14 Pews kicks off a weeklong film festival showcasing work written and directed by women.
They’re amazing, inspiring, and have risen to the top of their (often male-dominated) professions. And we’re cheering them ever onward, ever upward.
The Houstonian Woman
Today, Gloria Steinem calls it “the most important event that nobody knows about.” Why?
These Houstonians show us what it means to be a woman in Houston in this day and age.
"They’ve endured so much while they’ve seen the world around them change—in some ways, especially lately, for the better."
Other than "go outside" now that it's 70 degrees again.
Five things that Houstonia's Lifestyle Editor fell in love with this week.
Last year, chef Paul Qui allegedly assaulted his girlfriend in front of her small child.
Kirkus should have known not to mess with a book subtitled "Moxie girls fight back."
The Yellow Rose Comedy Festival features local and national comics alike this May at Warehouse Live.
Luck be a Lady
Win a trip to San Francisco with Magpie's #TravelThrowback contest.
Classical Theatre Company looks at women's roles in society with A Doll's House.
Three entrepreneurs share their secrets and their struggles in one of America’s best cities for women-owned businesses.
Houston teacher Jennifer Mathieu writes her first novel, addressing the issue of "slut shaming" in schools.