Behind the burly, scruffy, and well-manicured beards are some of Katy's finest husbands and most doting daddies. In honor of No-Shave November, Katy Magazine sought out a few of these hardworking, fun-loving, bearded dads and dudes to feature in this story to tell us what they love about having a beard. As it turns out, their wives love thei...
What started as a small-town idea has turned into a global movement as Katy's Jennifer Etter and Susan Mobley launched their Find Her Seat podcast to help empower women and celebrate women who are making a difference.
Meet Katelyn Royster, a talented local girl who followed a dream. When she was 17, she traded in her Katy High School Bengal Brigade uniform to model designer clothes on a runway during New York City’s Fashion Week.
How do two sisters from western Pennsylvania end up in Katy, Texas and become principals for one of the top school districts in the state? Meet principals Kerri Finnesand, Seven Lakes High School, and Amanda Weaver, Rhoades Elementary.
In August of 2007, Katy's Jan Sidle became a statistic - the 1 in 8 woman who develops breast cancer in her lifetime. Months after her diagnosis, Jan felt compelled to help other women in her situation. She founded Smocks for Life to bring a smile to women experiencing breast cancer.
Meet Katy’s Nicole Heaston Lane – wife, mother of two teenagers, volunteer, and critically acclaimed opera singer. Nicole travels the globe performing in prestigious venues, while reminding her family that home is where the heart is.
Whether it's to make extra income, or to let the creative juices flow, moms all over Katy are making crafts to sell. Almost every weekend, you can find a craft show in or around Katy, thanks to an abundance of selling potential.
After coaching and mentoring probably thousands of Katy young men during his time at Cinco Ranch High School, Don Clayton shares fond memories of his time as head football coach, and what the next chapter holds.