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    Hey, Look Over There!

    We've got a new slideshow up, featuring selections from "Hard Knocks: Rolling with the Derby Girls," an exhibition of photos by Shelley Calton at Watermark Fine Art. Click here to check it out. -- Keith Plocek

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 9, 2007 @ 3:07 pm
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    Harris County Leads the Nation in Minority Growth. What You Got Now, Los Angeles?

    You don't need to be an anthropologist to walk around the streets of Houston and notice we have one of the richest and most culturally and racially diverse cities around. But in case you haven't been outside for the past ten years or don't believe th...

    @ Houston News by Chris Vogel on August 9, 2007 @ 12:30 pm
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    HouStoned Theatre, starring Bryan Jay Connelly

    Bryan Jay Connelly's aborted attempt to put a hit on the judge and prosecutor who put him in the slammer. The curtain rises on Connelly standing in his cell, a rotten look on his mug, his ripped bare chest exposing his tats, Cape Fear-style. He's t...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 9, 2007 @ 10:54 am
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    Straight Talk with World Net Daily

    The massive changes on the AM stations owned by Clear Channel continue to assault local listeners. We had somehow survived all these years without hearing Walton & Johnson or Mancow, but after a few minutes with both, we know we haven't missed anyth...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 9, 2007 @ 10:05 am
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    Still Sucks to Be a Librarian, Even If You're Not Passing Out Drugs

    Our print edition is out, including an item in the Hair Balls column about how Harris County may be demanding that its librarians stay in town and go to the front lines as responders to a biological or chemical terrorist attack. We probably weren't ...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 8, 2007 @ 4:53 pm
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    Steven Hotze and William Rea, Sitting in a Tree...

    Recently, Dr. Steven Hotze has sent letters to the editors at small community newspapers calling attention to complaints filed against his Dallas colleague, Dr. William Rea. If you forgot who Hotze is, he's the dude who used to claim he was board cer...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 8, 2007 @ 2:42 pm
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    Tales from Transit

    In towns with real public transportation, people are used to interacting with the crazies on a daily basis. In Houston, not so much. Most of us keep our windows rolled up and the AC on. But I happen to live on the Main Street rail line, and today I t...

    @ Houston News by Cathy Matusow on August 8, 2007 @ 1:26 pm
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    $13 at El Rey

    It's time for another installment of $13, where we hit the streets and find out what you can get for 13 smackers in this restaurant-crazy city. Keith Plocek steps up to the plate: Where: El Rey, 910 Shepherd at Washington, 713-225-189...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 8, 2007 @ 11:45 am
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    Houston Press Podcast: Reefer Madness

    Keep clicking for pot, propaganda and a podcast..."This play totally makes fun of propaganda," says Sofia Mendez. "It takes it, balls it up and throws it back into your face." Mendez plays leading lady Mary Lane who fights to win back her boyfriend J...

    @ Houston News by Olivia Flores Alvarez on August 7, 2007 @ 5:45 pm
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    Going to See a Man about a Horse. And Jesus.

    His name was Couy Griffin, and he's riding around the country, praising Jesus. (No, not that Jesus. This one.) Griffin said he started out in San Fran and made it all the way to Utah on horseback, but since then he's been trucking his animals from c...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 7, 2007 @ 4:09 pm
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    No Need to Worry about the Potential Impact of Richmond Rail (Unless You Liked Your House)

    Remember how Metro's Richmond light-rail line was going to fit into the neighborhood so easily that residents wouldn't even notice? It turns out some residents won't notice because they'll be moving out. KHOU got its hands on Metro's documents outli...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 7, 2007 @ 3:41 pm
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    This Week in Caf: Antonio's Flying Pizza

    Antonio's Flying Pizza is the subject of this week's Caf. The red-checkered tablecloth joint on Hillcroft reminds me of the pizzerias where I hung out when I was in high school in Connecticut. And no wonder - Antonio's is owned and operated by a Sic...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 7, 2007 @ 11:04 am
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    Re: The BBC's Spanish Proposition

    As we reported last week, two correspondents from BBC Mundo are currently making their way across Texas and speaking only Spanish. Or so we thought. When I arrived at the Doneraki Mexican restaurant at Gulfgate Mall on Friday afternoon to meet the ...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 6, 2007 @ 1:04 pm
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    Feature Photo

    Surrounded by a sea of orange-painted men with Che Guevara banners, a blond woman looks to be somewhat anxious about what's happening. But maybe that's because the Dynamo are losing. Because this isn't taking place on some heat-blasted plaza in a Sou...

    by Daniel Kramer on September 6, 2007
  • Greyhound Racing - Tracks and breeders struggle as attendance declines

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    Greyhound Racing - Tracks and breeders struggle as attendance declines

    Ferd West isn't a sentimental guy. He's a self-made businessman with a car dealership who grew up on a watermelon and peanut farm with 14 siblings in rural Texas. "When you come off a watermelon farm, everything else is easy in life," he says. Sti...

    by Russell Cobb on September 6, 2007
  • Concierge Care - Doctor charges $1,500 annual fee to AIDS patients

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    Concierge Care - Doctor charges $1,500 annual fee to AIDS patients

    Dr. Shannon Ray Schrader has been a visible and, at times, inspiring presence in the fight against AIDS in Houston. So why are a lot of AIDS patients pissed off at him now? It's because they're feeling abandoned. Schrader has notified his 1,50...

    by Richard Connelly on September 6, 2007
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    Mail Call - Buh-Bye, Garner; Nice Work?; Union Station

    Houstoned Ballz blog readers respond to "Sure, Phil Garner and Tim Purpura Are Out, and Cecil Cooper and Tal Smith Are In, But None of That Matters So Long As Drayton McLane Is Still Around..." by John Royal, August 28 Fan site: Nice photo of Dra...

    on September 6, 2007
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    Litton Loan Litigants Granted Class Status (say that five times fast)

    Speaking of updates, there's good news for the folks suing Litton Loan, the Houston-based mortgage servicer: They can proceed with a class-action suit. After two years of legal wrangling, a U.S. District Court judge in California has granted class st...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 3, 2007 @ 3:04 pm
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    Remember That Beaumont Sex Club?

    You might remember Granger from this story in the paper version of Houstoned. Judge Layne Walker of the 252nd state District Court said there wasn't enough evidence for a conviction. Granger still faces a civil suit. The AP story incorrectly states...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 3, 2007 @ 11:38 am
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    The BBC's Spanish Proposition

    The BBC is coming to Houston. The BBC en espaol, that is. The idea was to send a team on a two-week long trip across the U.S. speaking only Spanish. Reporter Jos Baig and producer Carlos Ceresole started in Florida last week and are slowly working ...

    @ Houston News by Houston Press on August 3, 2007 @ 9:17 am
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