Posted on · Houston Matters considers how to have sensitive conversations with our aging loved ones.
Posted on · Ways to approach (or avoid) difficult subjects at the holiday dinner table.
Posted on · Adopting a child can be very rewarding but it can also be a very long and complicated process for many potential parents. Here’s what you should know before you decide if it’s right for you.
Posted on · Houston Writer Dawn Adams Cole discusses her debut novel, Drops of Cerulean.
Posted on · In his new book, The Best Cook in the World: Tales from My Momma’s Table, Bragg constructs a narrative around his mother, Margaret, and her passion for cooking.
Posted on · While the symptoms of early onset Alzheimer’s are the same as other instances of the disease, the way it affects the lives of patients and their loved ones is not.
Posted on · After 25 years, the Bufkin family are bringing to an end a community tradition
Posted on · Marriage counselor Brandi Tarver talks about the challenges new parents face when they have their first baby.
Posted on · Turkey dinner with a side dish of death isn't everyone's idea of a festive meal. But end-of-life planning advocates say the holidays are an ideal time to have these conversations with family members
Posted on · According to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll, 58 percent of Americans celebrating the holiday dread having to talk politics around the dinner table this holiday, an uptick from one year ago
Posted on · Join in on the Father's Day fun on this week's episode of Music in the Making.
Posted on · Each year, 1 in 10 babies born in the U.S. spends time in the NICU, the neonatal intensive care unit. Years later, many of these children have...
Posted on · We're all dreading it — a conversation about politics over the holidays with that one family member who sees things differently and loves to get into it. So what do you do? Do you avoid talking about politics altogether over the holidays? How do you stay sane during the holidays if (and when) a political […]
Posted on · Every once in a while, after a period of serious, heavy – okay, let's face it – even occasionally depressing news, we like to take some time out to give you the opportunity to focus on the good news in your life. It could be about your personal life, about your friends or family, about […]
Posted on · The name Freddie Steinmark might be a familiar one to fans of University of Texas Longhorn football: he helped the team win a national championship against Arkansas in 1969. But soon, he might be familiar to movie fans too. My All American, a film about the athlete, hits theaters Nov. 13. And now UT Press […]