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  • Katrina Annversary Second Line Parade
    Sunday, to commemorate the 5-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, Dave & Busters on Richmond Ave. hosted a Katrina refugee reunion and NOLA-style second line parade. About 500 people showed up. Read the full story on Hair Balls. PHOTOS BY MARK BRITAIN
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  • Bohemeo's Baja Vibe
    The story of how Bohemeo's came to be is fascinating enough, but equally intriguing is the decent, inexpensive food it serves alongside. No one seems to expect this little coffee shop in the East End to begin with, much less expect good food from it. Read the full review in Dining. PHOTOS BY...
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  • Sheryl Crow at The Woodlands
    There is a mile-wide disparity between what Sheryl Crow is doing now and what her fanbase wants her to do, which was evident on Friday night at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Touring behind a Memphis-style soul-inflected album, 100 Miles To Memphis, with an 11-piece backing band isn't...
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  • Mana I Ka Hula
    Ka Pa Hula 'Umoumou, a traditional hula school in Houston, organized a hula dancing and chanting workshop and competition this weekend that brought dancers from three states to perform on the stage of the Stafford Center. PHOTOS BY BRITTANIE SHEY
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  • Theater District Open House
    British actor Kenneth Haigh once said “You need three things in theater: the play, the actors and the audience-and each must give something.” Houston’s Theater District had that in mind when they hosted the 17th annual Theater District Open House on Sunday. PHOTOS BY ANTHONY NGUYEN
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  • BrewHaHa: Brewmasters International Beer Festival
    Beer lovers gathered on Galveston Island over Labor Day weekend for a chance to sip suds from more than 100 breweries during the island's first Brewmaster's International Beer Festival. The festival organizers hope to make the event an annual occurrence. This year was a success -- the BrewHaHa...
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  • High School Football In Full Swing
    The east stands were alive and doused in red, with chants of "Ka-ty! Ka-ty! Ka-ty!" before the team had even taken the field. The number of dancers and cheerleaders rivaled that of the football team. Once the players broke through the massive banner, the roar of the crowd reached a new level....
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  • Labor Day Weekend on Galveston Island
    As summer entered its final throes, families gathered on Galveston Island's Stewart Beach to play in the sun, with waves enhanced by the approach of Tropical Storm Hermine. PHOTOS BY BRITTANIE SHEY
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  • Meat Loaf and Pearl at House of Blues
    Meat Loaf decimated House of Blues Saturday night for nearly three hours of pneumatic dick cannons, theatrical stomp, lights and his own burly-bear countenance. He also managed to throw down almost 15 songs for good measure, playing until our feet hurt from standing and our faces were...
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  • Creed at The Woodlands
    Back in the late '90s, when Creed was at their most popular, apathy wasn't really a thing yet. Consumers didn't understand that the appearance of not caring about anything was what made you awesome. Believing was cool; but those days are dot dot dot. The fetishization of aloofness permeates the...
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  • Tailgating Texans vs Cowboys
    The Texans played their first pre-season home game Saturday night, beating the Dallas Cowboys 23-7. Troops of Texans fans (and a few Cowboys fans too) showed up early to Reliant Stadium to tailgate before the game. PHOTOS BY MARCO TORRES
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  • Talib Kweli at House of Blues
    Once upon a time, Talib Kweli was poised to become a mainstream hip-hop success. His blend of conscious rhymes with accessible beats made him a force in rap. But Kweli could never figure out how to make that big leap without compromising his message. The reason to continue to root for dudes...
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