More Results: Coverage We Quite Enjoyed
Here's a sampling of some of our favorite stories involving our clients.
Pedernales Cellars received special notice in this roundup of top Texas wines, and the Cabernet Grill's Ross Burtwell shared a recipe pairing with the winery's flagship Tempranillo.
The Houston Press, one of Texas' premier alternative weeklies, provided this positive review of Ross Burtwell's debut cookbook shortly after its official release.
This article was part of the media coverage on one of the Texas wine industry's milestone moments -- a Texas Viognier winning highest honors at a major French wine competition. (Specifically, in the heart of the very region where Viognier originated.)
Dr. Jeff Addicott, director of the Center for Terrorism Law, is typically called on for his expertise in terrorism matters -- this San Antonio Magazine profile gave readers an opportunity to learn more about the terrorism law expert, and why he started the groundbreaking division of the St. Mary's Law School.
Addicott's expertise is on display here, for a Denver Post article on a suspect charged in connection with a 2009 subway bombing plot in New York City.
Girlstart's executive director, Tamara Hudgins, was featured prominently in this 2011 CNN article exploring the role of women in technology -- an issue in which Girlstart continues to be heavily invested.
This KUHF story explores the then-emerging issue of food deserts, focusing on neighborhoods in Houston that meet the definition, and Costello's proactive approach to address the issue.
This story came from a tasting event we coordinated for Noble Pig -- written by one of our favorite Austin food bloggers -- when the restaurant was first beginning to gather its impressive accolades, moving from local to regional and even national recognition.
This multi-media story, reported by Elise Hu (now a technology reporter for National Public Radio), for the then-fledgling Texas Tribune, featured the Rick Perry for Governor campaign and its use of then-cutting edge technology to reach voters.