"They were like cities." The late Harold Farb built more than 30,000 apartments in Houston from 1953 to 2000, making him the largest independent apartment developer in the nation in the 1980s.
Farb pioneered large-scale apartment development in the Bayou City, constructing garden apartments that sprawled across city blocks, primarily in southwest Houston.
A Ralph Lauren or YSL scarf What is your favorite classic movie? “Philadelphia Story” with Katharine Hepburn What are you reading now?
“The Chief,” a biography of William Randolph Hurst by David Nasaw What are some of your most cherished collectibles? That I love Blue Bell Ice Cream with homemade fudge sauce. What most people don’t remember today is that he uttered those words right here in Houston, in a speech at Rice University.
07/28/1959 - Harold Farb, second from left, co-owner and co-developer of the Stella Link Shopping Center, announced the center will opened about the middle of September in a planning session held at Capt. He also announced special events are being planned and prizes will be awarded.
Among the lease holders attending the meeting are (L-R): Shan Hull, manager of Ben Franklin Store; Farb; Louis Lentz, of Mading's; and Joel Levy, of Rice Food Markets.
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Sunday \"Sunny\" Boling (Morman Boling Casting) casts films, TV, digital series and an occasional commercial.
She started her career in the feature casting office of 20th Century Fox as assistant to Christian Kaplan.
Sunday also has several directing credits to her name, including a web series called Dating a Puppet.
A 20 year veteran of agenting and managing actors, having started my career along side the legendary Bonnie Liedtke, (famous for discovering Leo Dicaprio and Hillary Swank), together we signed and developed Zac Effron Corbin Bleu, Chad Michael Murray, Joanna Garcia, Selma Blair, Donald Faison, Taran Killam and many many more actors who are working steadily to this day.