Katy: Spreading Smiles All Over!

by Katie Rice “We started work on the Fulshear location of Bright Orthodontics over a year ago,” says Dr. David S. Bright, D.D.S. MS, “and today that office is thriving…with patients enjoying gaming systems, refreshments including hot cookies and donuts, and a gi-normous fish tank. Our expansion into Fulshear coincided with moving our Katy location […]

Katy: Control Your Home from Anywhere You Roam

by Amy Sharp You can get the “state-of-the-art, custom-designed, best-there-is” services at an “everyday, anybody-can-afford-it” price.  Halo Professionals is your concierge of home services–from automation to security to satellite–custom tailored to fit your needs. Owner Clay Martin says, “We help you put in the right products at the right price!” An Army veteran, after returning […]

Katy: Texas Flavor for All Seasons

by Amy Sharp “We specialize in every Texas season,” says Austin Yates, owner of Texas Mesquite Grill, “Whether it’s football, the holidays or crawfish season, we’re all about jalapenos, fajitas, ribs, steaks, seafood, burgers, beer, family and friends!” And Texas Mesquite Grill has been so popular in Katy that it’s no surprise the new Cypress […]

Katy: Real Estate…It’s Her Game

by Amy Sharp Whether you’re buying your first home or “moving on up”, the process involves lots of factors. Which community, what school, what’s on the horizon for the area? Realtor Paula Rucky has seen it all. In the business since 1984, she’s spent the last 25 years watching and helping the Katy area grow […]

Katy: A Five Star Smile

by Amy Sharp When it comes to choosing a dentist for your children, you want the best. It’s important that the dentist be board-certified and specialize in pediatrics, but what your neighbors say speaks volumes. Your neighborhood pediatric dentist, Dr. Faisal Khan at Grand Parkway Pediatric Dental enjoys a perfect Google rating…with over forty five-star […]

Stop Holiday Plumbing Stress

by Amy Sharp The food is prepped, the guest linens are fresh and the house is spotless. It’s been stressful, but you are sure you’ve planned the perfect holiday for your family and guests. But do you realize how stressful the holidays are for your plumbing? Serving the residents of Fort Bend County for more […]

Calling All Fashionistas!

by Amy Sharp “To assist survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault and their children, achieve safety and self-sufficiency while striving to prevent violence against women.” That’s the mission of our very own Fort Bend Women’s Center. Joy Dowell, Director of Pennywise, the resale centers benefiting the Women’s Center, shares some of the wonderful programs […]

A Weight Loss Plan that Really Works

by Amy Sharp “I’ve lost 95 lbs. thus far,” says high school chemistry teacher Rachel Sims. “People stop me all the time and ask me how I did it!” Last August, Rachel’s mother (a local business owner) heard about Dr. Chary Tamirisa M.D–aka “Dr. T” at Sugar Land Medical and Aesthetics–from one of her customers. […]

Use it or Lose It!

by Joelie Key-Tissot Would you rent a beachfront condo in a tropical place and never go there? Would you rent a car and leave it in the driveway or garage to collect dust? Would you fill your fridge with food and let it all expire? Silly questions, right? So, why do so many people pay […]

The Kings of Cool

by Luke Worth According to Texas legend, when the Karankawa Indians first set foot on this part of the Gulf, they looked around and hightailed it down to Galveston as fast as they could. Houston, they said, was uninhabitable because of the heat. Fortunately, the advent of air conditioning has enabled Houston and its inhabitants […]

A Modern Take on the Old-School Beauty Shop

by Katie Rice We may not get nostalgic for the beehive hairdos or marcelled waves of the past, but don’t you wish the salons of today were as warm and welcoming as those of yesteryear? You can still find stylists who are seriously talented and uncommonly friendly close to home, thanks to local sisters Amira […]

Katy’s Natural Resources

Before Cinco Ranch or Weston Lakes or Nottingham Country, folks in Katy still lived in a community with a rec center, a mess hall, and nearby schools…thanks to Katy’s amazing natural resources. True Fix owner and Katy resident Gerald Svetlik says, “The Humble Gas Plant was opened in 1942 near the intersection of FM 2855 […]

Win a Prize Guaranteed to Make You Smile

Dr. Lemke’s Smile Story Contest A friendly, beautiful smile is the best way to make a good first impression…and it’s never too late to get the smile of your dreams! Dr. Katia Lemke says, “As a child, I was congenitally missing teeth and I didn’t get braces until I was an adult. My passion for […]

Only the Best Could Help Her: Mary Joyce Cranford’s story

Over the course of three years Mary Joyce Cranford had been to three different dentists in North Carolina and Georgia. After she and her husband moved out here to the Houston Area, she had some work done by another dentist in Houston. Joyce says, “When that dental work failed, I didn’t know where to turn. […]

Here’s to Your Health

by Luke Worth “Many people don’t realize they have absolute discretion over which pharmacist to use,” says Dr. Lance Campbell, Pharm. D., R.Ph. of Campbell’s Compounding Pharmacy.  “Texas law guarantees you that choice. When one patient, one physician, and one pharmacist work together to keep you in peak running condition, that is an unbeatable triad. […]

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