Latina Artist Grace Sorensen Honors Late Father With Hometown Show At The Parish

This past Sunday, May 19, R&B artist Grace Sorensen graced her hometown of Austin, TX for a concert dedicated to her late father, Roger Sorensen, and it was beautiful. The show was held at The Parish and featured phenomenal openers Euphonia and Smooth Nature. Two powerhouse acts, whose showmanship and delicate instrumentation left me slack-jawed….

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“SPACE FOR ALL STEM FESTIVAL” Featuring Former NASA Astronaut Jose M. Hernandez

On Saturday, May 4th, a free STEM event was hosted by the city of Kent (Washington State) in partnership with the Kent Community Foundation and the Kent School District. The event titled “SPACE FOR ALL, STEM FESTIVAL” was a family-friendly event that provided interactive activities, informative brochures, and fun swag for all attendees. The event…

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UHD Observes Earth Month & 50th Anniversary with Panel for Houston’s Sustainability

The University of Houston-Downtown observed Earth Month and their 50th Anniversary on Tuesday, April 23 at the College of Sciences and Technology with their “From Information to Action: Sustainability Across Houston” event featuring four panelists and two art exhibitions that were focused on sustainability across Houston. All registered guests were provided with lunch, refreshments, and…

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Author & Attorney Humberto Garcia Discusses New Film: “The Long Game” Out Now in Theaters

Premiering in theaters across the country is brand new film, The Long Game, released April 12th and directed by Julio Quintana starring Jay Hernandez, Cheech Marin, and Dennis Quaid. The film is based on the book, Mustang Miracle, by author and attorney Humberto Garcia. The story is inspired by true life events regarding the San…

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