Literary Houston got all gussied up for an evening with US Poet Laureate Natasha Tretheway.
Young Houston went green for Pier & Beam.
The South Asian Chamber of Commerce’s gala went from Hollywood to Bollywood and back again at their 20th anniversary gala.
The theme was green at Memorial Park Conservancy’s 90th-anniversary gala.
And on the thousand and second night, Houston partied for the ballet.
Houstonians came out in droves to support the American Heart Association.
A portion of proceeds at Sloan/Hall went to charity at an event for the CHI St. Luke’s Health/Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center young professionals’ group.
A nonprofit and designer men's clothing store team up to fight for healthy food.
Opera fans saw the stars of tomorrow perform at HGO’s Concert of Arias.
Guests got crafty among the palm trees at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft.
Arty Houstonians donned their finest wigs for the annual Hair Ball.
Houstonians gathered for lunch with a Latin vibe, benefiting Interfaith Ministries.
Houstonians donned their Venetian masks for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation’s Winter Ball.
More than a thousand people flocked to see Gus from Lonesome Dove in person.
Five of Houston's best chefs brought their best gumbo—and two claimed gumbo glory.
It was a musical morning at the River Oaks Country Club, as donors, kids, and members of the Houston Symphony gathered for Music Matters!
Fashionable Houston went French for the CAMH.
The Fertittas host a holiday bash for MD Anderson Children’s Cancer Hospital.
Houston chefs built delicious doghouses at the Royal Sonesta Hotel to benefit Lucky Dog Rescue.
Houstonians and their hounds raised over a half-million bucks partying for CAP.