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  • Midtown Moussaka at Harry's
    Harry's is a Midtown institution, although you wouldn't know it from the exterior of the restaurant, which was remodeled in 2003. Founded in 1948 by Eugene Pavlovich as a blue-collar, blue-plate joint with a daily steam table, it catered mostly to area construction workers and other working men...
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  • Saturday's White Linen Night in the Heights
    Art lovers, wine drinkers and music fans gathered in the Heights Saturday night to celebrate White Linen Night, a block party and business open house of sorts featuring entertainment, shopping and more. PHOTOS BY KRISTEN EIDE
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  • Corporate Corruption Protest
    Local members of held a rally Tuesday taking aim at corporate control in Washington, delivering petition signatures to the Heights office of Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee and urging other elected officials to endorse the "Fight Corruption Pledge."
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  • John Hughes Party at Etro
    Eighties lovers danced the night away at Etro Friday in honor of iconic filmmaker John Hughes. The evening included a costume contest, Nagels on the walls and Farris Bueller on a big screen TV. to read our picks of recent movies that could have used a John Hughes soundtrack, them put on your...
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  • Sawyer Park Dodgeball Association
    Teams with names like The Facials and Moose Knuckle gather at Sawyer Park every Sunday to face off on the dodgeball court. PHOTOS BY SON LAM
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  • Houston Press Music Awards Showcase: The Bands
    Almost 60 local bands played 11 venues along a sprawling couple of miles of Washington Avenue during Saturday's HPMA Showcase. Concertgoers got a final chance to vote for their favorites and the party was closed out by an energetic set from indie favorites Matt & Kim. See the Rocks Off blog for...
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  • Houston Press Music Awards Showcase: The Crowds
    Houstonians braved a mid-afternoon rain shower, near 100% humidity, sweltering temperatures, cramped Washington Wave jitneys and even more packed bars to see some of the best bands in Houston perform at the 2010 HPMA Showcase this Saturday.
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  • Aerosmith with Sammy Hagar at The Woodlands
    Areosmith, together for nearly 40 years, played The Woodlands Pavilion Thursday night in their first tour since lead singer Steven Tyler left rehab. Read our review on Rocks Off. PHOTOS BY GROOVEHOUSE
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  • Tackling the 15 Pound Burger at French Press Cafe
    Four men attempted to eat a 15 pound burger in the French Press Cafe's inaugural burger eating contest on August 5. Did they succeed? Read on to find out. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
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  • BunB CD Release and Concert
    BunB celebrated the release of his new album, Trill OG with a meet-n-greet and autograph session at Greenspoint Mall's Music Depot Tuesday evening. Last night, he performed at House of Blues. The Source hip-hop journal gave the album it's first five-microphone rating in more than five years....
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  • Shrimp and Grits at Brennan's
    Executive sous chef Javier U. Lopez prepares shrimp and grits at the recently reopened Brennan's on south Smith Street. The restaurant caught fire in 2008 during Hurricane Ike and took nearly 17 months to rebuild, finally re-opening in February. Read our review. PHOTOS BY TROY FIELDS
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  • Imprisoned Hikers Vigil
    This Saturday Ben Felleman hosted a Free the Hikers' Vigil at Taft Street Coffee to raise awareness in Houston about the one year his cousin Josh Fattal, Shane Bauer and Sarah Shourd have now spent incarcerated in Tehran's Evin prison. Read an interview with Felleman and Fattal's mother. PHOTOS...
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