The Cordray family has been a staple in Galveston for more than 150 years, and one of its most famous members owned the original Cordray Drug Store. Now, Michael and Ashley Cordray, stars of the television show Restoring Galveston on the Magnolia Network, have given new life to the tradition.
The unique home at 2818 Ball, which has stood vacant for decades silently waiting for rescue, is slowly being demolished by neglect. In the past, it was a beautiful home, a place of refuge and even a place of worship. Multiple plans for the building, some including grants, have never come to fruition, but it stands with ...
A Galveston BOI (Born on the Island) has launched a new brand of Champagne called Madame Zéro. This relative newcomer to the local market is made in the driest style found in the famed sparkling wine region. It has no added sugar, which is known as the dosage or Liqueur d’expedition.
They appeared in abundance across Galveston Island from the east end to the far west end—roadways, abandoned yards, city lots, cemeteries, pastures, and homemakers’ gardens. They floated along on the waters and winds of Hurricane Ike; they settled and nestled into the soil awaiting...
It is said that to create art with all the passion in one’s soul is to actually live art with all the beauty in one’s heart.
For Taylor Trimble, the need to express herself through art is as paramount to her survival as the blood that flows through her veins to feed her beating heart.
Shopping for lingerie and intimate wellness shouldn't feel intimidating. That's why Moxie's Lifestyle provides a boutique atmosphere where you can feel comfortable, safe and confident.
Moxie's aims to provide Galveston with a modern place to shop for every aspect of their lifestyle, from the bedroom to the beach. Committed to inclusivity and body-positivity, they offer intimate wellness items for everyone and sizes ranging from extra small to 3X.
The store specializes in lingerie, resort and swimwear, intimate wellness, athleisure, and sleepwear. Shopping for lingerie is about searching for a feeling as much as a product, and Moxie’s offers a wide range of lingerie styles, colors, and textures that are sure to make anyone look and feel their most confident and sexy self.
Moxie’s offers a wide selection of chemises, babydolls, teddies, corsets, bustiers, garter belts, robes, hosiery and panties. They also have a section of white bridal lingerie. In the fall, they plan to expand to carrying men’s underwear and lingerie.
Around the shop you’ll also find resort and swimwear like beach cover-ups, mix and match swim separates, one-piece swimsuits, and breezy dresses, tops and pants. They are also an exclusive retailer of Byrds•i polarized sunglasses.
As summer draws to a close, Moxie’s will be expanding their athleisure, loungewear and sleepwear selections for the fall and holidays with items such as silky pajamas, luxe loungewear, and ready to wear athleisure styles like matching leggings and sports bras, joggers, tanks and outerwear.
Moxie’s also offers intimate wellness toys and accessories to suit every desire. Items include personal massagers, couples’ massagers, bondage accessories, lubricants, oils, books, and games.
Moxie’s Lifestyle is located at 4607 Fort Crockett Blvd. next to Academy Sports. The boutique is open Monday thru Saturday from 11am to 6pm. For more information call 409.443.5075 or visit www.moxieslifestyle.com.
Beaches aren't all Galveston has to offer. Local theater productions, contemporary art exhibits and other family events that always inspires.
Enjoy inspirational interiors, decorating and gardens from those that help shape Galveston Island style.
Where to find lunch, brunch, dinner covering casual to fine dining. These places are not afraid to try new things. Hope you're hungry.
The portion of Galveston’s Strand Street between 20th and 25th Streets is called simply, “The Strand.”
presents a multi-part series on the history of the Galveston Fire Department.
Built after the Storm of 1900 to protect Galveston from future storms.
Histories of the incredibly rich past of the architecture in Galveston.