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  • 4 days ago | Film Podcast

    Alan Scherstuhl and Stephanie Zacharek of the Village Voice, along with Amy Nicholson of the LA Weekly, run down the worst and best of the movies they saw this summer, which as summers go, wasn't so terrible! Among the best performances were those...

  • 4 days ago | Bayou City

    It’s been an amazing five years for Pegstar at Fitzgerald’s, as the Houston company that started with a humble 9/11 benefit at Numbers ushered the historic Heights venue into an era of unprecedented success, and more or less rescued Houston’s repu...

  • 5 days ago | Spaced City

    Living in Houston, it’s easy to take for granted how much cool stuff there is to do in the city. Multiple sports franchises means that even if you don’t root for the locals your favorite team will be visit eventually. If you like art and/or dinosa...

  • 6 days ago | Pop Life

    BECK, "Dreams" What makes "Dreams" so fantastic? Somehow, Beck's newest single manages to sound completely fresh, while simultaneously (and somewhat ingeniously) sounding like a kaleidoscopic melding of the many "Becks" of the past. Mr. Hansen sta...

  • 12 days ago | Breaking News

    A Thursday morning thunderstorm dumped rain across Greater Houston, creating some minor flooding and power outages across the city.  The National Weather Service has issued a flash flood watch for much of the region that will be in effect unt...

  • 13 days ago | Special Events

    The food writer who once did a series on food trucks for the Houston Press, the James Beard winning cook book writer, restaurant entrepreneur and man who knows his way around a taco, Robb Walsh will be curating a new food competition for the Houst...


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