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The Family Ferrari
By Nate Chapnick | April 5, 2016

Soon after becoming a publicly traded company in 2015 (the ticker symbol appropriately dubbed RACE), Ferrari’s CEO, Amedeo Felisa, put the possibility of a full Ferrari SUV permanently to rest, stating unequivocally, “It’s not that...

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Garden Grows
By Carl Mickelson | March 31, 2016

In a town where fajitas are never fully dressed without melted butter, Kristina Carrillo-Bucaram, 28, is pulling off a minor miracle—making people enthusiastic about eating a fully raw diet of fresh, uncooked fruits and vegetables.

Sound lame?...

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Fantasy Man
By Ray Rogers | March 30, 2016

On the big screen, Chris Hemsworth is best known as the mega-chiseled, hammer-wielding Norse god Thor from The Avengers movie series. But back home on his farm in Australia, the tall, blond and handsome movie star is just a mere mortal—a protective...

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Game Changer
By Dan Oko | March 29, 2016

Houston’s own Americana musical hero Hayes Carll, a Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter who was raised in The Woodlands, is fond of funny, strange but true-sounding tales. Speaking recently from a hotel in Nashville, where he was promoting his first album in...

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Special Delivery
By Daniel Renfrow | March 29, 2016

Although the Heights has long been considered one of the city’s most charming neighborhoods, most of the focus on the area’s booming real estate market until now has stayed within the bounds of the traditional historic districts. It’...

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The Hit List: 3 Boutiques Buzz for Spring
By Ray Dennison | March 28, 2016

1. Highland Village newcomer Maison Jolie (4003B Westheimer Rd., 713.850.1362) carries an impressive lineup...

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The Hit List: 5 Hoppin’ Easter Brunches
By Robin Barr Sussman | March 17, 2016

1. Hop on over with the whole family to Brennan’s of Houston (3300 Smith St., 713.522.9711) on Friday...

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The Hit List: 5 Spots to Go Buck Wild
By Holly Crawford | March 11, 2016

1. Set the scene back at the ranch (or gift your favorite cowhand) with a sharp, hand-embroidered Jonathan Adler (In...

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Yes, Virginia
By Daniel Renfrow | March 7, 2016

When actress Kim Lehl, 50, was a student at UH in the early ’90s, she got some sage career advice from iconic playwright Edward Albee—he was teaching there at the time—that would kick-start her career. Albee pulled the then-26-year-old...

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Courting Cool
By Jeff Gremillion | March 7, 2016

The city’s newest rock duo, Starline, includes some familiar faces. Calvin Stanley III of early-2000s Houston stalwart band Pale has partnered with ex-NBA star Matt Maloney to create a lush, already-buzzy new audio experience they...

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Sole Purpose
By Sarah Storms | March 7, 2016

Peek under any train at the Oscars or the Golden Globes, and there’s a good chance you’ll see a glimmering pair of Jimmy Choo heels. The brand’s strappy stilettos have provided the framework...

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La Belle Famille
By Beth Weitzman | March 7, 2016

In this era of corporate takeovers and multinational conglomerates, there’s something so endearing about Sisley-Paris—the Parisian beauty brand that’s been lovingly owned and operated by the same family, the tight-knit d’Ornano...

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