The City of Houston Mayor’s Office of Cultural Affairs (MOCA) has awarded $95,000 in grants to 12 individuals and five nonprofit organizations whose work promotes cultural tourism and resilience in the city.
New from the Kingwood Connection
Published online February 2 in the journal Cell, the new study found that infection with the pandemic virus, SARS-CoV-2, indirectly dials down the action of olfactory receptors (OR), proteins on the surfaces of nerve cells in the nose that detect the molecules associated with odors.
The Houston Health Department is launching a new program to encourage more Houstonians to get vaccinated against COVID-19. The 6-week initiative will award 12 people $1,000 gift cards and provide $50 gift cards to hundreds of additional people.
The Lone Star College-Kingwood Theatre returns this spring with an adaptation of a Shakespeare classic.
Within only three weeks after the omicron variant was first identified among Houston Methodist patients, this variant rapidly took over and became the cause of a majority of new cases. By contrast, the delta variant took about three months to reach that same milestone after initial detection.
The traditional 16-week spring semester at Lone Star College began on Jan. 18, but there is still time to enroll in a course or two at LSC-Kingwood or its satellite centers.
Earlier this week, Harris County Commissioners Court held a special meeting to discuss a budget plan for Short Fiscal Year 2022 (SFY 2022), which runs from March 2022 through September 2022. The County Administrator put forth a preliminary draft
based off the requests made by department heads, but it only partially funded the requests made by law enforcement.
Disney Dreamers Academy, an educational mentorship program created and hosted by Walt Disney World Resort, plans to return with a reimagined approach, March 3-6, marking its 15th year of broadening career awareness and creating exclusive opportunities for Black students and teens from underrepresented communities across America. Among those attending is Humble student, Andre Scott.
The City of Houston has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the National League of Cities (NLC), as part of a new initiative to make true economic opportunity a reality for youth and young adults who are marginalized from quality education and career opportunities.
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