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  • Lesser-Known Live Aid Albums
    Monday is the 24th anniversary of Live Aid, the globally televised fundraiser for African famine relief organized by Boomtown Rats frontman Bob Geldof (now Sir Bob Geldof) that turned U2 into superstars, almost broke up Duran Duran and the Rolling Stones, reminded the world of Freddy Mercury's...
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  • Inaugural BBQ Cook-Off at Sam Houston Race Park
    Brave souls withstood the 100 degree weather on Saturday afternoon to spend the day at Sam Houston Race Park, where their Inaugural BBQ Cook-Off was being held alongside a washer contest and the daily horse races. Ribs were the order of the day, although most teams also had goodies like sausage...
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  • 11:30 p.m. at the Gallant Knight
    Houstonians turned out to celebrate the reopening of one of the city's favorite night spots, the Gallant Knight, which closed in 2006 after 34 years of business. The new Gallant Knight is located down the street at 2511 Bissonnet but serves up the same great music, drinks and atmosphere as its...
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  • Lawndale Art Center's Big Show 2009
    Winner for the Lawndale Art Center's annual open submission exhibition The Big Show 2009 were announced during its opening reception Friday night. Guest juror Laura Fried, Assistant Curator for the Contemporary Art Museum St. Louis, selected three winners from the 95 pieces that made it into...
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  • Flickr Photos of the Week: July 6th to 10th
    Each week, we showcase our favorite photos from the growing and vibrant Houston Press Flickr Pool. Submit your own photos from around town by clicking here.
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  • Music's Biggest Train Wrecks
    The rock star life is not known to be one of taste and self-restraint. That having been said, some rock stars (and pop stars, too) descend further into the depths than even their fellow musicians, and when you stand out as a disaster in such a field, it deserves recognition. In honor of...
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  • Midnight at The Drinkery
    Patrons enjoyed their Friday night at The Drinkery, the newest of the many bars along Washington Avenue, which opened in the spot that once housed coffee and breakfast spot The Daily Grind. PHOTOS BY BILL OLIVE
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  • 11 p.m. at The Lot
    Friday, July 3, found revelers drinking it all in at The Lot on Washington Avenue. PHOTOS BY BILL OLIVE
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  • Day of the Duo
    Today marks the anniversary of the introduction of John Lennon to Paul McCartney in 1957. Exactly seven years later would see the release of A Hard Day's Night, which would cement them as one of the greatest songwriting duos of all time. Here's a look at some other great songwriting duos who...
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  • 2009 Vans Warped Tour at Sam Houston Race Park
    What do you get when you mix punk rock, tattoos and a whole lotta heat? The 2009 Vans Warped Tour, which stopped at Sam Houston Race Park July 3. PHOTOS BY CRAIG HLAVATY
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  • Fourth of July in Photos
    We culled the best photos from the Houston Press Flickr pool of the fireworks and festivities at the citywide celebrations this Fourth of July.
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  • July 4 at 3700 Main
    With the sun beating down to the tune of 100 degrees in the shade and police checkpoints every mile or so, Rocks Off decided the most prudent way to spend his Fourth of July was to stay put. Luckily, the Island was hopping with a burlesque show and backyard barbecue at the Continental Club,...
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