At seventy-eight, Sibyl Kirby has had her share of medical issues. Most recently she found herself fighting a losing battle. Both of her legs were red, swollen and weeping and nothing she did seemed to help. After consulting one specialist, she did not see any improvement; so she asked Dr. Darcourt for a referral, and he recommended Dr. Ulises Baltazar.
That’s the theme of the 5th annual Fall Classic Charity Fundraiser hosted by Sugar Land Rotary and title sponsor UpClose Magazine on September 23, 2017 from 6:30-10:00 p.m. at Safari Texas.Continue Reading
World-renowned chef and co-owner of the ever-popular Hoggs-n-Chicks and Live Oak Grill (with friend/partner Roque Baecker), Frédéric Perrier has partnered with longtime friend Tao La to bring The Slanted Frog to Fort Bend County!
When Fort Bend County native Brandon Berryman was in college, he took a part-time job with a friend repairing leather seats in cars. Brandon says, “I was showing success early and saw this as a long-term career. We mostly serviced dealerships. Around 2006, I bought a body shop: Sport Performance Collision Center in Stafford. With my background, I marketed to both dealerships and retail.” A true entrepreneur, Brandon now owns the company he worked for in college: national corporation All-Pro Auto Reconditioning. And his Stafford-based body shop, Sport Performance Collision Center, is still going strong...getting you back on the road and making Fort Bend cars look like new for more than 10 years!
For many years, your Keller Williams Southwest Houston Market Center (KWSW)—the largest realty office in Fort Bend County—has participated in RED Day. RED Day, which stands for Renew, Energize and Donate, is Keller Williams’ annual international day of service. Each year on the second Thursday of May, associates around the globe celebrate their cultural icon, Moe Anderson’s birthday, by spending the day away from their businesses serving worthy organizations and causes in their communitie
Back in 2000, Compressor Engineering Corporation President Richard Hotze had LASIK surgery. “It should have never been done,” says Richard. “That year, I had LASIK twice and radial keratotomy surgery once. At the end of the ordeal, my eyes were screwed up so bad I was wearing a soft contact piggybacked with a hard contact plus glasses just to be able to see.”>
When it comes to singing R&B, nobody warbled tunes like The Jackson 5. Their song stylings and dance maneuvers are rivaled by no one. But when it comes to air conditioning, nobody can beat Sugar Land’s own “Jackson 4” at Jackson Air & Heat: patriarch Johnny Jackson, company owner Brian Jackson and Brian’s two sons, Brian and Blake. They may not be able to moonwalk, but they can fix anything air conditioning related...and in a Southeast Texas summer, who would you rather have knocking at your door?
Couture for the Cause is the premier Fort Bend County affair benefitting The American Cancer Society. This year’s event, “Garden Glitz,” will celebrate and honor the life of longtime Johnson Development employee, Carolyn Williams. Carolyn lost her 13 year hard-fought battle with cancer on June 14, 2016. Johnson Development Co-President and COO Doug Goff says, “I have never seen a more courageous woman.
Staying cool is no joke! You NEED a Better Air Conditioner. The Fort Bend area sweated through one of the top five hottest Februaries ever. By all indicators, it’s going to be a scorcher of a summer.