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A Mission to Spread Love - Alex Bunch Art

The art scene is alive and thriving in The Woodlands. More proof comes from the distinguished and emerging artist, Alex Bunch. His unique glass mosaic artwork designs are now featured at Market Street, inside Luxe Custom Collective. You may also see his artistic influence all over town with the…


5 Paleo Meal Options In & Around The Woodlands

Eating like a caveman never tasted so good. You can still order out at restaurants if you are trying to stick to a Paleo diet. Also known as the “Caveman Diet” eating Paleo means only eating foods like meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, fruits, nuts, seeds, spices and healthy fats and oils. We tracked…


Adding Voluntourism to Your Meeting in The Woodlands

When you gather together as a group for whatever reason—an annual retreat, reunion, convention, sporting event or wedding—there’s an obvious impact. Your organization is able to accomplish action items. Your board is able to discuss goals in person. Your team is able to bond face to face…


The Pavilion: More Than a Concert Venue

You may know The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in The Woodlands as the premier spot for concerts, events and entertainment. But it’s so much more! Now in its 30th season, The Pavilion has always had the mission to reach out to the community and help students in the area learn about performing…


The Children’s Festival: Thomas & Friends and More

Kite making, train riding, cute pets and much more! This November 9-10 The Pavilion in The Woodlands will transform into one of the biggest playgrounds around. The 24th annual Children’s Festival is action-packed with entertainment, activities, and food. “ For over two decades the Children’s…