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The 4th Annual RYDE For a Reason

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Ever since RYDE opened its door in 2015, they have made an effort to be part of Houston’s philanthropic community. Since then, they have raised over $130,000 for a variety of local charities. Through monthly charity rides and larger events like, RYDE for a Reason, the team and yourself are able to give back. Keep Reading

Guilt-Free Vacation with Charlise Springer

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Summer can be a hard season to stay fit. As much we want to feel great in our bikini and mini dress we also want to enjoy that PiñColada by the pool. We chatted with one of our favorite fitness gurus, Charlise Springer, on how to keep up your summer bod this seasonCharlise grew up in an athletic household and went on to be a Division I athlete, an Olympic level softball player, and is now a sought-after fitness coach. She shared tips with us on how to enjoy yourself this summer without feeling the guilt.

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Berg Hospitality Steps Up to the Plate for Astros Opening Day

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Friday, April 5th is the Houston Astros opening day at Minute Maid Park! In celebration, Berg Hospitality Group, B&B Butchers and BB Lemon, is celebrating with knockout hot dog specials as well as transportation to and from the game.  Keep Reading

The I.V. Doc: The Ultimate House [or Hotel] Call

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The I.V. Doc® is the leading provider of hotel room, home, and office I.V. fluid treatments. Founded in 2013 by New York-based surgeon Dr. Adam Nadelson, The I.V. Doc has gotten celebrities and people across the country hooked. You may think of I.V. treatments as just a luxe hangover cure, but they are perfect for fighting off jet lag and much more.  Keep Reading

Soccer Star, Kealia Ohai is Changing the Game

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Who you are isn’t based off what people think of you, but what you think of yourself just ask Kealia Ohai. From falling in love with soccer as a child to professionally playing the sport as captain for Houston Dash, she’s no stranger to pursuing her passion and overcoming her obstacles. Instead, she thrives off it. Although it might be difficult to imagine running into a stadium with fans cheering your name, this scenario is already a reality for Kealia. With a smile on her face and the #7 on her jersey, she’s on the field doing what she does best: scoring goals and setting records.  Keep Reading

Where to Kickstart Your 2019 Exercise Resolutions

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We are 7 days into 2019 – just enough time to either already be behind on your resolutions or still nailing your resolutions down. If you are already an avid exerciser or looking to expand your work out routine, we have you covered! These three locally owned exercise facilities are delivering both unique perspectives and physical results.  Keep Reading

Sport Your Best Look with Gordy & Sons

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You have to look the part to play the part. And finding the right look can be hard to do alone. At Gordy & Sons Outfitters their new personal shopping experience will find the perfect gear for your next fishing trip or your newfound hunting hobby. Their style team provides expert help in ensuring you look and feel confident for whatever it is you need. Keep Reading

Boulle to Debut at Spa with Rinaldi Racing

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Nick Boulle of de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry, will be part of the Rinaldi Racing’s lineup in their #488 Ferrari GT3 race car. The 24-hour endurance race is part of the SRO Blancpain Endurance Cup that features four classes – Pro, Pro-Am, Am and National Cup. Nick recently came in 8th place finish in class at the Le Mans 24 Hour and is excited about his next race.  Keep Reading

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