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  • PETA Protest: Fur Free Friday
    PETA members & supporters demonstrated outside the Galleria as shopper streamed in and out for Black Friday sales. The protest was part of PETA's annual "Fur-Free Friday." Protesters said that the location was chosen as a point near to Neiman Marcus, Dillards, and Sakowitz Furs, all of which...
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  • Reduxion, With Tax the Wolf
    Who loves the sun? Tax the Wolf does. Dressed for the occasion in ties and turtlenecks, the Houston prog-rockers downshifted into downtown chic to cover most of the Velvet Underground's 1970 album Loaded at the return of Rocks Off's Reduxion Wednesday night at Walter's on Washington. With very...
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  • Burgers and Wine at Plonk: The Perfect Pairing
    This hidden spot in Oak Forest has a slightly rougher crowd and far better food than you'd expect to find at a wine bar. And we love it. PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS
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  • Rockets vs Phoenix at Toyota Center
    New nets weren't enough to wash away the Rockets' losing streak last night as the boys in red fell to the Phoenix Suns 123-116. Yao Ming, with an injured foot, sat the game out. It was the fourth defeat in a row for Houston, who are now 3-10 for the season. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • Sidewalks Come Alive: Via Colori
    The Via Colori Street Painting Festival took place this weekend as professional and beginner sidewalk chalk artists turned ordinary concrete in ephemeral works of art. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
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  • Urban Pioneers: Artcrawl 2010
    The 18th Annual open studios Art Crawl took place northeast of downtown this weekend as visitors where given the chance to roam through the work/live spaces of artists' warehouses. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
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  • Roger Waters' The Wall
    Roger Waters' solo career post-Pink Floyd enjoyed sporadic success, but it wasn't until his "In the Flesh" and Dark Side of the Moon tours that the idea of his revisiting The Wall again became a real possibility. That prospect came true for a sold-out crowd at the Toyota Center last night, as...
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  • Mai's Rebuilds for a Spring Reopening
    After 31 years serving late-night Vietnamese food in Midtown, Mai's burned down in February 2010. The restaurant plans to reopen in the spring with a modern new look, including expanded seating upstairs and a full bar downstairs. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
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  • Phosphene Dream: Black Angels at Warehouse Live
    Wednesday night at Warehouse Live, you could practically smell the Napalm as the Black Angels let fly one necromantic, woozy tone poem after another. Read our full review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
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