Grocery stores and supermarkets have turned into places where we can not only buy food to cook at home, but also meals that are already cooked for us. In the summer of 2012, Packaged Facts, a research company in Rockville, Maryland, predicted that this category of foods would reach $32.45 billion i ... More >>
It's hard to find a band that reps Miles Davis in the same breath as much as they do Led Zeppelin, but Lionize are that band. Recording in Jamaica with Steel Pulse's Sidney Mills, supporting beardos like Kylesa, Clutch, and cKy? Yes, that's Lionize for you. Opening for Maylene & The Sons Of Disaster ... More >>
Eponymous: (of a literary work, film, etc) named after its central character or creator: The Stooges' eponymous debut album. On this day in 1983, a young woman from Michigan who had recently given up on a career as a hard-rock singer released her first album of electronic dance-pop, an album ... More >>
"Move back in with your parents! Let them worry about you!"There will be no guitars and Marshall stacks at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion this weekend, just "Pomp and Circumstance." As the Class of 2011 walks across the stage soon to be occupied by Peter Gabriel, Widespread Panic and Ki ... More >>
Verifying rumors that have been floating around the district for days, the Houston Independent School District just announced that Superintendent Terry Grier is bringing in a Maryland administrator as his new chief communications officer. Aggie Alvez replaces William "Lee" Vela who was hired ... More >>
How Elvis Costello turned his eclectic nature into career gold
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First Friendswood rallied to find Laura Smither. Then it rallied to find her killer.
And they're ready to make money the old-fashioned way: By outsmarting the big guys.