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  • Ren Fest 2010
    Ahh, ye olde Texas Renaissance Festival, the time when lovers of legend and yore can let their freak flags fly in Plantersville, TX. If you haven't made it to the Ren Fest yet, you've got until the weekend after Thanksgiving to make it. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Heart at House of Blues
    It wasn't until we started digging back into Heart's material that we remembered just how much of their catalogue provided a framework for AOR and classic-rock radio. Sure, everyone remembers "Barracuda" and "Magic Man" - or should, anyway - but the Wilson sisters flat-out owned the Dazed and...
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  • Street Art for Tropical Storm Allison
    Wednesday night, street artist Daniel Anguilu held a fundraiser to benefit his new project: a massive mural covering the entire surface of a four-story Midtown building that was flooded and left dormant by Tropical Storm Allison. The event took place at Nouveau Antique Art Bar, across the...
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  • Rich's Freakshow in Disguise
    Rich's monthly Freakshow night took a ghoulish turn this weekend with the celebration of Halloween. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Little League Saints of the Fifth Ward
    Carlos Honore and his wife Tatum started up a youth football league out of nothing in an area of Houston not much known for opportunity or hope. PHOTOS BY CHASEN MARSHALL
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  • Famous Philly Cheese Steaks at Pappa Geno's
    "This is about as authentic as it gets," my friend Jim Parsons remarked as he took another bite of Pappa Geno's steak and cheese sandwich on a recent Tuesday evening. It's good to have friends who appreciate messy, drippy sandwiches as much as I do. And it's great to welcome Pappa Geno's, a...
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  • Die Antwoord at Stereo Live
    It was industrial, grating, disorienting, sweaty, funky, hilarious and altogether like nothing we had ever seen in our lives. The world of South Africa's Die Antwoord is a grimy, alluring place, and they brought an hour of it to Houston Monday night at Stereo Live. Read the full review on Rocks...
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  • Rocktober 2010: The Month in Photos
    It was a month for parties and costumes (of the Halloween and the burlesque kind) that saw Houston's first Fashion Week and the first time Gorillaz toured the US. Relive October with our Month in Photos slideshow.
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  • Ghoulsfest featuring Daniel Johnston, Macy Gray and Bad Brains
    GhoulsFest had everything going for it Saturday except one rather important detail: People. It felt... well, haunted. Normally, that would be an excellent thing to say about anything happening on Halloween weekend - except possibly a music festival where a few thousand people were expected to...
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  • Pics from the Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear
    If you didn't get to the rally site by 9 a.m., you were likely out of luck when it came to finding a spot to join your fellow liberals in politely chuckling at the antics of Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, and...Father Guido Sarducci? Were Waylon Flowers and Madame busy? Inevitably, one has to...
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  • Major Lasers: Ghostland Observatory at Warehouse Live
    As Rocks Off approached Warehouse Live Friday, we were treated to a group of construction workers and true Halloween-costume fashion, of course. We may have been one of the few crowd members who didn't get the costume memo. Many were packed in like sardines marinated with liquor and...
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  • Critical Massacre
    Critical Mass, the monthly bike ride to increase the visibility of cyclists to drivers, celebrated Halloween with a superhero costumed ride that ended with a party at Liberty Station. Critical Mass rides the last Friday of every month. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
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