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The Afterburner 01/22/14

By LeaAnne Klentzman   Tug’n on Superman’s cape uncovers a week’s worth of shameless self-promotion… Last week we posed a few questions relating to the search for a new Rosenberg police chief. Now one need remember, the former chief is now city manager so he is all over who his predecessor is going to be. We […]

The Afterburner 01/15/14

By LeaAnne Klentzman   The building of a scandal – The city of Rosenberg has promoted their long time police chief to city manager thus the search is on for a new police chief; one who will answer to the former police chief now city manager. According to insiders, since trying to become competitive with east […]

Fort Bend Foodie 01/15/14

Floyds Cajun Seafood and Texas Steakhouse 16549 S. W. Freeway Sugar Land, TX Cuisine:  Cajun Seafood and steak This restaurant is owned and operated by three partners who have three other restaurants by the same name.   One partner is the son of Don Floyd #75 who played for the Houston Oilers.  It was started […]

The Afterburner 01/08/14

Going up in smoke What a year this might be! By LeaAnne Klentzman  Going up in smoke… What a year this might be! In some circles 2014 is starting off with quite a bit of promise with Colorado taking a trial run at the legalizing pot. Irrespective of your views on marijuana the legalization of […]

Fort Bend Foodie 01/08/14

Pitchfork Steakhouse 12914 Murphy Road Stafford, TX 77477 Cuisine: American Homestyle This is a brand new restaurant and the only steak house in Stafford. Housed in what was formerly a butcher shop and meat market, it prides itself on authentic in house dry-aged Texas steaks. The atmosphere is unassuming and very casual, with a country […]

The Fort Bend Foodie 01/01/14

Ruchi’s Taquaria El Rincon De Mexico 6945 Industrial Pkwy, Rosenberg Cuisine: Mexican This is a family owned and operated restaurant near a shopping hub. It was mildly busy but plenty of tables were available. A variety of options were offered on the menu including some that were not typically found on run-of-the-mill Mexican restaurants. The […]

The Fort Bend Foodie 12/18/13

I made these cookies for our Star Christmas party and so many people wanted the recipe I decided to share it in the paper. They are so delicious it is hard to eat just one. I have been making these at Christmas time for many years. They are quick and easy and so yummy! Mound […]

The Afterburner 12/18/13

By LeaAnne Klentzman   Lost in translation: Lawd Help, if I’d done it on purpose it would have been far more clever! In an effort to keep everyone updated last week I listed all the local candidates for the March Primary. While typing that list I made a mistake; my bad! I don’t know who […]

Fort Bend Precinct 2’s holiday merriment going on 18 years

Long-time, Fort Bend County Precinct 2 Commissioner Grady Prestage knows how to share the holiday merriment with the community…why he’s been doing it for 18 years and close to almost as long as he’s been in office.  Last week on December 6th, the annual Cajun-Creole Holiday Party on Fifth Street at the Community Center in […]

The Afterburner 12/11/13

By LeaAnne Klentzman  Hope and Change! Well, not so much… Oh, it was with great anticipation that we all watched as the deadline to file for a spot on the local 2014 election ballot crawled to an end. And crawl it did, closed with barely a whimper, making even the possibility of some change… very […]

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