Over the (Long) Weekend: Status, Notsuoh and MLK x 2

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Apparently there's some kind of political thing happening in a few hours that's supposed to be a big deal, but we'll pause here for a quick sec to look back at the long weekend.

12:26 a.m. at Status

We start things off on San Jacinto, where Bill Olive started his Saturday night prowl...

1:30 a.m. at Notsuoh

And then he went to Houston's favorite backwards nightspot...

MLK Youth Day Parade in Downtown Houston

Young Houstonians turned out to celebrate Dr. King on Saturday afternoon...

Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade in Downtown Houston

...while Houstonians of all ages showed up on Monday to see Chamillionaire and company sing praise for King.

Stay tuned. We've got plenty more inauguration coverage to come.

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