This Saturday night, a half-dozen bands, their fans and friends will gather at Taqueria La Macro on North Main for a remembrance of one of Houston's most significant historical moments of the last 50 years. The event is simply billed as "Remembering Joe Campos Torres." This week in 1977, Torres, a ... More >>
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