The Red Door Theatre Company, a non-profit organization, will open Jan. 15 at 1087 Pruitt Road, The Woodlands. The theatre company offers classes such as acting, fashion design, stage makeup, playwriting, theatre history and set and costume design. Students ages 6 to 18 may apply.
Popbar, a purveyor of customizable popGelato, popSorbetto, and yogurtPops, will open its doors at Market Street next to Alex & Ani during the first quarter of 2018.
All natural, handcrafted gelato on a stick (PRNewsfoto/Popbar)
Customize your very own gelato sandwich – on a stick (PRNewsfoto/Popbar)
Popbar serves handcrafted gelato, sorbetto, and yogurt in a new way – on a stick. All pops are made in-house daily with all natural ingredients. On the menu, guests will find 40+ rotating flavors ranging from classics (Chocolate, Vanilla) to the more unique (Green Tea, Passion Fruit), and even seasonal ones too (Watermelon, Pumpkin Pie). Pops are customizable with premium dippings and toppings that include dark, milk, and white chocolate, nuts, sprinkles, waffle cone, caramel corn, and more.
At Popbar, a mouthwatering experience awaits everyone, even those looking for vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, and soy-free options. All popSorbettos are vegan-dairy-gluten-soy-free, and all popGelatos and yogurtPops are gluten-soy free. Other indulgences include Hot Chocolate on a Stick, Frozen Hot Chocolate, the Double Shake (Popbar’s take on a milkshake, made with any two pops), and the newest addition to the menu, the popWich, which allows customers to customize their very own gelato sandwich on a stick.
To keep up with everything Popbar, follow the brand on Instagram @popbar and Facebook @popbarUSA, or visit www.pop-bar.com.
While the weather radar indicated only a light pregame rain shower would hit Woodforest Bank Stadium on Friday evening, The Woodlands quarterback Quinton Johnson and the rest of the Highlanders were ready to take the venue by storm.
They did just that, pulling away from Oak Ridge in the second half for a resounding 49-14 victory. Johnson, who started his third game for The Woodlands this season, was a key contributor as the No. 8 state-ranked Highlanders (4-1, 3-0) moved into sole possession of first place in District 12-6A. continue reading
A strong third quarter helped Conroe pull away for a 25-10 win over visiting College Park at Moorhead Stadium on Friday. The Tigers (1-5, 1-2) not only picked up their first win of the season, but also snapped an 11-game losing streak in the process. continue reading
The Woodlands quarterback Quinton Johnson (12) throws a pass to wide receiver Connor Klapesky (16) during the varsity football game against Oak Ridge on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
Oak Ridge running back Nick McCants (21) is swarmed by The Woodlands defenders including linebacker Dylan Calvetti (11), defensive linemen Jonathan Hoover (93), and defensive linemen AJ Maestre (94) during the varsity football game on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, at Woodforest Bank Stadium
Oak Ridge linebacker Nathaniel Bushek (12) leads a team prayer in the end zone before the varsity football game against The Woodlands on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
Oak Ridge running back Nick McCants (21) is brought down by The Woodlands defensive linemen Jonathan Hoover (93) during the varsity football game on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
The Woodlands wide receiver Connor Klapesky (16) runs the ball during the varsity football game against Oak Ridge on Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, at Woodforest Bank Stadium.
The Woodlands has knocked its opponent from the ranks of the unbeaten for the second consecutive week.
The Highlanders handed Oak Ridge its first loss of the season on Friday night at Woodforest Bank Stadium, using a stout defensive performance and a balanced attack on offense to pull away in the second half for a convincing 49-14 victory. continue reading