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There's nothing like a Gran City Pop to the balls, we're guessing. There's one man who says he knows: Houstonian Hector Vela says Latina singing sensation Paulina Rubio delivered a knee right to his babymakers last month at Bush Intercontinental Airport. Rubio and Vela were on the same flight from ... More >>
Houston's 10 best restaurants for pre-theater dining.
Critics say KTSU has lost its listeners, not to mention its soul, by ditching its cutting-edge music and many of its veteran DJs.
In the movie The Breakfast Club, there's a scene where the five main characters are sitting around the library and the topic of conversation lands on "What's the one thing you can do well?" As it turned out, the Geek was pretty good at making spaghetti, the Basket Case could play "Heart & Soul" on ... More >>
Patti LaBelle case: Airport worker told West Point about cadet incident, cadet gets suspendedThe former West Point cadet who's suing singer Patti LaBelle's entourage for allegedly assaulting him at Bush Intercontinental Airport last March has added an airport operations worker to the list of ... More >>
Patti LaBelle: Was she too excited?"Lady Marmalade" singer Patti LaBelle is a bloodthirsty she-demon, according to a lawsuit filed by a West Point cadet who says the golden-throated diva ordered her entourage to kick the holy hell out of him at Bush Intercontinental Airport last March. Filed ... More >>
Operation Excess Baggage hits homeFederal agents arrested a dozen baggage handler and airline employees in Detroit today for being ever so helpful to two drug rings, one operating from Jamaica and one from right here in Houston. Coke and weed were transported via baggage on regularly schedul ... More >>
Lauri Price: Now she's taking them to courtRemember Lauri Price, the former substitute teacher and mother of four who was arrested earlier this year at Bush Intercontinental Airport after returning home from Canada, where she was visiting her 16-year-old lover? Well, in case you didn't hear, the ... More >>
Japan is a mere 13 hours away The Texans cheerleaders are headed to Japan on a USO tour, because our brave service members want to hear what Matt Schaub is really like. Or maybe they want to look at cheerleaders.Texans cheerleader Lindsay (as always, first names only to deter stalker creeps) will ... More >>
courtesy of HCSOAaron StellyLove is strong as death; jealousy is cruel as the grave. -- BibleIt was around a quarter to 10 at night on St. Patrick's Day when Mark Collins pulled into a motel along the North Freeway, not far from George Bush Intercontinental Airport. As he exited his car, there wa ... More >>
This year Rocks Off added a few Flip cameras to our devastatingly amazing blogatory weapons. We have been taking as many live videos at shows as we possibly can, and what better way to show our thanks to the Flip this Thanksgiving weekend than by showcasing its powers? From Ghostland Observatory, s ... More >>
Get in, get out. Refugees have a shrinking window of support until it's time to fend for themselves.
Photo by respresMonday marks the 40th anniversary of what is now Bush Intercontinental Airport, the huge facility north of town that forever banished Hobby Airport to second-class (a much more convenient second-class, though, if you ask us.)IAH, as its known on luggage tags, was a modern marvel of l ... More >>
This hard-to-find sandwich stand is a little slice of NOLA on the Katy Freeway
The Art Guys share 25 years of "drawings, proposals, failed schemes and pipe dreams"
Christians send in money for prayer requests which may just go up in smoke
New Orleans mayoral candidates are looking for votes -- and finding them in Houston
The Art Guys make works from real food -- and things get rank
Inside George Bush Intercontinental Airport lies a city populated by drivers who sleep all night in their cabs to keep their place in line
Paul Druecke gets more than he bargained for with Bright Sun Partial Shade
Willie, Dylan, Kinky and the Ghost of Bob Willis descends on Fort Worth. Wack is there too.
Not all Houstonians revel in our God-given right to be loudly obnoxious
Was this the punch line to a bad racist, homophobic joke or a dry run for a terrorist bombing?
Is the Texas Book Festival protecting George W.?
The wild fight between an entrepreneur and the Galveston port for loot from cruise-ship lots
Pop-art star Peter Max hawks his wares in Houston
Foes of Mayor Lee Brown can't wait to see him gone. And a lot of his friends feel that way, too.
Houston artist David Adickes finds new homes for his massive presidential busts
The curse of the area rocket men continues with California convictions
Will four felonies spoil Four Families' Hobby deal?
He didn't duck an airport mob
Houston versus Dallas: We're family-run; they're chained up.
Continental Airlines helps out Lee Brown's re-election campaign
The mayor and his staff are using all means possible to get his name out
A watch and a pair of earrings come between two close socialite friends
Opponents dog plans for a Pearland-area pet crematory
Ellen Trevathan finds her own brand of salvation driving people to and from the city economy lot at the airport
Carlos Sosa promised to sell seized goods from the Port of Houston on the cheap. Many believed him. Until they learned he was a Customs Service snitch, and perhaps a con man on the side.
Not Ready for Prime Time. Continental may have taught the mayor how to fly right
The return of the convention center hotel plan
A Reporter's Manifesto
The life-suffocating Salvinia molesta has entered Texas waterways. It's green, fast and deadly.
Insider deals. Outrageous perks. Exorbitant salaries. No wonder Eddie Webster's taken a permanent vacation from the Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau.
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