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Mental Health Minute: Regrets

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Licensed professional counselor Bill Prasad looks at regrets, and how to live life without them!

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Houston’s Lizzo brings down the house at the 2020 Brit Awards

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It didn’t take long for this Houston-raised shooting star, Lizzo to become a scintillating international icon, rocking her Hershey Bar wrapper dress at the 2020 Brit Awards.

The ‘Cuz I Love You’ songstress donned a chocolate-bar-inspired gown by Moschino with matching chocolate-themed purse by Judith Lieber at the awards show on Tuesday night.  Lizzo shared a picture of that chocolate-dipped beauty on Instagram on Tuesday, writing, “The best kind of chocolate.”

The 31-year-old, three-time Grammy-award winning singer Lizzo illuminated London’s O2 stage in tan mesh bodysuit at the 2020 award show, delivering a high-energy medley of her four hits, “Truth Hurts,” “Good as Hell,” “Juice” and “Cuz I Love You,’ according to Billboard Magazine.


After a playful introduction from host Jack Whitehall, Lizzo belted out the song, “Cuz I Love You,” followed by her hit, “Truth Hurts.” She then delivered her powerful self-acceptance anthem, “Good As Hell.”

Lizzo earned a nomination for the 40th annual award show in the International Female Solo Artist category, but artist Billie Eilish ultimately took the award home. Last month, Lizzo won three Grammy awards in the Best Pop Solo Performance, Best Urban Contemporary Album and Best Traditional R&B Performance categories. She also racked up the most 2020 Grammy award nominations of any artist.

Fearless about celebrating self-love, Lizzo has been embraced as a prominent icon of body positivity.  She is known for sending her audience messages of self-love, telling fans to “go home tonight and look in the mirror and say, ‘I love you, you are beautiful and you can do anything.”

A beloved Texas favorite, Lizzo’s deep musical roots began in Houston. She started rapping and singing when she was just a teen in Alief, Texas. At age 14, she started a group called Cornrow Clique with her friends.  After graduating from Alief’s Elsik High School, she studied classical music with a focus on flute at University of Houston.

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Pasadena ISD, Fort Bend ISD students crowned grand champions in 2020 RodeoHouston art competition 

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Two students from Fort Bend ISD and Pasedena ISD were crowned grand champions of the 2020 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo School Art Program competition, beating out thousands of other entries.

Anthony Vega of Pasadena ISD was crowned the 2020 Grand Champion for his colored drawing “Morning Pep Talk,” and Fort Bend ISD student Amaris Shi’s colored drawing “Roped In” was crowned the 2020 Reserve Grand Champion during the rodeo’s School Art Program Awards Ceremony on Sunday, according to a release.

SEE LAST YEAR’S WINNERS: Pasadena ISD students take top spots in 2019 HLSR School Art Program competition

Approximately 200,000 students from 101 public school districts and 53 private schools participated in this year’s program. Judges selected 852 pieces to advance to the second round of judging, where 72 were selected as winning artworks that will be featured in the rodeo’s School Art Auction on March 15.


The artworks will be available to view before the auction while they are on display throughout the 2020 Rodeo season in the Hayloft Gallery, located in the lobby of NRG Center.

ON HOUSTON CHRONICLE.COM: Here’s what’s new at RodeoHouston this year

The artwork was divided into seven categories: colored drawing, mixed media, monochromatic, painting, 3D, elementary and junior high. Last year, the two top winning artworks were sold for a $240,000 and $180,000, both of which are rodeo records, the Houston Chronicle reported.

RodeoHouston runs Feb. 25-March 17 at NRG Stadium.

Click through the photos above for a look at the 72 winning artworks for the 2020 season…

Rebecca Hennes covers community news. Read her on our breaking news site, Chron.com, and on our subscriber site, houstonchronicle.com. | rebecca.hennes@chron.com 



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