

Are you looking for a Winter Wonderland in the heart of Sugar Land? You’ll find hockey, figure skating, ice bumper cars, broomball, and families skating––even in the middle of summer––at the Sugar Land Ice and Sports Center. Jamie Feltus, General Manager, says, “Since we have two rinks and 8,000-square-feet, we’ve got room for all kinds […]

A Little Authentic Jazz for your Holidays

by Amy Sharp Imagine the holidays in the French Quarter–stunning decor, cozy patio seating and a warm yet vibrant ambience—and that fabulous New Orleans cuisine! Now imagine all of that without the travel…the same experience can be found right here in Sugar Land Town Square! Three years ago, Mack McDonald, Lincoln Ward, and Chef J.L. […]

‘Tis Not the Season for Nausea or Pain

Are your children nestled, all snug in the bed, but dancing visions of sugar plums are making them nauseous? Have you settled your brain for a long winter’s nap…with no intention of ever getting up because of the pain? “The holidays are not a fun time to be sick or in pain,” says Dr. Lance […]

Your Smile Can Change Your Life

by Sarah Warburton Are you ready for 2014? This is the year you seize life by the horns and really go after the things you’ve always wanted. Dr. Danny Nguyen of EcoDental says, “If your smile reveals chipped or missing teeth, fillings, or discolored teeth, you could be holding yourself back in more ways than […]

Service to Fort Bend, Service to Our Country

by Amy Sharp After four years in the Air Force as an air craft mechanic and twenty years with National Cash Register (which brought him to Sugar Land), Johnny Jackson started Jackson Air Conditioning 1982. His son Brian says, “I really learned the business from the ground up, and my son Blake is helping out, […]

Tales of Success from LoweryBank: Doctors Sonia and Subodh Chauhan

By Sarah Warburton What brought Dr. Sonia Chauhan, local Pediatrician and Neonatologist and her husband, Dr Subodh Chauhan, local Reproductive Endocrinologist and Fertility Specialist to LoweryBank? Poor customer service at Bank of America. Dr. Sonia Chauhan says, “Customer service is very important to us…and we were unhappy with our experience at our previous bank. LoweryBank […]

We make HOME an Alternative

“When you visit your parents over the holidays,” says Shehnaz Vagdama of Visiting Angels, “be alert to signals that they might need help. Piles of laundry and unopened mail, a house that isn’t as clean as it used to be, and signs of confusion and memory loss. Our “Angels” make it possible for your parents […]

Keep Your ER Visits Short…and Get Back Home for the Holidays!

by Sarah Warburton What makes emergency rooms so packed around the holidays? Is it the constant Fa-La-La-La…Ooops! as people slip off ladders while hanging twinkling lights or could it be Martha Stewart mishaps while preparing the big feast? Dr. Shannon Orsak of St. Michael’s Emergency Rooms says, “We see an increase in accidents of all […]

We See Her As Family

by Sarah Warburton “We happened upon her purely by chance,” says Robert Aitken about Dr. Anh Doan of Vision Source, “but she was so sweet and thoughtful we were hooked! We first found her because her office took my insurance and was close to our home. Ten years later, my entire family still goes to […]

Family Values

The best holiday memories are those built on family traditions…and they don’t get better (or more delicious) than the annual Lomonte family Italian Sausage Party. Dr. Thomas Lomonte, DDS says, “We get together every November to enjoy the beautiful Texas weather, share Italian food and music, good wine, and take turns mixing and stuffing the […]

Going HOME….

When Linda Riddle was only three years old, she came with her mother and her new stepfather, a private in the US army, from Thailand to the US. She says, “I grew up as a small-town Texas girl in Copperas Cove, and went through some tough times. When I graduated high school, I headed straight […]

The Best Presents for Speech Development

by Sarah Warburton When you’re making your list and checking it twice, choose great gifts that also give your child’s language a boost! Husband and wife team Dana and Jason Johnson of Speech Therapy Unlimited say, “We believe speech therapy should be fun, effective, and be a part of your everyday life. Our therapists are […]

Deck the Halls…and Beat the Clock!

by Sarah Warburton Do you think that December is too late to make any big changes to your home? It won’t take a Christmas miracle to transform your worn out counters and outdated bathtub or tile. “In just a day or two,” say Jonee and Paul Barnett of Miracle Method Surface Refinishing, “Miracle Method can […]

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