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DeVaughn Douglas

DeVaughn Douglas

Houston Press contributor DeVaughn Douglas is a freelance writer, blogger, and podcaster. He's written for Hip Hop publications including AllHipHop.com and Ozone Magazine. He is 1/2 of the In My Humble Opinion Podcast, 1/6 of the Virtual Reality Caravan Podcast, and 1/1 of the Sleep and Procrastination Society. (That last one isn't a podcast; he just procrastinates and sleeps a lot.)

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  • 1 month ago | Restaurant News

    Talk about piling on the degree of difficulty factor. To begin with, Kimico Frydenlund decided to move her start-up, Mico’s Hot Chicken, from a food truck to a brick and mortar in March — the same month that all sorts of restaurant restrictions we...

  • 3 months ago | Coronavirus

    Sometime last December the mysterious trailer for Tenet popped up on my phone. Scenes of John David Washington and Robert Pattinson speedily rappelling up a building, were followed by fancy people in suits doing spy things while characters spoke o...

  • 9 months ago | Concerts

    “You’ve got to listen real down deep,” whispered Jill Scott as she waved her hand and quieted the band behind her. The Philly songstress walked across the stage while addressing the sold out crowd at the Revention Music Center Sunday night. The wa...

  • 9 months ago | Concerts

    Traffic was backed up around the 610 Loop near Main Saturday as the rodeo kicked things off with a downtown parade. Ten minutes west down 610 at the entertainment center known as The Media Block John Fuggin Dough put on the third iteration of Live...

  • 9 months ago | Concerts

    Chants of “One More Time!” filled the ballroom of Warehouse Live. YBN Cordae looked back at his DJ and laughed at the overwhelming response. “Y’all want to do that again?” the North Carolina rapper asked the crowd as he walked back toward the cent...

  • 9 months ago | Concerts

    Key Glock, braced himself as he leaned out into the crowd. The lights in the House of Blues dimmed but the flash from the hundreds of camera phones in the packed house illuminated the Memphis MC and sparkling diamond chain draped around his neck. ...

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