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Kiddie Litter

It seems like something anyone could do—pick up trash. But how many of us actually put the gloves to work?…

What’s Next for Café Momentum and Chad Houser

Café Momentum founder Chad Houser breaks down barriers by hiring youth ages 15–19 after their release from juvenile detention. We caught up with Houser to talk about the program’s success and a new project in the works as he continues to change lives, one meal at a time.

Doctor, Doctor

Dr. Milam Pharo, 86, attended medical school at Tulane in the late ’40s and tended to 100 deaf-mutes at an…

Matt Chandler

Matt Chandler calls himself a “full-throttle guy,” and you see it in his electrifying preaching – just check out a…

Pop Rocks

We asked three local musician dads how being a rock star at home relates to, well, being an actual rock star.

10 Minutes with Jeff Corwin

We talk to conservation and wildlife expert Jeff Corwin about getting involved in conservation efforts, how being a dad has affected his career and why caterpillars are fuzzy.

Helping Houston

A frequently updated list of ways you can give your time, money and goods to help Hurricane Harvey victims and evacuees.

The Invisible Ones

Despite a thriving local economy, the number of homeless families and children in North Texas continues to rise. And they’re not all panhandling—they’re at work, at school and on the playground, going unnoticed and, sometimes, unhelped.

Paper Pushers

Katherine and Isabelle Adams are two Dallas sisters with heart. Upon discovering six years ago that millions of people around the world do not have access to clean drinking water, they created Paper For Water, selling their gorgeous, one-of-a-kind origami pieces and using the proceeds to install clean water systems both here in the U.S. and abroad. We sat down with Katherine, 11, and Isabelle, 14, to learn more about Paper For Water and what’s next for the nonprofit in 2018.