Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Jesse’s been writing for the Houston Press since 2013. His work has appeared elsewhere, notably on the desk of the English teacher of his high school girlfriend, Tish. The teacher recognized Jesse’s writing and gave Tish a failing grade for the essay. Tish and Jesse celebrated their 33rd anniversary as a couple in October.
4 days ago | Houston Music
Ask Craig LeMay and Roby Deaton, the Houston musicians and namesakes behind the Deaton LeMay Project, and they’ll tell you timing is everything. It’s certainly critical to their style of progressive rock. They believe their debut album, Day After ...
18 days ago | Coronavirus
If you’re binge watching television shows during your sudden self-quarantine, here’s a recommendation from a fellow television and music lover. Hulu’s High Fidelity, a reboot of the 2000 John Cusack film and Nick Hornby novel, is entertaining and ...
21 days ago | Houston Music
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24 days ago | Houston 101
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30 days ago | Concerts
The Eagles Toyota Center March 6, 2020 When does a concert review require a spoiler alert? Well, let’s say a band’s engagement in your city is a multi-night affair. That might be the time, if you’ve covered the opening night, to alert those who pl...
1 month ago | Things To Do
Mad Whitaker sounds almost unreasonably comfortable discussing crippling creative blocks, the ingrown fear that stifles life goals and the grit required to take an unflinching look at one’s self in order to grow. Whitaker’s no self-help guru, but ...