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  • Excerpts from Lesbian Sex: 101 Lovemaking Positions
    When this book from Jude Schell came across our desk, we just knew it was the perfect way to help supplement our sinful Best of Houston issue.
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  • 9:30 p.m. at Avant Garden
    One way to tell things are getting back to normal: At a benefit for the Houston Food Bank on Saturday, September 20, the cops stopped by to hand out a noise citation. PHOTOS BY BILL OLIVE
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  • Silver Jews at Walter's on Washington
    On Thursday, September 18, the sight was painfully familiar: a crowd of people in a parking lot, waiting. But instead of water, ice or MREs, this group desperately needed some kind of shared experience that didn’t involve clearing debris or scavenging for supplies - in short, music (really...
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  • The Journey to High Island After Hurricane Ike
    We heard High Island was a real island immediately after the storm, but we made it there on September 18 by car...eventually. Click here for a dispatch from Craig Malisow and here for video from Daniel Kramer.
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  • The Aftermath of Hurricane Ike in Chambers County
    It’s probably safe to say that other than the communities on the Bolivar Peninsula, no places in Texas were ravaged worse by Hurricane Ike than the bayside Chambers County towns of Oak Island and Smith Point. Click here for a dispatch from John Nova Lomax.
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  • Hurricane Ike Slams into San Leon
    Businesses, homes and cars were destroyed, and plenty of folks wound up with boats in their yards. Click here to read John Nova Lomax's account of his September 17 visit to the quaint little drinking village with a serious fishing problem.
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  • Hurricane Ike Slams into Seabrook
    More images of Gulf Coast destruction from Saturday, September 13
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  • Hurricane Ike Slams into Baytown
    The swell was anything but, as these photos from Bayland Marina attest.
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  • Hurricane Ike Slams into Houston
    When the storm hit town in the early morn of Saturday, September 13, it flooded roads, snapped trees, prevented firefighters from saving a culinary landmark and shattered windows on a downtown skyscraper. UPDATE September 13, 2014: Five years after Hurricane Ike roared through the area,...
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