107.5 FM is now the only classic-rock game in town.
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All the events of the spookiest season of the year.
12 things we learned about Houston rap in 2012.
Looking back over the major music-related stories around Houston the past 11 and a half months, 2012 was light on the kind of headlines you'll usually see in a year-end "music scene" recap: Obituaries, arrests, venues closing down, malfeasance, bad behavior, that sort of thing. There was some of tha ... More >>
This blog grew out of the article Rocks Off wrote Wednesday about Alvin's "Gulf Coast Rocker" KACC 89.7, the last traditional rock station on the Houston FM radio dial and, not coincidentally, a station completely unsupported by advertising revenue. As we were talking to Mark Moss, KACC's only full- ... More >>
Like a wound that never truly heals, the sorry state of commercial rock radio around here continues to be a sore point for many Houstonians. Not a day goes by that several people search for 103.7 FM on the Houston Press Web site -- almost two months after the station changed formats from Adult Alter ... More >>
Natalie Irish kisses her portraits into life.
YouTube goodness stumbled upon: The opening of a new campus for Alvin Community College. Note how much airtime is expended on this. Note the fashions. Note Dave Ward. Of course, it's not like you didn't have a choice back then. As this pitch for advertisers from Channel 67(Huh?) shows, you could w ... More >>
Chris Gray10:09 p.m.: Like a proud momma when she sees her baby fly for the first time, that's what this is watching both Chris and Craig present awards to Alvin Community College's own Lost Fidelity, we're proud of them as well.10:10 p.m.: Best local song of the year belongs to Mechanical Boy wi ... More >>
Photos by Craig Hlavaty Last week, we railed on the big boys over at the Eagle and the Arrow for perpetrating hours and hours of Billy Joel and the Eagles on the ears of Houston. It seemed to us that between those two fighting for the same audience, it was in fact the listener who was losing. But we ... More >>
Alvin Community College's little radio station churns out young pros and the best rock in Houston
One man, one jambox and four walls. For 24 hours.
Galveston politics may get even more out of hand soon
Like little Energizer bunnies, electric-car proponents keep going and going and going
First Friendswood rallied to find Laura Smither. Then it rallied to find her killer.
James Surls and Charmaine Locke start a small-town art space