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  • The Art Guys: The Statue of Four Lies
    The Art Guys unveiled their latest project, "The Statue of Four Lies," yesterday in a ceremony on the University of Houston campus. In typical absurdist fashion, the event featured performance art, a petting zoo, the presence of Cougar cheerleaders and a stirring speech pointing out the...
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  • Smashing Pumpkins at Warehouse Live
    Looking fuller and broader than in years past, Corgan took the stage around 10:40 p.m. with his new-era Pumpkins behind him in front of a Warehouse Live crowd of almost 2,000. He looked giddy and playful at times, even during the night's most grueling new passages. The band, now consisting of...
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  • Stone Temple Pilots at The Woodlands
    It took a good hour past their stated stage time to get Stone Temple Pilots in front of the crowd at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion Sunday night. Our sources tell us that Weiland was still in transit to Texas when the gates opened. STP's last gig was Friday night in Tempe, Ariz., leaving...
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  • Doolittle: The Pixies at Verizon Wireless
    Since they stopped releasing new music almost two decades ago, the Pixies have become so venerated, so lionized, so pillaged and plundered by a generation or two of lesser artists, that they really have become more a legend than a band. Not until they go onstage with only four papier-mache...
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  • Sexy Godz Gala at Joanna
    Saturday night, 1401 Branard was packed with partiers celebrating in support of the Joanna, a quirky house/gallery known for loose, lively openings and an informal approach to art exhibits. For the Sexy Godz Gala, guests dressed as their favorite deities, and head honchos Brian Rod and Cody...
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  • Dog Day with the Astros
    Sunday was for the dogs at Minute Maid Park. Owners and their furry friends attended Houston Astros Dog Day and enjoyed a pet costume contest, giveaways and demonstrations from eBay Classifieds of the new Pets iphone App. All the pet power must have worked -- the 'Stros beat Cincinnati 4-3....
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  • BB's Beef & Hot Dog
    I opened the white box from BB's Beef & Hot Dog first. A package weighing about half a pound sat inside. The rich smell of Italian beef hit me even through layers of carefully wrapped white butcher paper. I peeled away the layers of paper as quickly as I could; they'd become saturated with au...
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  • Girls Gone Mild at Status
    The Girls Gone Wild crew at Status Saturday night found their crowd consisted more of men than flashy young women. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Rich's Dayglow Saturday Night
    Rich's was all glowsticks and glamour Saturday night. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • The Arms Room
    The Arms Room, one of the biggest gun stores in Texas, held its official grand opening party on Saturday, complete with a performance artist outside juggling and spinning fire, a clown making balloon animals, ESPN 97.5 FM, a barbecue stand, free cake, and of course a few blonde, tattooed girls...
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  • Fashiontini: Boutiques on the Runway
    A showcase for two of the cutest boutiques in town played out at the Hotel Sorella Thursday night. Coquette Boutique & Bistro and P.Jaiís filled the joint with ready-to-wear glory. Coquette Boutique is the quintessential east-coast-meets-European clothier of Houston. (Most of Aries Milan...
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  • KISS at The Woodlands
    There are those who say that KISS is dying. Fans have heard this before. It doesn't matter how many Farewell Tours they have, because they'll always bring a crowd. You can't trust the Internet, the newspapers, television or tomorrow. But you can trust that KISS can never die. Read the full...
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