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The Fort Bend Foodie 04/23/14

Red Oak Grill 203 Century Square, Suite 150 Sugar Land Cuisine: American Mediterranean You’d never know this place was Mediterranean based on its name. American platters, salads, burgers and sandwiches were offered as well. You order at the front, find a seat and your food is brought to the table. It’s a clean place with […]

Lone Star Stomp’s silver anniversary at the ranch


Consistent with the color psychology of silver, the celebration of a 25th anniversary, this year’s Lone Star Stomp XXV at the George Ranch Historical Park on Sat., Apr. 12, witnessed graceful and sophisticated cultural experiences. They were of the Fort Bend, Texan community. Full of excitement with live music by the Josh Fuller Band, Jeff […]

The Afterburner 04/16/14

By LeaAnne Klentzman   Get A Rope! – As if paying to park on a roadway (Westpark Toll Road!) does not stand your hair on end enough, just wait. This is what happens when you leave even a quasi-government operation unattended. Here’s the deal… Seems your toll Road Authority, their Guru or their Guru’s crony on […]

The Fort Bend Foodie 04/16/14

Keeping it local Kudos goes to the Fort Bend County Museum docents for keeping it local with every aspect of planning including the catering at the Lone Star Stomp last Saturday. Our own Braman Winery provided the wine for the evening and the Fort Bend Brewery provided the beer. Catering the food for the event […]

The Fort Bend Foodie 04/09/14

The Mighty Mud Bugs It’s springtime and you know what that means, crawfish season is here! Although it’s not a good year for crawfish due to weather conditions, we love them all the same. For a reward no bigger than a thumb, we peel our way through the red crustaceans one by one until our […]

Skeeters’ 2014 baseball start anticipated Fort Bend Chamber business fans celebrate

At the Insperity Club upstairs at Constellation Stadium, the highly anticipated upcoming baseball season took center stage with a celebration April 3, compliments of Patout & Shaw, PLLC and the Sugar Land Skeeters.  Organizers of the network nites event, the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce earlier held a candidates forum at City Centre at Quail […]

The Fort Bend Foodie 04/02/14

Restaurant Etiquette: The Importance of the Napkin The napkin not only serves to protect your lap against falling food, it is also a key indicator to the people around you as to what to do next. In a restaurant the napkin could be thought of as a flag similar to the one used in sporting events….when […]

The Afterburner 04/02/14

By LeaAnne Klentzman   When a picture says a thousand words…. The folks of Fort Bend County worked so very hard to clean up the elected law enforcement of Fort Bend County in 2012. So it is with great disappointment when we learn….It’s the Same Circus, Different Clowns! Sadly, the Ringmaster has changed but the arrogant […]

I’m Sick and Tired… 04/02/14

…of the Comcast cable company rip-off. First, I refused to pay $50 per month for an Internet connection. After four or five years of getting ripped off by Time Warner Cable I called the local phone company (Windstream) and asked for DSL prices and speeds. I switched! I got DSL, always on, high-speed Internet service […]

The Afterburner 03/26/14

By LeaAnne Klentzman  Fort Bend County politics is blood-sport – Well, maybe not anymore, but it sure was once upon a time. History tells us that politics led to shootouts on the courthouse steps when the first bunch of carpetbaggers showed up here in Fort Bend County. Now days it’s just sign wars! Yep, no […]

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