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Happy June, Wavers!

With Summer officially arriving on June 21st, our wonderful island is going to be loaded with so many fun things to see and do. We are truly fortunate to live and work in an area with so much entertainment and natural beauty.

We once again want to thank our incredible readers and loyal advertisers for all of your support each month. My staff and our monthly contributors really enjoy and love what we do and I believe that it shows in our final product each month.

Please remember to visit our award-winning website If you are ever looking for a past issue or article, everything we do is archived there.

You asked for it and you are going to get it! We are going to conduct another fantastic Waves Social Party in July. As those who regularly attend will tell you, these are not to be missed.

The multi-talented band Stranded will be performing live. Pitmaster Dave Martinez will be cooking up some tasty BBQ for us all to enjoy. These parties are legendary. Stay tuned for the official date and time. Coming soon!

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PET Corner

A Dog’s Summertime Wish List

Summer is the toughest season of the year for our canine family members. If our dogs could tell us a few things to keep them happy and safe, these would be a few of them.

love my alks but lease remember

can t take the heat

Dogs can not sweat like people and with their fur coats it is very difficult to keep from overheating at noon on a humid summer day. It’s best to stay in as much as possible between nine in the morning and seven in the evening.

an, that avement is hot

I cringe when I see pet owners walking a dog on the pavement in the mid-day sun. Place your hand on the pavement for ten seconds. If that is uncomfortable, it is too hot for Fido’s feet.

on t make me live outside

Living completely outdoors is a tough life for any dog. Modern canines are not designed to handle the stress placed on them from living in our summer climate. Long-term exposure to heat, humidity, and outdoor insects will shorten their lives by a few

years and reduce their happiness. At the very least a pet dog should be allowed to stay in an air-conditioned space at least eight hours of the day in summer. Should people even own a dog that lives his whole life outdoors?

he beach is a reat lace to visit i you hel me stay sa e

Dogs love to investigate the dunes, but rattlesnakes are lurking. It is the pet owner’s duty at the beach to avoid trouble. This includes not allowing the pooch to eat rotten fish, drink salt water, and mess with other people and pets. Safety through supervision. It also is very tough on a dog to spend the whole day on the hot sand and to be exposed to the sun. Having him stay at home on the couch in mid-

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summer is a better option than risking a heat stroke. Our veterinary hospital sees more than a few dogs each year that get sick or injured during a trip to the shore.

kno you think my lon coat is beauti ul but short sure is com ortable

There is still a common belief that a dog’s long coat is insulation against the heat. I don’t see many folks in Galveston in the summer who wear coats to keep cool. So many pet owners tell me how much better their long-haired dogs feel after getting shaved in the summer. They are also easier to bathe and leave much less hair on the furniture when they have a crew cut.

on t or et my heart orm and lea medication

Although parasite preventatives should be used yearround in Texas, summer is an especially vulnerable time for flea, tick, and mosquito exposure. These pesky bugs not only make our pets uncomfortable but transmit diseases including Lyme disease, tapeworms, and heartworms.

lease ive me a bath every eek in the summer may act like it is torture, but eel reat a ter ards

Weekly summer baths decrease body odor and help prevent summertime skin infections.

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S end time ith me and let me kno you re my best riend
That’s not just for summer but every day, all year long.
Richard enderson, Galveston Veterinary Clinic 2108 61st Street Galveston, TX 77551
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Hello to everyone and Happy Summer! Bunny has a recipe that is fitting for the season. I have so many summer recipes that it was hard to decide which one to write about. Well, I didn’t have to decide. I grabbed some recipes and this one dropped to the floor. I picked it up and said “Perfect choice”. (True story!!) It’s so easy and an ideal casual dish for outdoor entertaining this summer. Here it is:

Kelly’s Beach Shrimp


• 3 pounds unpeeled shrimp use your ise ud ment on ho much or the cro d you ill have

• 2 garlic cloves minced

• ¼ cup fresh parsley chopped

• 1 ½ tablespoons freshly ground pepper

• 2 lemons to squeeze and one to slice

• ½ cup butter, cut up

Kelly’s Beach Shrimp


• 3 pounds unpeeled shrimp (use your wise judgment on how much for the crowd you will have)

• 2 garlic cloves minced

• ¼ cup fresh parsley chopped

• 1 ½ tablespoons freshly ground pepper

• 2 lemons to squeeze and one to slice

• ½ cup butter, cut up


Place the first four ingredients in a 13 x 9 inch baking dish, tossing to coat. Squeeze juice from 2 lemons over the shrimp mixture and stir. Then cover with lemon rings. Sprinkle with parsley. Dot with the cut-up butter. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes, stirring after 15 minutes. Serve in a pan with French bread to sop the sauce. (As I said, this is a very casual affair.)

Toss a salad for a side and you have an EASY winner.


Place the first four ingredients in a 13 x 9 inch baking dish, tossing to coat. Squeeze juice from 2 lemons over the shrimp mixture and stir. Then cover with lemon rings. Sprinkle with parsley. Dot with the cut-up butter. Bake at 375 degrees for 25 minutes, stirring after 15 minutes. Serve in a pan with French bread to sop the sauce.

Please enjoy! I have had no complaints about this one and cleanup is a snap (especially if everyone else does it for you since you cooked!!)

Happy beginning of Summer, and Happy Trails!

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What Does Being Fit and Healthy Mean to You?

Merriam-Webster dictionary defines fitness as: “the quality or state of being fit.” Well, that seems pretty broad.

In general, being fit means different things to different people. Many equate being fit to spending hours in the fitness studio/gym, only eating salads, or being capable of running a marathon. This may work for some but is not realistic for most. Living your best healthy lifestyle is about making easy-to-manage healthful choices in your long-term daily life.

Today, with many reports about increasing obesity rates, diseases, and conditions related to being overweight and out-of-shape, it is impossible to ignore the importance of fitness and living a healthy lifestyle.

While focusing on exercise and diet can help people suffering from obesity-related diseases, you shouldn’t wait until you develop an illness to identify what being fit and healthy means to you and begin a health and fitness routine. The only way to achieve a healthy and fit lifestyle is to make the necessary changes to your everyday life. These changes don’t have to be drastic, to begin with, and should be things you enjoy and look forward to doing. The most important thing is to make an effort to improve all areas of your personal fitness and well-being, even if changes are gradual. Small improvements are wonderful, and some folks may be pleasantly surprised at how good it feels to incorporate healthy habits into each day and reach a higher fitness level in the process.

What does being fit and healthy mean to you? What are the things that make you feel happy and healthy on a day-to-day basis? You see, if you don’t know, how will you achieve it? Your definition of “being fit” is personal and individual.

ere are some uestions and recommendations to hel you de ine your it

Are you re ularly movin your body in a ay that you love Start slowly and aim for a small amount of movement each day, like two short walks. Then try new ways of moving, like a step class, pickleball, or bike riding, and build from there.

Are you le ible, mobile, liable, and ree o oint ain Answering “yes” to this question is the answer to feeling good throughout the day and avoiding pain and injury as we age. Add in a little light stretching, foam rolling, and even massage to your daily routine to help loosen your muscles and joints.

Are you able to li t and move thin s in your daily li e This is where resistance training can help. Modern-day humans sit in front of their computer, phone, or tv much more than they are out lifting heavy things to survive. Find a professional trainer to help you construct a beginner-level routine and build up from there.

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Are you eatin mostly holesome, nourishin oods Aim to eat as many whole foods as possible, especially a wide variety of nutrients from colorful vegetables and fruits, as well as more plant-based proteins and whole grains. And add a couple of cups of green tea each day.

Are you ivin your soul a break ith mind ulness

Give meditation a try. Ten minutes daily of slowing down and focusing on your breath can do wonders to lower stress.

o you take time or yoursel and ractice sel care, such as baths, massa es, slo alks, readin , or some kind o uiet time This can go hand-in-hand with the above mindfulness work. You can’t be there for others if you don’t take care of yourself first.

o you eel ener etic, stron , and ha y If you can get through the day and feel these things at the end, you have hit on the trifecta of great living.

Take a few minutes to define your “fit.” Then get busy working towards living your best healthy life.

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The Vampire Facial® (PRP Facial)

You may remember a picture of Kim Kardashian’s face that went viral a few years ago. Her face was covered in blood! Very dramatic! That was taken after she had a Vampire Facial®. But what is a Vampire Facial® Is it as gruesome as it looks and does it have any true value?

healing effects to the skin with its growth factors. PRP has been used in sports medicine for years because of its ability to speed up the healing process. It not only helps the skin produce new collagen, but also new blood vessels and new cells. The result is tighter skin with visibly improved texture and tone.


Although many people report seeing immediate improvement in the quality of their skin, a full month is usually needed for maximum PRPinducing collagen production. Your skin will look healthier with reduced lines, improved skin tone, less prominent scaring, and firmer texture. Depending on your results, you may opt for one treatment or choose a series of 3 at one-month intervals.

Nuts and Bolts

Microneedling is a skin rejuvenating procedure that involves puncturing little holes into the skin using a professional device that delivers tiny needles to a precise depth. This is done after a topical numbing cream is applied so that the procedure is painless. The microneedle injuries promote collagen production by the skin which can be further enhanced by the additional application of platelet-rich plasma. The PRP is obtained by spinning a vial of your blood in a centrifuge which separates the red and white cells leaving an amber-colored serum which is rich in platelets and growth factors. This serum is then placed on the microneedled skin where it is efficiently absorbed. It is important to note that the Microneedling procedure is quite effective in promoting collagen production even without the application of your serum as some people prefer NOT to have their blood drawn.

How It Works

Ideal Candidates

An ideal candidate is anyone looking to modify the appearance or texture of the surface of her skin. The only clear contraindication to the procedure is a patient with blood or bone disorders such as anemia, blood or bone cancers, those with clotting problems, or on blood thinners. Clients should avoid any medications that reduce the body’s ability to clot such as aspirin or non-steroidal antiinflammatory drugs for a few days before the procedure and a few days after.

What To Expect

Following a microneedling with PRP procedure, you can expect some side effects such as swelling, redness and bruising. You will be sent home with a post-care Collagen infused mask and instructions. You will be asked to take good care of your skin by using the product you have been given and by avoiding make-up, abrasive skin cleansers, pools, saunas, and direct sun exposure. After a week, you will be able to resume your personal skincare regime while eliminating any Retin-A containing products.


If you want smoother, healthier looking skin and are ready to take the next step (BUT DON’T WANT SURGERY!) micro-needling with or without PRP may be the right choice for you.

r ara egr n is a oard certified Neurologist and Electrophysiologist and a member in good standing with the IAPAM (International Association for Physicians in Aesthetic Medicine). Dr. Wegryn received her MD from the University of Florida and residency in Neurology at the Cleveland Clinic. In 1996, Dr. Wegryn founded Houston Neuromonitoring, a successful intraoperative monitoring company that served the surgical community at the TMC (Texas Medical Center) for over 17 years. Dr. Tara Wegryn is currently the director/ owner of Refresh Medispa in Galveston, Texas.

In addition to the collagen-stimulating effect produced by microneedling, PRP further stimulates collagen production and brings other

Have a great day, and I hope you continue to

If you have any questions about aesthetic medicine or Refresh Medispa, please send them to and she will try to answer them in future articles!

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Mosquito Traps

Shall we talk about mosquitos, again? If I have been asked once, I have been asked 10,000 times for advice on controlling mosquitos- and with good reason! These little beasts are a bane to our existence.

While it may be impossible to completely remove mosquitos from our lives, we can make a huge impact in reducing the numbers at our homes. In a mosquito’s lifetime, it will not fly more than a few blocks. Meaning, if we can interrupt the life cycle of the mosquitos around our property, the number of adult mosquitos drops considerably.


• Adult - only females bite people. They use the blood to make eggs. A female can lay 50-500 eggs in a brood (at one time). One female may lay 10 broods in her lifetime.

• Egg - eggs are laid just above the water line in containers or on vegetation in areas prone to flooding or standing water.

• Larva - larvae hatch from eggs in a few days or as long as several months depending on the environmental conditions.

• Pupa - larva are aquatic and develop into pupa in as little as 5 days. Pupa then develop into adult mosquitos and the cycle goes on and on.

Recently, I came across the use of mosquito traps for control. The idea is for a container of water to be set up intentionally for mosquitoes to lay their eggs. What the nasty little beasts don’t know is that under the surface of the water are fish. These little fish then eat the larva interrupting the life cycle.

Like any creature, mosquitos look for the easiest place to lay their eggs. So, if there is a handy container of water, they will use this container versus other areas.

These traps can be strictly functional, such as a plastic bin. Or, they can be attractive, man-made ponds that look beautiful. I have been using them this spring and summer with great success.

Stay tuned! Next month we’ll break down the “how to” of creating a mosquito trap.

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Fun Facts Historical Galveston

ations and or Sea

Greetings Wavers! Summer is here and people are headed to the beach. a il acations are scheduled and the island s hotels are filling u In last month’s article, I mentioned that the grand opening of The Pagoda, the 1st each athhouse coincided ith the er first hotel o ening on the beachfront. It was named the Beach Hotel. This got me curious about the other hotels on the island. Let’s take a look at a few of them.

he Lasker nn

1 1 1 th Street

What began as a beautiful home built by Mr. McLemore in 1870 progressed to become a home for Homeless Children after the Great 1900 Storm when Morris Lasker donated the home for that purpose. Children roamed the halls from 1900-1990. Fun Fact: The home then became home to Heritage Christian academy and later an elegant event venue. The Lasker was vacant for years after Hurricane Ike until new owners purchased the home and restored it back to its beauty and glory. Today it is shared with others as a Bed Breakfast and event venue.

la shi otel

2 1 Sea all Blvd

The Flagship Hotel (also known as the U.S.S. Flagship), was a unique landmark in the city for over 40 years. The Flagship opened in the 1960s. It closed its doors in 2008. The Flagship sustained irreparable damage by Hurricane Ike and was torn down to make way for The Pleasure Pier. Fun Fact: The Flagship Hotel was the first entirel o er the ater hotel in orth erica

rand alve

2 2 Sea all Blvd

Opening in 1911, the Hotel

Galvez was named for Bernardo de Galvez, the Spanish Revolutionar ar hero o called the Grand Galvez Resort Spa, the 110-year-old building has been restored to its original beauty and splendor. Fun Fact: In 1911 the rooms were rented for $2 a night.

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echanic Ro St

The Tremont House is a Galveston institution that dates back to 1839. The original Tremont House was built the same year that Galveston as officiall founded fter destruction from the 1865 fire in the trand istrict the second re ont ouse o ened in 1 attracting dignitaries and the elite fro around the orld fter the 19 hurricane, the second Tremont House was condemned and ultimately demolished in 1928. In 1981, George and Cynthia Mitchell acquired the building and transformed it into the third Tremont House. When the hotel o ened in 19 it as the first a or hotel to o en in do nto n al eston in sixty years. Fun Fact: The Tremont offers the only rooftop hotel bar in alveston, providing great views of downtown and the harbor.

San Luis

222 Sea all Blvd

First a little history. Fort Crocket started in 1897. It was constructed on 125 acres on Galveston Island. The first troo s ere stationed at the Fort in 1899. The Fort’s eight-foot-thick walls form the foundation upon which The San Luis Resort, Spa Conference Center is built. In the 1980s, The San Luis Resort was built on and behind the site of the former Battery Hoskins. The massive concrete gun emplacements remained dramatically visible from Seawall Boulevard, even though one gun emplacement now sports a swimming pool atop it, and the other gun emplacement is adorned with a wedding gazebo. Fun Fact: Fort Crockett was used to train coast artillery, anti-aircraft units, and air corps as well as serving as a prison camp in World War II.

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arbor ouse otel

2 ier 21

The Mitchells opened the Harbor House Hotel and the Pier 21 Complex in 1992. Harbor House sits on the site of an early Galveston Steamship Terminal. The 42-room hotel completed a $1.7 million renovation in February 2014 giving rooms a bold new look. Fun Fact: Each room features nautical-themed photography printed on aluminum by Kayla Mitchell. She captured images from Galveston Island to create one-of-a-kind pieces that are unique to the hotel.

Schae er aus

11 1 th Street

This beautiful old Victorian home, built in 1899, has seen its fair share of Galveston’s troubled past, withstanding countless deadly storms. In 1900, it housed more than 200 people during the Great Galveston Hurricane. Fun

Fact: This is the hotel/bed breakfast that Alfred Hitchcock once stayed in. Visitors say it is also haunted by several ghosts.

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1 11 ost O ce St ocated at 1 11 Post ffice Street, this house, now a Bed Breakfast, was built in 1890 by prominent sea merchant David Freeman. This historic six-bedroom home also survived the Great Storm of 1900. Fun Fact: A friendly, sometimes mischievous ghostly presence can often be felt at the 1890 Freeman House.

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his ho e as uilt near al eston s finest ictorian residential area he neighborhood was not developed until relatively late in the 19th century.

The land was listed as “low ground” and “poor” in the 1880 Tax Assessor’s Report. Paul and Bridget Shean, Irish immigrants, bought the property in 1872 when they left New Orleans. Fun Fact: Alfred Muller, the architect who designed the property, also won the competition to design the Galveston City Hall.

Carr ansion 11 rd St

Purchased in 1876 by Horace Sloan Jane Austin, the house was a gorgeous mid-nineteenth-century Greek Revival mansion rich with history and one of the last remaining landmarks of the island’s original building boom. In 1889, the mansion was sold to Herman Bertha Marwitz who purchased the property as a gift to their daughter and new son-in-law, Ida John Gross. In 2017, the estate was purchased by an investor and the work began to make Carr Mansion the modern, beautifully designed mansion you see today. Fun Fact: Carr Mansion was used as a church, boarding home, and private residence.

Whether it’s a famous hotel or a gorgeous bed and breakfast, Galveston has a place to stay for everyone! I hope you have enjoyed these Fun Facts!


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Italian food is one of the most well-known cuisines on the planet, and for good reason: It’s comforting, delicious, and satisfying. Whether you are craving pasta, pizza, or seafood, you will find it at Mario’s Seawall. As one of the oldest award winning Italian restaurants in Galveston, we know tradition and food. Join us from 11 am to 2 pm for our special lunch menu.

Enjoy our Texas-sized Gulf view from our dining room, bar or patio, 7-days a week. On Sundays, indulge in our exciting Sunday brunch from 11 am to 2 pm, featuring Italian omelettes, breakfast pizza, hot beignets, gluten-free and Keto options along with many of your favorites!

Little Daddy’s Gumbo Bar is Galveston’s place for traditional Gulf of Mexico comfort food, and New Orleans favorites. A team of po-boys served alongside sweet potato fries, and platters of the best fried shrimp on the Texas Gulf Coast are a lunch time favorite for locals, and tourists alike. Guests looking for a casual night on the town, complete with a pet-friendly patio, full bar, specialty cocktails can enjoy a unique steam kettle cooking experience, while they wait for their award winning gumbo. Other offerings, such as fried alligator, jambalaya, and succulent oyster dishes are sure to warm your soul.

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Awarded Best Mexican and Best Margaritas, Taquilo’s has been serving Galveston since 2016. Our chicken, shrimp, and, Certified Angus Beef® fajitas offer up some of Galveston’s best dining. The fun, upbeat atmosphere offers a relaxing Postoffice Street vibe on the covered, pet-friendly patio. Join us seven days a week for the same impeccable handmade food and customer service that has made us Galveston’s favorite place to unwind. Join us for happy hour 11 am to 7 pm, Monday through Friday!

The Gumbo Diner is classic American dining meets the vibrant flavors of New Orleans in this local favorite, which offers everything from beignets and chicken and waffles to classic Gulf shrimp. The Gumbo Diner also serves breakfast all day, every day.

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For almost 50 years it’s been our mission at Papa’s Pizza to provide Galveston Island with consistently fabulous Pizza, Pasta, Wings, Subs, & Salads. We o er a relaxed family-friendly atmosphere with a beautiful view of the gulf while providing our customers exceptional service.

At Papa’s Pizza, all of our food, from our pizzas to our salads and everything inbetween we serve is made with fresh, high-quality ingredients. at’s why we can say, “Always Fresh, Always Delicious.” It’s not just our mo o; it’s a family tradition! Join us for dine-in, pick up or enjoy the islands voted best delivery service!

When Momma’s away Papa’s Delivers!! So come on in and grab a slice!

Located across from the historic 1894 Grand Opera House, this stylish award winning restaurant is always packed, so reservations are recommended. Enjoy superb Certi ed Angus Beef steaks grilled to order, full-bodied gumbo prepared in our stainless steel ke les, salads and fresh seafood catches while enjoying the upscale casual vibe that is Saltwater Grill. Join us everyday starting at 4:00 pm.

Sky Bar, one of Galveston’s trendiest downtown dining spots, o ers an imaginative menu of specialty hand rolls, Asian soups and salads, and Certi ed Angus Beef. e experienced chefs are expert creators when it comes to fun new avor combinations. Galveston’s award winning sushi bar also holds the title of ‘Best Martini’ and ‘Best Happy Hour’. It’s a local favorite for late night fare. “Absolutely fantastic food and service. is will be a tradition every time we are in town.”

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Pennie’s Take Out Menu

Smoked Brisket

Quality brisket covered with our original rub, slow smoked and ready to be sliced when you order.

Pork Ribs

Pork ribs cooked with our original rub till almost done then basted with our honey sweetened sauce.

Grilled Chicken

Chicken spiced with our rub cooked over wood. Unlike any chicken you have ever eaten.

Link Sausage

Pork and Beef link sausage smoked over oak ready and waiting for you to order.


Chopped Beef | Sliced Beef | Sausage |Comes with a complimentary 4 oz side

Stuffed Baked Potato

Huge baked potato filled with butter, cheese, sour cream, chives and best of all chopped brisket!

Texas Sized Tamales

Everything is bigger in Texas. Three times larger than our

regular tamales with the same great taste.

Barbacoa (Sat. and Sun. Only)

Pennie Ochoa’s delicious recipe. Tender, moist shredded beef is the result.

Menudo (Seasonal)

Honey comb tripe in a spicy Mexican soup

Sides and Dessert

All sides are made fresh at Pennie’s

Potato Salad

Dill based cool refreshing chopped potatoes mixed with dressings.

Pinto Beans

My own recipe made fresh daily. Lots of love goes into the beans. Green Beans

Banana Pudding Trifle

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Huli Huli Hut Galveston Revisit Introduction to Nauti Beaver Hut Crystal Beach

When we first reviewed Huli Huli Hut almost three years ago, new owners Adam and Cortney Lee had recently purchased the foundering business and were working tirelessly on a turnaround. Suffering from a lack of attention from the previous owner, the restaurant was not operating near its potential. Determined to not make the same mistake of being an absentee owner, the Lee family relocated to Galveston to give the business the “hands-on” attention it required. The results were dramatic.

The first step was to empower their chef, Jorge Tzalam, and allow him to unleash the expertise he had built working at some of the largest and best restaurants in Galveston. O ner Adam says, e initely he is the backbone o our restaurant e is like amily! here is not a che on the island that cares as much or orks harder tha n eor e

The hard work paid off. Soon the restaurant was wildly successful and known for its expertise in seafood and renowned for their crawfish boils. Always popular on the Gulf Coast, crawfish are largely a seasonal treat limited to a few months during the spring where they are commercially grown in the fallow rice fields of Louisiana and Eastern Texas. By expanding their supply chain to include states as far away as Oregon, the Lee family has been able to greatly extend the crawfish season while improving the size and quality of this southern delicacy.

Soon the formerly cavernous dining room started to shrink as the crowds moved in to enjoy the fine food, crafted drinks, and live music. Fortunately, they were able to purchase the entire building and

expand into the space previously leased to a brewpub.

While crawfish boils are popular and bring in crowds, it is the fresh seafood that sets this restaurant apart from the others. Chef Jorge is a master at preparing the freshest seafood obtainable from our local waters. Shrimp are a specialty and whether served expertly fried in a light batter or simply boiled and served as “peel and eat” they are always plump, fresh, and delicious. Oysters are freshly harvested from private leases in Galveston Bay and are prepared in many ways or just served raw on the half shell as I like. Always fresh, sweet, and plump, it is clear they pay attention to their suppliers and demand the best.

Deep sea fishing is a big business as many visitors choose to vacation on the Gulf Coast specifically for that purpose. Staying in a hotel or vacation rental, they often lack a functional kitchen to prepare their catch. But who wants to cook on their vacation?

Huli Huli Hut is one of the few restaurants that will prepare your freshly caught fish to order and serve it up with all the sides for a delicious dinner. This has made them immensely popular with the local charter boat captains and they refer many of their fishing clients to this restaurant. Can you imagine anything fresher or better after a long day at sea?

Although the restaurant skews toward seafood, there are plenty of choices for land lubbers and Chef Jorge’s kitchen is equally deft at preparing them.

Appetizers are sprinkled with some south-of-the-border touches with their “Shipwreck Nachos”, ceviche, fried jalapenos, and some mighty fine spicy buffalo wings. Lots of good burgers, po’boys, and even pizzas with Greek and Hawaiian twists.
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So ho do e et rom a restaurant in alveston s historic east side to a bar and rill on Bolivar eninsula t is a reat story

Nauti Beaver Hut

When Cortney and Adam decided to relocate from the Dallas area to give their full attention to their new restaurant in Galveston, they chose the more laid-back beach community of Crystal Beach on Bolivar Peninsula for their home. Just a short ferry boat ride from their Galveston restaurant, it is a whole different world. Laid back, somewhat isolated, and having a strong sense of community make this a perfect environment to raise their children.

Being the gregarious people they are and having a long history of owning live music venues, they started looking for an opportunity in the Crystal Beach area. They quickly met Bill and Mona Palmer who owned Nauti’s Beer and Liquor Barn and soon became fast friends.

While Crystal Beach offers a relaxed beach environment and retail stores to meet fundamental needs, it is relatively undeveloped, and it lacks entertainment and food choices.

The Palmer and Lee families quickly saw an opportunity to add a food trailer to augment their bar business. Bingo! Huli Huli Hut was in the mobile food business offering the same quality food as their Galveston location.

Opening in February 2022 just in time to catch the Mardi Gras holiday, it was an instant success. Things were going well when suddenly Bill and Mona started talking about selling Nauti’s. Obviously disappointed but wanting the best for their friends, they figured they could relocate the food trailer and continue doing business.

Just as it seemed they were ready to sell, the Palmers surprised Cortney and Adam with an invitation to lunch. Happily, they had decided not to sell and were instead offering a proposal to become business partners and to press forward with a total remodel and

rebranding of the combined business as the “Nauti Beaver Hut” that would be a full-service bar and grill offering live entertainment. The concept was very similar to the business Cortney and Adam had sold in Alvarado Texas before their move to Galveston.

They knew immediately it would be a success and the two families, now partners, forged ahead. This was November 2022. There was much work to be done closing the existing business and the demolition and remodeling of the new concept.

The demo started on December 5th, and they were able to open the new business on February 18th of this year just in time for the Mardi Gras parade. The new business has been a success and is growing each week. Coming into the peak tourist season, it will be a welcome addition for the residents and thousands of vacationers that visit every year.

With a full menu, great happy hour specials, and a lineup of top musicians this has become the go-to destination for casual dining or meeting up with friends for a pleasant evening of drinks and entertainment. While I still love Stingaree’s, I also enjoy having another fine destination to enjoy on the peninsula. A pleasant ferry ride, a day at the beach, and a heaping mound of hot and spicy crawfish washed down with a cold beer sounds like a great way to spend the day on Bolivar.


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Beach Bum The

Vintage Feel Good images from the good ol’ days

Hi there, Wavers! I hope everyone is doing well and ready to get the Summer of 2023 kicked off here on our beautiful island. I know I’m ready to say hello to the sun, sand, and good times on the beach!

Most of you know that your Bum enjoys nostalgia. Most folks can look at an image from the past and recall exactly where they were, what they were doing, and how they felt at that moment. I remember things from my past all the time, but its a lified hen see certain i ages that are no la eled intage

I had an idea the other day while I was out riding around in my ol’ scarab. It’s not like me to have many thoughts in a day, ut here is hat had e thin ing ondered if loo ed at a fe i ages that are no la eled intage ould get the “oh man, I remember that” feeling. Boy, that question was answered 3-fold!

Take a look at the top 10 images I picked to take that trip down memory lane. While I didn’t include my personal memory of the hoto did share a fe tid its a out the i age f ou ha e so e e ories caught in hotos that are close to ou feel free to share them with me at aves alveston com

Break ime or

The original James Bond, Sean Connery (RIP), and the original ond irl

Ursula Andress (now 84 yrs. old), take a break during the fil ing of r o the first fil in the historic spy franchise. On a budget of 1 1 illion this fil grossed a whopping $59.5 illion at the ox office wonder if they knew this would be one of the most successful franchises in fil histor hile the ere breaking in the surf.

li ht Attendants

One of the most glamorous jobs a woman could have back in the 1950s, 60s, and s as eing a ight attendant (stewardess back then).

Early Weekend U date

Bill Murray! One of your Bums all time favorites!

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Widespread discrimination and the exploitation of female sexuality plagued the profession resulting in multiple lawsuits over the years. Airlines required the attendants to wear cleavage revealing tops and super short miniskirts as the uniforms. Strict rules also applied to the girls regarding age (under 35), weight, and martial status (must remain single).

The young comedian became a fan favorite on the popular late-night sketch comedy show Saturday ight i e urra as one of the first co edians to tackle the mainstay ee end date s etch


It’s still one of the most o ular seg ents on thanks in large part to Murray’s hilarious deadpan delivery. I’m sure most folks can riddle off multiple Bill Murray movies off the top of their head without giving it much thought! What a legend indeed!

Originally played by Beverley Owen in season one, Pat Priest took over the role of Marilyn Munster after episode 13 on the CBS sitcom The Munsters. Priest became wildly popular for her portrayal, thanks to her adorable blonde bob. The running gag of the show was that Marilyn was the lain or ugl unster family member, compared to her ghoulish counterparts. Priest is pictured here in a photoshoot for Playboy, posing with the unster o ile he hoto became a popular pin-up image for men all across the country.

This 1972 photo shows the youngest Jackson5 members. From left to right are Randy Jackson, Janet Jackson, and Michael Jackson. M.J would have been 14 at the time the picture was taken. The youngsters’ first hit ant ou ac topped the Billboard Hot 100 chart in ‘70. Between ‘69 and ‘72, the group released a whopping six studio albums very quickly, which may explain M.J’s exhausted appearance.

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Barbara Bouchet, circa 1

Out of all the extraordinary Bond girls, you may have forgotten about young Barbara Bouchet (now 77), who played Moneypenny in 1967’s Casino Royale. Bouchet is pictured here in 1960 at just 17 years old, seven years before her turn as a Bond girl and four ears efore her first a or fil role in 19 he actress, born in Czechoslovakia, would end up having an illustrious fil career spanning more than 50 ears and nearl 1 fil s

Behind the Scenes on he Cannonball Run

Burt Reynolds, Farrah Fawcett, Dean Martin, Dom DeLuise, Sammy Davis Jr., Adrienne Barbeau, err radsha and ac ie Chan; All favorites of your Bum. Released in 1981, star-studded Cannonball Run was a $100 million ox office success not too shabby for an $18 million budget) even after getting hammered by many critics. Here, DeLuise cracks up Reynolds, Fawcett, and the rest of the cast with his antics behind the scenes.

Cindy or an in Caddyshack

Any list covering “comedy classics” would certainly include 1980s Caddyshack, starring Chevy Chase and Bill Murray (one of his most fa ous roles he fil s million budget turned into a 3 illion ox office dra Few fans will ever forget (I wont) Cindy Morgan as Lacey Underall, the promiscuous niece of Judge Smails. Morgan walking through the golf course in her tight golf polo, and the swimming pool scene, are two of the most memorable scenes of the fil

Ohhhhhh Yeah!

Your Bum is a huge fan of wrestling, so this a favorite. his icture sho s host Regis Philbin running into WWF’s Champion “Macho Man” Randy Savage (look at that giant championship belt!) and his then wife manager, “Miss Elizabeth”, during a ta ing of he Morning Show. Macho Man soon becomes a legendary wrestling performer and spokesperson for Slim Jim, turning the phrase “Snap into a Slim Jim” into a universal tagline. Savage passed away from cardiovascular disease in 2011.

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Oh!! Lynda Carter! Still best known for her role as Wonder Woman, the show was a smash success for the actress. But before arter no 9 got her start as a odel he Phoenix, Arizona native gained national attention after winning Miss World USA in 1972 and went on to be a runner-up in the international competition later that year. Carter returned to her modeling roots for this photoshoot in os ngeles in 19 his iconic swimming pool shot is still replicated today.

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August 19 and 20, 2023.

The Houston Glass Club is pleased to announce its 48th annual Vintage Glass and Antique Show and Sale. The show begins on Saturday, August 19 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and continues on Sunday, August 20, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:000 p.m. The event will be held at the Fort Bend County Fairgrounds, 4310 Highway 36, just south of Houston in Rosenberg, TX.

“Glass is more delightful and sightly than any other material at this day known to man” could be a quote from a modern-day glass collector. Actually, it is part of Neri’s introduction to his Art of Glass book written in 1611.

Sponsored by the Houston Glass Club, dealers carry a wide variety of depression-era

The Houston Glass Club Show remains one of the top-rated and respected shows in the United States with dealers displaying rare and hard-to-find pieces. These dealers buy all year with this particular show in mind knowing that the patrons have discriminating tastes and expect the best and most unusual glassware to be there.

There is also a wonderful general line antique show in the second building so attendees get two shows in one! Dealers carry a wide range of general line antiques including furniture, linens, estate and costume jewelry, silver, quilts, and a myriad of other items.

There is truly something for everyone!

You never know what will appear at a show, and as all collectors know, that is what

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Admission is $7.00 for both days. Food concessions are available onsite and will be catered by the Crazy Cookers featuring pulled pork, burgers, nachos, frito pies, sweets, and treats. The food is delicious and many customers make dining part of the show experience.

So don’t forget on August 19th-20th, to head south to Rosenberg, TX, for the 48th Annual Vintage Glass and Antique Show and Sale.

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Re l ati o nshipAd v ic e with Jan & Dean

i Jan and ean, y husband and have a disa reement at home and ant your o inions Senior year and raduation have become so e ensive ith hat seems to be an endless chase o e trava ance y dau hter ust raduated rom hi h school and the s endin seems to never sto ot countin homecomin , and all the other roms, there as S rin break to ilton ead Just recently as her Senior rom and she icked an e cessively e ensive evenin dress and had to have her hair, makeu , and eyelash e tensions done by a ro essional Let us not or et the limousine to take the rou to an e ensive dinner be ore the dance, and then an all ni ht arty at a do nto n hotel can t tell you ho much money e have s ent o she is comin to us and sayin that all o her click o riends are oin to do a raduation tri to Cabo! Colle e tuition is ri ht around the corner mind you!

She says that all o her best riends are oin and that this is the last time that they ill all be to ether as they ill o their se arate aths a ter raduation and leave or di erent schools So ask, hen is enou h, enou h ave e ut out too much already We ill o by your decision erry is a ed Out

Well , Terry, it sounds like you have done a lot for your daughter. I know there is peer pressure, and also pressure from other parents who let their children get what they want. I have no idea when this extravagance began, but it has gotten out of hand. Since you went along and let this happen, I would say that if you can afford it, let her go. It really is the last time that they will be close. But put your foot down, and say, when in college, she is on her own other than dorm and food expenses. Maybe tell her to get a part-time job to earn her spending money. I realize that she is used to getting everything she wants and that she might be baffled by this idea, but make it stick.

ello Terry. Not a surprise that I am going to disagree with Jan again. I’m going to provide you with some simple math. If your daughter had worked part-time, only 10 hours a week, for only 12 weeks a year, at an $8 per hour wage, she would have made $960 per year. Multiply that by years of high school and your Princess would have had $3,840 in the bank at the time of her graduation and been able to pay for her trip.

Yes, enough is enough. Even if you can afford it, I would not do it. One thing you didn’t mention, which may have changed my answer, is did your daughter truly appreciate and thank you for everything you have done for her, or is she in the “I am entitled” category? I am guessing she fits right into the “ I am entitled” group. I’m going to pull a Nancy Reagan and tell you to “Just Say No.”

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Leading Ladies Review and UPCOMING Listings

Happy Summer! In my May column, I shared that I’m playing Doc Myers in Island ETC’s production of Ken Ludwig’s Leading Ladies. It’s been a joy to work with familiar faces from the ETC crew and make new friends in the theater community. The show runs until May 27th, and I’ve been documenting the experience for my July column. I’ll be sharing a behind-thescenes look at the entire audition-to-opening night process from an actor’s perspective. Be sure to check it out!

n the meantime, encoura e you to catch a sho at any o the reat theaters in the area

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THE TEXAS TENORS Music from Stage Screen

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MARILYN McCOO BILLY DAVIS, JR. Up, Up Away! A Musical Fable

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f The Month

High School Dating & Relationship Bullying

This month, our Pet Peeves column is much different from most , yet we believe it is something worth talking about and something parents should be made aware of.

Bullying can take many forms, one of which seems to be in the dating and relationship world. It can range from relatively harmless to severe and, in some cases, dangerous. The following content has gone viral online and is a prime example of what we are talking about.

This is from a high school girl listing her demands to her high school boyfriend. It goes both ways. Some guys certainly bully their girlfriends, but this example happens to be from the female to the male.

Here is some of the content. With Waves being a family-oriented publication, we chose to delete some of her demands on her boyfriend as they were rather graphic and disgusting.

ere they are

• Y ou are NOT to have any girl’s phone number.

• You are NOT to follow them on ANY social media.

• You are NOT to hang out with Keegan (including at his house or anywhere in public).

• You are NOT to hang out with your friends more than two times a week.

• You are NOT to even look at a single girl.

• If girls come up to you at any place or at any time, you are to walk away.

• You are NOT to get mad at me about a single thing EVER again.

• You are NOT to bring up Tyler, Noah, or Josh to me ever again!

• You are NOT allowed to drink unless I am with you.

• I am allowed to do a phone check WHENEVER I please.

• There are NEVER to be girls at your house.

• If we move in together, your friends will RARELY be allowed over.

• If I catch you around other girls, I will kill you.

• Austin does NOT control when I hang out with you.

• If I say jump, you say “How high, princess.”

• You are to make sure you tell me you love me at least once a day, so I know you aren’t messing around.

• You are to NEVER take longer than 10 minutes to text me back.

• hat list as some o the milder stu o e like it hen someone bullies another erson and makes their li e miserable


• As parents, it’s up to us to carefully monitor our children’s activities and communications. There have been numerous instances of high school bullying having tragic outcomes. It is preventable with a bit of paying attention to our kids’ shifts in attitude, mannerisms, and/or moods as anything out of the “norm”, especially if it happens very quickly, is a clear indication something is not right.

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M usic P rofile

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Galveston live music and event promoter and owner of the staging rental company, U.S. Backline, Jeb Adame, said he is committed to bringing as much free live music and entertainment to Galveston as he can. Since 2010, Adame has been staging events such as “Music and Movie Night on The Strand” but says this year various changes to places like Saengerfest Park at 21st and Strand have impacted their viability. His company motto “Pride In Texas Music” is backed by a cultural philosophy that sees a deeper meaning in the purpose of live music and events.

“I just want to protect free events for the public. Tourism is essential to alveston but some of the free events (attended by many locals) have diminished. A lot of properties have changed hands and some important events have fallen by the wayside. I’m getting calls and emails from people asking, ‘When are the movies coming back, when is the music coming back?”

Although free-to-the-publ ic events are common in many cities, Adame said he has always strived to stage his events with the highest production possible, adding lighting and big sound to give events like The Strand’s Movie Nights an ambiance that makes the experience a unique delight for people attending. Adame sees such events as the last surviving way for communities to get together and know one another in the age of computer, gaming, and phone isolation.

“People have their heads buried in their phones. How are they s upposed to know their communities? By staging concerts, movies, and art events of all kinds and doing the best job we can to make them exciting for people to attend we’re inspiring future generations to appreciate live music and public gatherings.”

Providing staging recently for Galveston’s La Izqueirda Surf and M usic Festival, Tall Ships Festival, and Wild Game Cookoff, Adame says he has the equipment and manpower to provide any kind of stage or production needed from promotion and band booking to set up and tear down for any event.

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high-quality production is good for locals and good for tourism. Local businesses need to know there are sponsorship opportunities available as well,” Adame said.

Adame is also a musician and was in a local 90s band called “76” t hat played in Austin and Galveston at places like the Old Quarter Acoustic Café and the long-gone Apocalypse but says he decided to work in production after a few years.

“I switched to production because I realized I was much better b ehind the board than in front of it. Although I have the best equipment, there are just so many great guitar players I decided to exit stage left and let the real guys get on stage. I love what I do and I’m very happy with the decisions I made.”

Although Adame started the company alone after working in product ion in Austin for South by Southwest in the early 2000s, he says U.S. Backline has become a family business with both his wife, Erin, and daughter, Nova, helping out.

In addition to seeking private sponsors for upcoming events, Adame is putting together a program for kids to participate in public performances. He says participants will have the opportunity to “earn their instruments” by performing publicly.

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The San Diego Jam

The San Diego Jam has nothing to do with jazz or music unless a bent rod, coupled together with your screaming, slipping reel drag is music to your ears. The San Diego part in this picture is the knot that was brought to the forefront by tuna fishermen on those long-range, multi-day trips out of that city. The San Diego Jam knot is a mono connection that’s a big part of being able to confidently put the pressure on a big fish who’s generating all of that bending, screaming, and slipping that’s going on.

This is a knot that most fishermen have probably heard of but have not seen or tried. The San Diego Jam is one of those knots that should be a part of your arsenal of a few knots that will hold in a “take’em or break’em” situation. It’s a connection that’s below the bottom of the worry scale when tied correctly, be it mono to hook, lure or reel spool arbor. This is about as strong a knotted mono connection that you can make in those areas of your fishing tackle.

When I tie the San Diego Jam with 50# or less mono, I go through the hook or lure’s eye twice, as shown in the illustration’s top view. With 60--100# mono, I go through the eye once. I don’t believe a great benefit is gained with the heavier monos and it’s much harder to hold the wraps at the eye in an uncrossed position when tightening. I generally use 10 turns around the doubled section when using 30-50# mono and turns with 60-100#. The middle view in the illustration shows four turns, but that was done merely to make illustrating it a bit easier.

To tie the San Diego Jam, go through the hook eye and pull 12-15” of the tag end through it. Now, start to loop the mono over itself about 4-5” away from the eye and pinch it between your right thumb and forefinger at the “1” as shown at the top of the illustration. Then start the wraps around the doubled section. Going to the illustration’s middle view as a guide, carefully hold the hook with the third and fourth fingers of your left hand. While still holding with your right hand at “1 “, make your wraps around the doubled section using your left thumb, first and second fingers. Next, pass the tag end through the opening at the bottom of the wraps as shown in “2”. Now pass the tag end through the loop at “1” that has formed at your right hand’s grip. Note that the tag and standing end come out on the same side of this loop. At this point, your knot will appear as shown in the middle view, except for the possibility that you used one pass of the mono through the hook’s eye as opposed to the two shown.

To tighten the San Diego Jam, after moistening it with saliva, anchor the hook to a stationary object. “Stationary object” can be a piece of heavy cord loop or a big snap or swivel that’s connected to a table, boat rail, etc. all strong enough to not break or move when under the pull load you’re going to put on it with the tightening process. It’s always safest to use gloved hands when tightening, especially with heavier monos. The tightening process I use is to first pull slowly

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on the standing end to get the wraps close to the hook eye, and then snug the tag end while still maintaining a slight amount of tension on the standing end. At this point, it’s a matter of alternating the pulls on the standing and the tag ends, getting progressively tighter until the wraps are set tight. I do these alternating pulls while maintaining the pressure on both with the tag end in one hand and the standing end in the other. The last pull should be on the standing end. When tight, clip the tag end to about 1/4” long. At this point, it’s a matter of inspection. With no mis-crossed wraps, and with all wraps pulled up tight, your finished product will have the appearance of the illustration’s bottom view. If there’s any doubt that it’s right, cut it off and tie it again. Don’t let a questionable knot be one of the questions you have in the water with a big fish on your hook and the line streaming off the reel. Of the things that can go wrong for me in that situation, my knots aren’t one of them.

I guarantee that, with very little practice, you will be able to tie this great knot a lot faster than it took to read how to do it! The 95 to 98% rating of this knot’s holding strength puts it in the area of great confidence in its ability to hold in the vast majority of your fishing situations. It also works with the superbraids; I generally use 12-14 turns/wraps around the doubled section when tying. Always use gloves when tightening any superbraid, don’t take the chance of a quick and severe cut happening to you.

Years ago, I believe one of the major causes of lost fish was dull hooks, but that’s all changed. With today’s multitude of quality, super sharp hooks, my feeling is that the then number two cause of lost fish has

become number one, badly tied knots. No matter how great a knot is supposed to be, badly tied, it becomes the weakest link in your bait or lure presentation. The simplicity of lubricating with saliva, no mis-crossed wraps, pull up slowly and snugly and then tight, plus if it doesn’t look good, cut it out and start again are all true. These factors have been true since mono was invented, and they still apply to all of today’s knots as well.

Over a period of years that I’ve used the San Diego Jam knot, high drag settings, lots of aggressive hooking, pumping, short-stroking, and winding, I’ve never had this knot fail. I can also say the same about others I use; the point is ... the San Diego Jam is one of those confidence builders that’s a welcome addition to anyone’s bait presentation. This is especially true when that music I mentioned initially is coming from your reel.

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Ideveloped this marinade for venison to grill cuts like tomahawk loin chops, bone in round steak, tenderloins, and kabobs. For wild pork or poultry, use ½ cup soy and ¼ cup teriyaki to add additional sweetness and depth of flavor when grilled.


Combine all ingredients in a glass bowl and whisk until all sugar is dissolved. Cut tenderloins into 1.5-2” chunks, add to marinade, cover

and refrigerate overnight. Remove chunks from marinade, spray with oil then apply a light coat of ground mixed peppercorns and a top layer of TSS Basic Beef seasoning. Build kabobs with meat, mango, onion, pepper, repeat until skewer is full. Grill at 450 degrees until desired doneness and enjoy!

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Downtown Currents

Hidden gem not meant to be hidden

Edgy Fashion Housed in History

Currently hidden under the decks of sky-high scaffolding, the TrueheartAdriance building at 212 22nd Street is getting a mini-facelift and has recently welcomed District Rags.

Nicholas Clayton, a famous 19th-century architect, would certainly approve of the restructured, custom-made corbels and fresh wood replacement on his famous, widely photographed, and revered beauty of a building.

Darla Murray, the owner of District Rags, is bringing beauty, value, and the latest trends to the prepossessing structure. Darla embraces leading-edge brands in clothing and accessories as she shops the top markets in Los Angeles, Dallas, and New York City along with studying the fashion trends during fashion week and throughout the year.

New York City was the inspiration for her boutique name. The term “Rag istrict as coined as the rag trade of the 19th centur tailors fitters peddlers, and shopkeepers were laying the ground for what would become the Garment District/Fashion District.

“It doesn’t cost a million dollars to look like a million bucks”, Darla says, as she speaks of bringing fashion to everyone. Her sense of giving back to the community includes taking the boutique on the road to other parts of the island. Whether it’s a fashion show at a west-end eatery or lounge or a runway show at an assisted living facility, Darla makes the edgy and trendy accessible to all. She says, “We can take you from the beach to cocktails, parties to cruises, to even pageant wear.”

The inventory is rotating constantly as she only purchases two of each size hen she finds fashion ge s his e o ers each indi idual to e ust that indi iduali ed free of orries a out seeing their coc tail dress or outfit at the table across from them.

hile sho ing in the historical location custo ers en o ine and champagne while they peruse the latest fashions. Many may know of the Trueheart-Adriance safe room that is still perfectly intact. Darla has taken the hi sical fun colorful and free o ing feeling of a secret garden and transformed that small area into a dressing room. It’s a step back in time with a modern-day high-fashion twist. These details are what make District Rags a uni ue ex erience not ust a store

ith u er u on us istrict ags is offering the latest such as o axi

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dresses, bright colors, your staple graphic tees, and distressed denim shorts. arla can see out each custo er s drea outfit and e en offer a ri ate sho ing ex erience ith finger foods drin s a hotogra h session and time in the store, exclusive to the group.

Photogra h shoots are a assion of arla s as ell a ing the island as a stunning ac ground that can feature tro ical to historical o ens the doors to so an ossi ilities he has a hotogra her on call for an one read to ha e a the e shoot ther e ents include nights for the single ladies ith a rofessional atch a er on hand and an other creati e e ents on the horizon.

Darla is especially eager to work with other boutiques and shops who would li e to colla orate and tra el to eo le ho don t a e it do nto n for fundraising e ents and fashion sho s istrict ags as art of the recent esource risis enter ring fashion sho and that is onl the eginning of the co unit reach that arla ho es to continue

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R eflections

The Life Blood of Galveston

When I talk to strangers who are unfamiliar with Galveston, they generally want to know what makes it such an interesting place. That got me thinking and one thing lead to another. What I came up with is the following Reflection. After reading it, I hope my “Island friends” will appreciate our uniqueness; I know I do.

What makes this island thrive? Is it tourism that brings millions of visitors to the island every year? Is it our philanthropic families who have built industries here and abroad, a medical system that serves the lowly to the famous, a rich history filled with stories that keep you on the edge of your seat, or our “Seawall”, reminding us that we can survive what Mother Nature throws at us every summer? I’m sure it’s a combination of all the above, but what really makes this island tick? I think it’s “us”, the islanders who live and work here.

Tourists come and go. We appreciate their infusion of money that helps keep our small businesses thriving, but at the end of the day, we live here, buy goods and services and send our kids to school. Our prominent families; the Moodys, Mitchells, Kempners, Rosenbergs, Claytons, and Sealys all have built legacies and philanthropic charities; many of which will last generations. But today, it’s the islanders who work tirelessly to provide us with our needs, many in the service industry. Our wait staff, musicians, city workers, and our parks and recreation departments who get our island ready day after day, without them and their efforts, our tiny piece of paradise would cease to exist.

How fortunate our island is home to a robust medical system and the University of Texas Medical Branch or UTMB as most islanders call it. Combined it employs thousands of people both on and off the island. It provides research, minor care, urgent care, burn units, cancer care, long-term care, and multiple specialty fields we commonly use.

We have a rich history from the Karankawas Indians to Jean Lafitte to civil war battery, shipping, and architecture. I’ve noticed some of our old historical homes are being renovated and brought back to life to be shared with others like Moody Mansion, Bishop’s Palace, Ashton Villa and homes in the Silk Stocking District locat-

ed on 23rd and 25th streets between Avenues K to P. To really appreciate the architecture, travel to downtown areas of the island and take some time to look at the buildings. Lining the Strand and throughout downtown are distinct displays of almost every notable historic motif, including Greek Revival, Neo-Renaissance, High Victorian, Gothic, French, Italianate, Beaux Arts, and Romanesque. Truly a treasure trove of architecture in one small area.

As we prepare for another “hurricane” season, we are reminded that we can never defeat Mother Nature, but we have learned to exist with her beauty and her fury. The Gulf Coast will be in a state of preparedness as hurricane season runs from June 1st to the end of November. Technology and apps are great ways to stay informed. Islanders should be putting together their emergency supply lists for people and pets.

I have briefly touched on many aspects that make Galveston special, but let me reiterate, what makes our island special, the true “lifeblood”….it’s you, the “islander” in each of us. Wishing everyone a great summer.

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