Missed any of our articles from last week? Take a look at what you might have missed from Community Impact’s coverage areas in Houston from March 20-24.

Spring ISD delays decision on bonus for Spanish-speaking administrators for second time

After considering whether to offer stipends to Spanish-speaking administrators, Spring ISD trustees opted to table their decision for a second time March 21.

The details: Under the district’s policy, bilingual teachers receive a $5,500 stipend, but they lose the money if they are promoted to an administrator position, as previously reported by Community Impact.

Read the full story by Reporter Emily Lincke.

Seabrook sail loft Quantum Sails offers custom-made sails, services for boaters

Passion is the wind that has propelled Port Arthur native Farley Fontenot forward for the last nearly 50 years, sailing ships and making sails in Seabrook.

Sailing culture inundated Fontenot’s life in large part because his father and grandfather were big sailors, Fontenot said.

“I think what drove me was that I really loved [sailing] as a kid, and it was cool,” he said.

Read the full story by Reporter Saab Sahi.

Oheya, a nontraditional omakase concept, comes to Uchi

Oheya, which means “the room” in Japanese, is a new concept from Hai Hospitality of Austin being offered at Uchi.

Oheya by Uchi is founded behind a “discretely marked room,” according to the brand's website, and is an intimate dining experience at a 12-person bar tucked behind Uchi, at 904 Westheimer Road, Ste. A, Houston. Uchi translates to “the house,” and Oheya is the room at the back of the house.

Read more by Reporter Leah Foreman.

Fort Bend County EpiCenter reportedly secures ESPN wrestling contract

The Fort Bend County EpiCenter—a multipurpose, 10,000-seat venue in Rosenberg—secured a contract with ESPN wrestling, according to officials.

This contract was announced by development firm Stonehenge Holdings LLC President Kevin Matocha on March 16 at Fort Bend County Judge KP George’s first quarterly Fort Bend Forward community conversations event.

Read more by Reporter Asia Armour.

Humble eatery Mean Burger boasts high-quality ingredients, 20 unique burgers

Before Robert Headley and Cesar Sanchez opened Mean Burger in Humble, Headley used to joke with the owner of Dirty Juicy Burger about purchasing the business.

“I was actually friends with the [Dirty Juicy Burger] owner, and I had come here a few times and liked the product,” Headley said, noting Mean Burger now operates out of the same building once inhabited by Dirty Juicy Burger. “Eventually when it closed, the idea came forth, and I contacted [Sanchez] and said, ‘Hey, would you be willing?’”

Read the full story by Reporter Wesley Gardner.