The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo recognized young artists from across Texas during the School Art Program Awards Ceremony last earlier this week, including a local high school student. Clements High School sophomore Amaris Shi was recognized as winner of the 2020 Reserve Grand Champion Work of Art for the colored drawing piece entitled "Roped In." It's not the first time … [Read more...] about Clements student wins top rodeo art award honor
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo officials presented 420 deserving Texas students with $8.4 million in scholarships during the annual Scholarship Banquet held at NRG Center. Twenty-three of those students are from Fort Bend ISD. “As a result of the tremendous support received from our volunteers, staff, donors, auction buyers, sponsors and attendees, the Houston Livestock … [Read more...] about FBISD students receive Rodeo Houston scholarships
Taylor Broussard or Estherwood, La., makes an early exit from his eight-second ride during the bareback competition in the Super Series Round 2, held March 7 at NRG Stadium. The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo continues through Sunday, March 17. (Photo by Joe Southern) … [Read more...] about Bucked off
Food blogger Noor Nemry, @nomswithnoor, videos a dessert taco for her Instagram account during the judging of the Gold Buckle Foodie Awards. (Photo by Joe Southern) Even though this was my fourth year as a Gold Buckle Foodie Award judge, I was not prepared for what hit me Thursday at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. After years of successfully dodging the bug pizza … [Read more...] about Gastronomic greatness awaits foodie fanatics at RodeoHouston
It just wouldn’t be the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo without famed bullfighter Leon Coffee. The popular rodeo clown has been entertaining fans and protecting cowboys for years at RodeoHouston. The rodeo continues through Sunday, March 18. (Photo by Joe Southern) … [Read more...] about Coffee time!