Over the Weekend: Art Cars, Rice Village and Astros, Astros, Astros

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First off, we'd like to express sympathy to the friends and family of Tom Jones, photography curator for the Art Car Museum, who tragically was killed after this year's parade. It was a shitty end to what is always a wonderful event.

Houston Art Car Parade

We'll have more photos shortly, but for now here are some offerings from the inimitable Craig Hlavaty.

Late Night in Rice Village

Bill Olive hit the town once again and brought back a bunch of snaps, all for you.

Astros Sweep the Dodgers

Say what? Third place? Berkman still on a roll? Believe it.

Happy Monday, y'all. Coming up: Miss Pop Rocks gets drunk on addiction (and Miller Lite). -- Keith Plocek

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