Three bands brought their own unique brands of blues to the Meridian last night. And later in the evening, a fight brought the party to a stop, but not before we got a few good shots of our own in. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
The 85,000 square foot store on FM 2920 at Spring-Cypress, just off I-45, will soon be Spring's newest and largest grocery store. Its grand opening will take place on November 11. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
Half of the fun (fun fun) of a festival like Fun Fun Fun isn't the performers onstage - it's the freaks and geeks, fairies and hairies in the crowd. They were out in force at Austin's Waterloo Park this weekend. PHOTOS BY CRAIG HLAVATY
All Hallows Eve is right around the corner, so Rocks Off asked Houston's Nick DiFonzo - album-cover connoisseur, proprietor of bizarrerecords.com and author of Seriously Bad Album Covers (available at Cactus Music and Antidote) - to pull some of his collection's most ghoulish examples.
From coast to coast, gays and lesbians took to the streets with pride.
For more photos see:
SF Pride Parade 2012 (NSFW)
The 2012 Seattle Pride Parade
Houston Pride 2012: Live Out Proud
Pridefest 2012 - St. Louis
Twin Cities Pride 2012
Gay Pride Parade Lights Up New York
Saturday at 2012 Denver...
Punk, indie and metal bands new (Young Widows, The Sword) and old (Jesus Lizard, Shonen Knife), as well as scores of their fans, descended on Austin's Waterloo Park this weekend for the fourth annual Fun Fun Fun Fest. We got caught in the mosh. PHOTOS BY MARC BRUBAKER
Eleven of Houston's best chefs and their teams assembled at brand new restaurant Stella Sola on Sunday afternoon to shuck oysters, create complex dishes for the judges and heckle each other mercilessly in front of a crowd of hundreds. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
In addition to the Gun Show, George R. Brown hosted another testosterone extravaganza this weekend: The Guy Expo. Featuring a plethora of cheerleaders, college football, beer, cigars, video games and man food, it was every man's paradise on Saturday afternoon. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT