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The Big O

Take Me Tangerine $55

Add some excitement and Organization to your life with the Big O Key Ring. The Big O signature clasp allows for quick removal at the valet and won’t break your nails. Each leather bangle is made of top quality genuine leather which is water repellant and scratch resistant. It comes in several great colors to match your purse or mood. This great new product is only available at A Bientot.

2501 River Oaks Blvd



Every Last Drop

Tired of leaving beauty products at the bottom of the bottle? Try the Beauty Spatula by Every Drop. You’ll save up to 25% on every beauty bottle and jar by retrieving the trapped product inside. Reusable and washable, Every Drop works on any shape size bottle or container, and its’ silicon tip does not absorb like cotton swabs so use it as an applicator. Available online or at The Container Store.


Festive 4th Ideas

Stay cool and celebrate our Nation’s birthday at these two eateries:

Sparrow Bar + Cookshop
3701 Travis St.

On July 4th, Sparrow Bar + Cookshop will be offering their specialty cocktails for $5 all day (normally $10 each). Enjoy popular concoctions like the #5 cocktail, with Tito’s vodka, cachasa, chipotle sour and rosemary syrup – perfect for quenching your thirst in the summer heat. Available 11am to 10pm.

STRAITS Asian Bistro

800 Sorella Court, Suite 940

Oyster-up at STRAITS Asian Bistro in CITYCENTRE July 4th weekend as they introduce a specialty oyster menu available through July 5th. Enjoy $1 Shucked Oysters, with galangal cocktail, kaffir lime aioli and basil mignonette. Then dive into the $8 Singaporean-inspired specials created by Chef John Sikhattana, including: the Singapore Chili Roasted Oysters; Blue Crab and Baby Oyster Crepes, with pickled chilies and citrus chili sauce; Black Pepper Caramel Grilled Oysters and Corn; Tempura Oyster and Soy Braised Pork Belly Bao, with caramelized onion hoisin; Miso Butter Braised Oysters, with polenta and seaweed gremolata; and Southeast Asian Oyster Shooters, with cucumber tomato water. Available Wednesday July 3 – Friday, July 5, 4pm – 11pm.


Houston Philanthrophy


No Kill Animal Shelter and Rescue Celebrates 11 Years
of Saving Animals, 1 Year Under Own Roof

Don Sanders, Senator John Whitmire

Friends For Life supporters gathered at the Don Sanders Adoption Center to celebrate the one year mark of the shelter being the only No Kill, green facility in Houston. The soiree, titled “11 Years of Saving Animals, 1 Year Under Our Own Roof,” celebrated pets, people and planet. A year since moving from 19th street, the organization accrued notable stats including the distribution of over 1 ton of dry dog food to pet owners in need, 15,090 logged volunteer hours and a 43% increase in adoptions. Executive Director Salise Shuttlesworth shared these stats and more before passing the microphone to special guest Senator John Whitmire. Responsible for the buildings moniker and construction, Don Sanders gave a speech citing some of the year’s accomplishments followed by a VIP tour of the cageless cat living spaces. With Saint Arnold’s brew and Whole Food appetizers in hand, guests partied the night away amongst the shelter’s live-in adoptables. Guitarist Dy’Lan Williams played a mash up of tunes from 70s classics to Outkast’s.


Check our calendar to plan
your social and shopping schedule!

July 1 -29

July 1 through September 30, 2013
In honor of National Ice Cream Month Smashburger announces their newest shake inspired by the true American classic, the Peanut Butter and Jelly

July 1 – August 31
Crave Cupcakes at both locations $30 for a box of six. Available for advance orders only (24 hours advance notice). Cupcake flavors can also be customized to include any mix of daily flavors.

For HHH readers-Important Information:

The bank, BB&T of North Carolina are crooks. They do not pay the benefits due to the widows of employees who have died. Do not give them your business. They have recently opened 30 branches in the Houston area. They should be ashamed of themselves.