At the end of 1995, Gary Louris had a problem. A big one. His band, the critically acclaimed, Minneapolis-based Jayhawks, was just starting to gain some commercial traction after a decade of existence at the front of the No Depression/Americana/alt-country pack. Their release earlier that year, Tom ... More >>
The seasons change, we spirit away our summer digs for some fall threads, and the Houston police are also mulling a change of dress. It's time for a uniform change. But they're as tight-lipped on the matter as Gucci planning its spring wear. This reticence may be related to the fact that Sergeant St ... More >>
When Rocks Off researched our hoodie history, we found its roots and its perceptions to be as complex and racially charged as the death of Trayvon Martin. The hoodie, of course, has become the visual rallying cry for Martin's supporters on Twitter and Facebook profile pages nationwide. While the ho ... More >>
Ads like this are the only reason to visit AmericanApparel.com...if you like that sort of thingIt's frustrating enough to shop for friends and family members during the holidays. Do I get my 80-year-old aunt a gift card to Kroger or H-E-B? Decisions, decisions. Unfortunately, some online mer ... More >>
And then there were five. Not the quite the five we expected, either: both Lil Rounds' reign of ineptness and Anoop "Ralph Lauren" Desai's bob-weave hit-or-miss streak have come to an end, cut short by American Idol voters. Justin Timberlake clone Matt Giraud apparently has the kind of luck usually ... More >>
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Local nightlife luminaries take the clothes to the clubs
A Letter Home to You (Self-released)
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Third-generation chef Hoi Fung channels his homeland into his namesake kitchen
End of the Game? Ralph Lauren 1, POLO Magazine 0
Tracy Byrd, Jim Hall and Pat Metheny
Money can't buy love. But it can buy polo.
Mick's Gulf Coast Grill cruises smoothly from Florida to Mexico
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Kenneth Goldsmith makes words art, and art words
Legends of the Fall is pretty, but only skin deep
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A battle with the city's premier bank leaves a former VP with the means to do good
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