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  • 5 days ago | Bayou City

    CACTUS MUSIC’S THANKSGIVING WEEKEND Of course it’s always better to not wait until Black Friday to do your record-store shopping, but Cactus is a hell a lot more enjoyable than fighting the hordes at Kohl’s or Best Buy. This year the store is putt...

  • 5 days ago | Restaurant News

    Just in time for the winter holidays, Cyclone Anaya's has decided to offer homemade gourmet seasonal tacos. In order to promote their offerings available until January 1, Chef Jason Gould and self-described raconteur Patrick Boylan, dropped by the...

  • 14 days ago | Whatever

    The National Weather Service this morning announced a tornado watch for much of southeast Texas, as severe thunderstorms are expected to pummel the area throughout the late morning and early afternoon. The storms are also expected to bring rains o...

  • 19 days ago | Bayou City

    THE BEATLES Sam Houston Colisum, August 19, 1965 Given the sheer hysteria that followed them wherever they went, the Beatles could only stand to tour the U.S. a couple of times, and they only ever made it to Houston once. Their lone performances h...

  • 22 days ago | Festivals

    That's On Me: By pure coincidence, I ended up setting in the media tent across from someone who was supposed to be interviewed, according to their PR person, by the Houston Press. Life is weird like that sometimes: you choose a place to sit becaus...

  • 22 days ago | Festivals

    Peaches: I never really understand why people are like, "We need people like Lady Gaga because pop music is so boring" when performers like Peaches exist. Here's a brief list of things I saw during Peaches' set: Peaches walking on the crowd while ...


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