CollaborEIGHT Dinner Series Features Two Powerhouse Chefs in The Woodlands

The last CollaborEIGHT dinner prior to the pandemic brought together two powerhouse chefs in The Woodlands, Chef Austin Simmons of […]

Lasting Legacy of David Vetter

David’s life has not been forgotten as his legacy lives on in his hometown of Shenandoah and neighboring community The […]

Fair Trade Market

Think of a product you purchased recently. Do you know where it was made, or by whom? Did you know […]

Houston Advanced Research Center

Nestled behind a thick layer of trees on Research Forest and Gosling, originally intended by The Woodlands founder George Mitchell […]

From The Woodlands to Broadway

Straight from suburban Houston to New York City, Mallory Bechtel began living her dream on the Broadway stage at the […]

Dr. Adrienne Blessing

A “blessing” to the community, Dr. Adrienne Blessing moved to The Woodlands in the early ‘90s, and nearly 30 years […]

The Woodlands Arts Council

When conceiving The Woodlands as a master-planned community, its founders envisioned a place where art was highly valued. They succeeded […]

Staying Safe in the Texas Sun

Staying Safe in the Texas Sun   Sunscreen Tips to Stay “Sun Safe” Sunlight is a part of our everyday […]

Farm Fresh Foods

The farm-to-table restaurant culture is bursting onto The Woodlands culinary scene with wholesome food and the freshest local products in […]

Day Trips

Following years of careful civic planning in accordance with George Mitchell’s original vision, The Woodlands has everything residents need. Unless […]

Hindu Temple

India is a country with multiple languages, subcultures, culinary styles and traditions, so when the Hindu Temple of The Woodlands […]

The Woodlands Methodist School Boots & Bling

The Woodlands Methodist School held its 5th annual fundraiser and auction, Boots and Bling , at the architecturally stunning Glade […]