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  • Sushi Surprise at Sushi Miyagi
    Miyagi, who has been a sushi chef for more than 30 years by his own estimation, originally hails from Okinawa. The chain of islands to the south of Japan is famous for its seafood diet, and Miyagi is proud of his cultural heritage and the sushi skills he's perfected over the last three decades....
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  • Gaian Gathering at Lucky Strike
    Raccoon and bunny tails. Pirate and samurai hats. Pizza and bowling. Teenagers and snooping parents. Anime and Manga. Virtual versus the real world. And DJ Helsing behind the microphone on behalf of Gaia Online. That's what Saturday at Lucky Strike in Downtown Houston was about. PHOTOS BY...
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  • Save KTRU Protest at Rice University
    More than 100 staff, students, alumni and music fans from Rice University, the University of Houston and Rice's student-run radio station KTRU gathered on the Rice campus Sunday afternoon to protest the sale of the station to the University of Houston. PHOTOS BY BRITTANIE SHEY
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  • Pajama Party at the Foundation Room (NSFW)
    Saturday night the House of Blues hosted a Pajama Party in the Foundation Room complete with manicures, pedicures and lots of lingerie. Some images are semi-NSFW. PHOTOS BY MARK BRITAIN
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  • Young Jeezy and Slim Thug at Arena Theatre
    Slim Thug's unintentional wit and wisdom, which he displays regularly on Twitter, was firmly on display Saturday night as he performed at the Arena Theatre with Slim Thug. Read the review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
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  • Natalie Merchant at Verizon Wireless
    Natalie Merchant must either have always had the patience of a saint or simply instilled it in herself upon deciding to open her current tour with 90 minutes of material from new LP Leave Your Sleep - about two dozen (if you buy the expanded version) children's-themed poems from the 19th and...
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  • Screeching Weasel at Warehouse Live
    Screeching Weasel played Warehouse Live Friday night with local punk bands 30-Foot Fall and The Energy. Read the full review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
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  • Travie McCoy at Rich's
    Travie McCoy of the band Gym Class Heroes performed Thursday at Rich's as part of his solo debut. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Rebels Honky Tonk
    This weekend Rebels Honky Tonk on Washington celebrated it's one-year anniversary. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Rocks Off's Reduxion at Walters
    Thursday night we found out that the Kinks never age (not in Young Girls' hands), Fat Tony is a fucking star no matter how loosely he interprets the Too Short catalog and it's best to duck if The Burden is onstage, whether they're playing Black Flag songs or their own. Read a review of the...
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  • Dunny at DOMY
    Domy Books hosted a release and trading party for the Dunny 2010! series of vinyl collectable toys Thursday. Fans stood in line to purchase the Dunnys by the case in hopes of finding a rare or "chase" figure. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • Jack Johnson at The Woodlands
    The dirty secret about Jack Johnson is that he may be the closest thing this generation has to the iconic singer-songwriters our parents grew up with in the late '60s to the early '70s. Read the full review of his Wednesday night performance at The Woodlands Pavilion on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY...
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