Houston Cinema Arts Fest opens with a bang.
Houston came out to the Omni to support Bo’s Place, which offers free support to grieving families that have lost a loved one.
Fashion for a Cause
Proceeds from Montrose T-shirts go to support HSPVA.
Wherein interactive demonstrations included a shoot house, bomb squad missions, and SWAT rappelling
Pac-men, Kenny Powers, and Cleopatra, oh my!
“A Night at Studio 54,” benefitting CMH
The doctors voted the best in the city by their peers celebrated with Houstonia at the Hotel Derek.
As Miller Outdoor Theater turns 90, supporters convened to support everyone’s favorite spot for a picnic and some culture.
The Texans might be in a slump, but you wouldn’t know it from watching the enthusiastic fans gathered at Houstonia House.
It’s not often that the Galleria ice rink closes for a private event (in fact, it’s only happened once before).
Raising $300,000 for the Halo House Foundation, which makes life easier for people with leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma
Admit it—you wish you could party with an elephant, too.
Featuring artwork incorporating classic cars and some ZZ Top-style beards
Raising $450,000 for homeless animals currently in the Friends for Life Program
Thirteen sommeliers competed for the title of Iron Sommelier, benefiting the Periwinkle Foundation.
In attendance: psychedelic blues-rock legends Moving Sidewalks, headed by ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons
This year’s theme, "Take Flight,” featured boarding passes designating seating assignments.
Centennial Opening Night Gala: An Evening with Reneé Fleming and the Houston Symphony
Jewel entertains a crowd of 500, raising hundreds of thousands for the mentoring program