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  • No Limits Dance Camp gets kids movin’ and groovin’ all summer

    No Limits Dance Camp participants talk about how the program is getting kids moving for the summer through high energy, dance-related activities.  Plus, the kids along with the Morning Dose crew show off a few dance moves!

  • TWRC Wildlife Center sheds light on bird-napping

    It’s Wildlife Wednesday! Guess who flew into Morning Dose’s studio? TWRC Wildlife Center! Executive Director, Anja Machado and Animal Care Manager, Heather Cragun  shared how people should not “bird-nap.” According to TWRC Wildlife Center, as the 3-week-old robin fledglings were learning how to fly, they were picked up by a good Samaritan and taken to TWRC’s facility — separating them for their mother. American Robins are among the most familiar birds in North America, particularly in the eastern part where […]

  • Candytopia: Everything you need to know about Houston’s sweetest pop-up gallery

    Houston, are you ready for a sugar rush? Candytopia, a traveling candy-coated theme park for both sweets and photo shoot lovers, has come to the Marq’E Entertainment Center! Morning Dose’s Maggie Flecknoe immerses herself in the interactive art installation, which features more than a dozen rooms including a pit of 300,000 marshmallows! During the exhibit, you’ll find elaborate candy art installations and a total of 14 Instagrammable photo sets. Bonus: Visitors can also enjoy nine samples of candy items throughout […]

  • Peli Peli takes our tastes buds on culinary journey to South Africa

    Take your taste buds on a trip to South Africa at Peli Peli!  This South African fusion — Dutch, Portuguese and Asian  — features authentic delicacies and is the only South African fusion restaurant right here in Texas. Peli Peli — or Peri Peri which means Bird’s-Eye Chili, is a spice that was discovered by the Portuguese in the 15th Century on the plains of Southern Africa. The restaurant’s Chief Marketing Officer, Thomas Nguyen along with Executive Chef Paul Friedman […]

  • Camp for All’s Camp Janus breaks barriers for burn survivors

    Experiencing a traumatic event is truly devastating, especially as a child. Camp Janus at Camp For All is allowing kids to be kids —beyond barriers. Camp For All’s Director Kurt Podeszwa and camper Jesus Hernandez explained the impact of Camp Janus on burn survivors’ lives and well-being. Camp Janus is a unique recreational, therapeutic and educational opportunity for children and young adults — ages 5-18 — who have recovered or are recovering from burns. Camp Janus’ purpose is to offer […]

  • Founder of Latin Restaurant Weeks gives the dish behind annual initiative

    Latin Restaurant Weeks is a two-week initiative — June 2 – 16 —that drives awareness to Latin-owned restaurants, chefs, caterers and businesses. During LRW, diversity, inclusiveness, and culture of the Latin community is highlighted and celebrated. A portion of the proceeds from the initiative will benefit the Hispanic Health Coalition. Founder of LRW, Karinn Chavarria and Marie Elgamal shared how it is very important to support and shed light on the Latin community and what activities people could expect during […]

  • Texas City woman breastfeeding her child at public pool asked to leave by staff

    People across the country are showing support for a breastfeeding mom after she was asked to leave a public pool in Texas City over the weekend. The Texas City Police Department has released body cam footage of the incident while they review what happened. Morning Dose spoke with the mother following the incident.

  • Sharpstown High School students present ‘Confidence’ and a beautiful still life work

    Each week, we feature the artwork from students across the Houston area on our wall of student artwork, The Art Spot. This week, we’re showing you pieces from students at Sharpstown High School in Houston ISD.

  • Young violist preps for 30th annual Texas Music Festival before his original work played by Houston Symphony

    Recent University of Houston graduate, violist and composer Kyle Rivera is one of six students from UH’s Moores School of Music and Rice University’s Shepherd School selected to compose an original work for the Houston Symphony. World Refugee Day is on June 20. The Houston Symphony is preparing to celebrate Houston’s  refugee communities in its upcoming performance on June 11 at White Oak Music Hall. The 23-year-old’s composition was inspired by Shinga, a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo.  […]

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