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  • Month in Photos: May 2009
    May was a busy month in Houston as people took advantage of the last bit of bearable weather until November rolls around again. From the ridiculous (inflatable penises) to the sublime (Hermann Park and the downtown skyline from above), enjoy a trip back through May with our month in photos.
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  • Michelada Throwdown at Anvil Bar & Refuge
    Three of the city's top culinary talents - Bobby Heugel, owner of Anvil; Plinio Sandalio, pastry chef at Textile; and Jonathan Jones, head chef at Beaver's Ice House - met at Anvil this past Sunday for a Battle Michelada. Who would concoct the best Mexican cocktail of them all? Read the article...
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  • Sunday Afternoon at the Tattoo & Body Art Expo
    The world's largest tattoo expo rumbled through town over the three-day weekend, turning Reliant Center into a showcase for the most beautiful and most eccentric body art in Houston. Artists from around the world were on hand to meet their fans and leave their mark, so to speak, on a few lucky...
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  • 12:15 a.m. at Mango's
    Although it's a restaurant by day, you'd never know it at night. The hipster kids danced and preened at Westheimer's newest live music venue, Mango's, on Saturday night at the Wild Fruit Shack Up Dance Party to the sounds of Cee Plus. PHOTOS BY BILL OLIVE
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  • Memorial Day Weekend in Galveston
    Locals looking to enjoy a staycation and holidaymakers from further inland hit the shores this weekend in Galveston. East Beach and Apffel Park were crowded with sandcastles, soccer and suntan bottles as people soaked up the holiday in the sun. PHOTOS BY KATHARINE SHILCUTT
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  • Home Run Derby at Minute Maid Park
    Texans players stepped up to the plate for charity last week at the annual Reliant Energy Home Run Derby, and found out that they weren't much better than the Astros at knocking them out of the park. PHOTOS BY CRAIG HLAVATY
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  • Terra Cotta Warriors Opening at the Houston Museum of Natural Science
    The highly-anticipated Terra Cotta Warriors: The Guardians of the First Emperor of China exhibit opens this weekend at the HMNS. We attended the opening reception last night, where people were intrigued and fascinated by the exotic and delicate soldiers. PHOTOS BY OLIVIA FLORES ALVAREZ
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  • How-To Albums, Part 2
    More practical two-step advice from the bizarre mind of Bizarre Records' Nick DiFonzo. Get up to speed on Part 1 here.
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  • CRAVE Cupcakes Ups the Ante
    CRAVE Cupcakes has upped the ante in the recent and hotly-debated game of "Who Has the Best Cupcakes In Town" with their new line of Event Cupcakes. With personalized fondant toppers and unique flavors, such as their new line of breakfast cupcakes, the debate is sure to continue anew. PHOTOS BY...
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  • Albums Based on Literature
    It might not seem like it, but some musicians are actually pretty smart. And they read. Sometimes when they tackle a book or two, they'll come away so inspired they have to translate it to their own medium. Here, then, are some albums based on works of literature, so you can rock out instead of...
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  • Eleven Reasons Tofu Will Never Be the New Bacon
    When The Feed dared to ask the heretical question Is tofu the new bacon? we responded in kind by creating a list of the top reasons that bacon will always be Elvis and tofu will always be Kenny G.
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  • A Preview of Summer at Hermann Park
    Hermann Park isn't the same old park we grew up with anymore. With an infusion of funds and a recent facelift, the city's oldest park now has amenities and activities galore. Read more about the park's newest attractions and upcoming events in our Summer Guide, out now in the May 21 issue, and...
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