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  • 6 years ago | Bayou City

    Hip-hop wise, as much as I support what people consider to be the Houston sound, it has always bothered me that in a city with so much culture, the base-line items are the only things that so many people ever see. Big, brightly painted cars with o...

  • 14 years ago

    An early-morning flight from Houston puts me at downtown Miami's Hyatt Regency at 10 a.m. Saturday, August 11. Still bleary from the previous night's activities, no way am I ready for the onslaught of what the hip-hop community calls ­"promoti...

  • 16 years ago | Special Events

    In a lot of places, summer is a time to throw open your doors and run outside to play play play the days away. That's not always the case in Houston, as the oppressive heat drives some folks into the air-conditioned comfort of their homes, and may...

  • 16 years ago | Special Events

    Whoa, Nelly, it's that time again, the summer concert season. You'd think that more bands would be forward-thinking enough to come visit us in the winter, rather than come sweat with us in the summertime, but every year they come, dragging us into...

  • 16 years ago | Special Events

    St.Patrick's Day Parade Route Parade starts at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 12. Free to the public.

  • 18 years ago

    Pittsburgh is much more than merely a town full of black-and-gold-clad unemployed steelworkers jamming to Christina Aguilera and the Cynics, and this year's Circuits of Steel Tour represents more than just a local musical movement trying to make g...

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