All posts by Jocelyn Sexton


Start a New Holiday Tradition with The Nutcracker

What’s old is new again, and it wouldn’t feel like the holidays without The Nutcracker. The Houston Ballet has debuted a fresh production of The Nutcracker that is a “must see” for the holiday season. The celebrated Christmas tradition takes a new spin with an elaborate production by artistic director Stanton Welch. The Houston Chronicle


Visit the Best Places for Christmas Lights in Houston (Part One)

In a city full of Christmas lights, the drivers at Colony Limo know the best spots in and around Houston for viewing the best and most beautiful seasonal displays. Let us help you plan your holiday light-seeing excursion. Here is part one of our recommendations for the best neighborhood Christmas lights. Read the second part

Eat Better When You Eat Together Month

Eat Better When You Eat Together Month

October is “Eat Better, Eat Together” Month. It’s a time to eat healthier, share stories, laugh around the dinner table and take time to catch up with everyone in your family. Homework, extra curricular activities and earlier bed times can sometimes make it difficult to fit in a family dinner during the week, especially when

Farm to School Programs Contribute to Vibrant Communities

Farm to School Programs Contribute to Vibrant Communities

If you enjoy visiting farmers’ markets or eating out at local restaurants, you’ve probably heard the term “farm to table.” Now, schools across the country are making the connection to local farms and ranches. To demonstrate the growing importance of “farm to school” programs, October has been designated as National Farm to School Month. Across

Celebrate Coming Out Day in Style

Celebrate Coming Out Day in Style

Wednesday, October 11, is National Coming Out Day, and celebrations begin this weekend to applaud anyone who has come out as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) or as a straight ally of individuals in this community. Every American deserves equality. Therefore, every person who speaks up in an effort to change more hearts and


Taking a Flight Soon? Try These Airline Apps

Smartphones keep us entertained, informed and organized. They have changed the way many people live over the last decade, and they have also changed the way we travel. Many apps are designed to make booking and taking a flight easier than ever. Some are built to find the best priced flights. Other apps keep track


Plan a Day Out with Your Grandparents

National Grandparents Day Very few people in life are as special as your grandparents. National Grandparents Day always takes place on the first Sunday after Labor Day, and this year it is celebrated on Sept. 10. The purpose of the holiday is to honor grandparents, giving grandparents an opportunity to show love for their children’s


How High Can You Go? In Houston, It’s 75 Stories

Skyscraper Day Skyscraper Day occurs every year on Sept. 3 in order to acknowledge the architectural and engineering endeavors that make such stunning structures possible. Buildings that have at least 40 floors are commonly referred to as skyscrapers, and by that definition, Houston has 25 skyscrapers. Space City Reaches New Heights Seven of the 10