Houston Life Recap: Hot food, performance and firefighters!

What happened on Houston Life - June 26, 2022

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Calling all foodies!

Looking for the best burger, crazy concoction, or local hole in the wall? Meet David Elder, the man behind the TV show Texas Eats, dedicated to finding the best dishes in the lone star state. Not only will he help us find the best local spots in Houston, but he will also cook for us. Who’s hungry?

David Elder, host of KPRC 2’s ‘Texas Eats,’ shared how he turned his passion for food into a TV show. Elder also showed us the simple steps to an easy breezy weekday meal using scallops. For more delicious food, don’t miss ‘Texas Eats,’ Sundays at 10:30 a.m. on KPRC 2.

Ride for the Brave

Veterans helping veterans! A group of veterans is riding into Houston on a mission. They’re here to raise money and awareness for Save the Brave, a nonprofit that creates support networks for veterans. The goal is to help veterans connect, build bonds, and prevent post-traumatic stress-related suicide. They’ll share more about their organization and how you can help right here in Houston.

‘Save the Brave’ is a 501(C)3 organization that connects military veterans from all over, with a goal to prevent those with PTS from suicide. Every summer ‘Save The Brave’ members join up for a cross country motorcycle ride to raise funds for veterans, and tonight they are rolling into Houston for an event at St Arnold’s Brewery. If you’d like more info about the the ride, or the organization, log onto savethebrave.org.

Sugar Land teen making a break in music

Continuing the segment on recognizing local teens who had the best summer ever, singer Faith Lee joins us in the studio for her very first interview. Faith is 14 years old and has already sung the National Anthem at an Astros game, performed in operas, and was nominated for music awards in Nashville. Watch her interview about her aspirations and perform an original song only on Houston Life.

A local teen is making her name on the music scene at a very young age. 14-year-old singer songwriter Faith Lee talks about some of the big accomplishments in her career. Plus, she performs her powerful new song 'In My Head.'

Fire Alert! Firefighters are in the studio

No, it’s not an actual fire, but their calendar is. All for a good cause, firefighters from Spring team up with some cuddly friends posing for a calendar supporting local animal shelters and they’re giving us a sneak peek. Hot? Cute? You decide.

Spring firefighters drop by with a couple of adorable dogs. Supporting local animal shelters, full-time and volunteer firefighters team up with the furry friends for a calendar photo shoot. Get a sneak peek and learn how you can support this cause.

And that’s what happened on Houston Life!

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