Monthly Archives: March 2010
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Letter March 21 2010
Houstonians showed the world their big hearts and willingness to step up with compassion and competence when the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans were changed by the storms of wind and water. It showed us that when we … Continue reading
For artist Katie Holten, trees were thus the natural starting point for an oral history of a city street in the Bronx. To mark the 100th anniversary of the Grand Concourse, a four-mile-long boulevard that connects Manhattan to the parks of the … Continue reading
I like to call this Starburst Architecture. Lemon, strawberry, lime or orange? Mmmm.
Our friend, Chula Sanchez is running for a city council seat in Galveston. She is a gift to Galveston! http://www.chula4galveston.com/Home.htm
about 15 feet tall, evergreen and fragrant white flowers. It looks great!
2nd Annual Earth Day Houston Festival, 5K & Green Expo. Earth Day Houston once again will take place at Discovery Green on Saturday, April 3, from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. The festivities kick off with the Earth Day Houston … Continue reading
Keiji was honored to receive President Obama’s Call to Service Award this afternoon. Presented by Keep America Beautiful President, Matthew McKenna. The award was given at Sam Houston Park during the Keep America Beautiful 2010 Great American Cleanup Campaign kick-off.
from Gk. philanthropia “humanity, benevolence,” from philanthropos (adj.) “loving mankind,” from phil- “loving” + anthropos “mankind” We care and when we give our time and talent to improve lives of others in neighborhoods and communities, we are philanthropists. It is not all about money. It is about caring. … Continue reading