Wes Sims, owner of Cajun Cuisine, spent 44 years in the oilfield business. “I never cooked a thing until I was a twenty-something year old bachelor and didn’t like what I could buy. My mom and my grandma were great cooks. I would call my mom for help, and I watched Great Chefs on TV. Having spent some of my childhood in Louisiana, I became very interested in Paul Prudhomme and Cajun cookin
Drag racing has existed since automobiles were first developed. For nearly a century, car-lovers all over the world have sought out the fascination found in two cars lining up and racing from a standing start
When you’re trying to feed the starving after a doubleheader Saturday baseball game, or catch a family meal before the dance recital and band concert that happen to be on the same night...you want a casual restaurant with a varied menu. And when you want to hang out with the guys to watch the game, or catch some live music on the one night you actually found a babysitter...you want a clean friendly place with a fantastic drink selection. Of course, it helps if all of these places are close to home!
There’s a lot to love about summer—longer days, warmer weather—but there’s a lot to loathe too. You’re showing more skin and spending more time outside, but those pesky mosquitoes and weird tan lines are just some of the woes that can ruin even the most perfect summer day.
“A Day at the Derby” rocked Sweetwater Country Club!
This past Monday, April 25th, Five Star Day was an all-day affair that provided: activities for the children at our first-ever PwC Foundation Interactive Kid Station, restful spa retreats for parents, and a gourmet candlelight dinner that families enjoyed together, prepared by Magnolia Hotels’ Executive Chef Adam Deviney. Evening entertainment included a special, private musical performance by the University of Houston’s Pre-Medical Collegiate Orchestra, fun with Ronald McDonald, and a magic show!
There’s a reason family-owned Clancy’s Public House on FM 359 in Richmond was recently voted “Best New Restaurant in Fort Bend County.” They dish out Texas-sized portions of your favorites with an Irish twist—a nod to the family’s heritage. “It’s what I’ve always wanted to do,” says owner Sean Bielstein. “When I was a little kid I would watch my dad barbeque...and as soon as they trusted me to jump on that pit, I was cooking.”
Food establishments in and around our fabulous community must adhere to strict building codes and inspections. One requirement of all establishments is regular pest control/extermination.
Betty Greenwood’s grandson Jordyn was born with a chromosomal disorder. “It has no label,” says Betty. “We were told he would always be delayed in skills. That he would never grow, never sit, never talk and never walk. We were told he would not live past five years old.”
When Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Gary Greene Top Producer Debbie Marcell heard Renee McKelvey was joining her office, she couldn’t believe it. “Her previous company redid my floors...twice. And if I had known she was going into real estate, I would have gone after her with a vengeance.”