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  • Anubis Installation: King Tut Fever Hits the MFAH
    It was a welcoming fit for a king. Workers installed a 25-foot-tall, 7-ton statue of the ancient Egyptian god Anubis in front of the MFAH today to promote the upcoming exhibit Tutankhamun: The Golden King and the Great Pharoahs. PHOTOS BY BRITTANIE SHEY
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  • New York Fashion Week Spring 2012
    Photographer Jay Marroquin hit the streets of the Big Apple for New York Fashion Week's Spring 2012 collections, snapping pics of everyone from model Iman to designer Carlos Campos and several stunning collections in between.
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  • Ike Jime: Gulf Fishermen Go for Bust with Sashimi-Grade Fish
    In Corpus Christi, Jim Naismith is catching and selling sashimi-grade fish from the Gulf of Mexico. He's not only the last commercial fishing vessel left in the area, he's the only one in Texas processing Gulf fish to this high standard. Will it help save a dying industry? PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • Pray the Gay Away Protests
    Protesters lined the Sugar Creek Baptist Church in response to Exodus International's "Love Won Out", a day-long seminar that teaches young homosexual Christians to straighten out their gay impulses. PHOTOS BY MANDY OAKLANDER
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  • Texans vs Colts: 34-7
    The Texans looked like a brand new team in the first game of regular season play, beating the Colts 34-7 following an emotional pre-game dedication to the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11. Be sure to also check out our updated interactive game card. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
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  • Sept. 11 Heroes Run
    The Travis Manion Foundation hosted the 2011 9/11 Heroes Run at Ellington Field Sunday. The organization's goal is to never forget the sacrifices of all of the Heroes of September 11th - veteran, first responder, and civilian. Proceeds from the charitable walk/run benefited military and police...
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  • Check Up Art Show (sNSFW)
    Letter F Gallery presented the opening of Check Up on Friday, an exhibition inspired by the idea of a doctor's office as a charged psychological space. For one week, the work will inhabit the abandoned one story maze of private rooms, alcoves, and waiting rooms at 2808 Milam Street. Artists in...
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  • Escobar Hopping
    Escobar was the place to be Friday night, with guys and gals in their finest kicking off the weekend in style. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Glenwood Cemetery Tour with GHPA
    GHPA's Glenwood Cemetery Walking Tour is coming up September 11. Catch a glimpse here of what you may see on the tour. For full details check out our blog. PHOTOS BY COURTNEY RIEDMANN
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  • Art on Par: Artist-Designed Putt Putt Course at Discovery Green
    The Insperity Golf Experience, a 9-hole mini golf course, opened at Discovery Green this month featuring holes designed by a local Houston artists. The course was curated by Clint Willour with various holes designed by The Art Guys, Elaine Bradford, Bill Davenport, Noah Edmundson, GONZO247 of...
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  • Oasis in the Desert: Casablanca Brings Moroccan Food to Houston
    It's a little curious we don't have more Moroccan food in Houston, considering the breadth and depth of other available cuisines. But Casablanca remains one of only two places in town — Saffron being the other — that serve authentic couscous and tagines. PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS
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  • Brazilian Festival at Jones Plaza
    Dancers and diners mingled downtown for a celebration of all things Brazilian at the Brazilian Arts Foundation's Brazil Festival. PHOTOS BY FRANCISCO MONTES
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