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Over the Weekend: City of Sin and ACL Fest

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We were up in Austin this weekend, so we apologize if this version of Over the Weekend is a little heavy on the ATX. But first things first...

The Best of Houston Party

Lucky's Pub was packed Thursday night for the launch party for this year's Best of Houston issue.

Austin City Limits Music Festival in Austin

We covered a lot of ground in Zilker Park, bringing back photos and reviews of Beck, Foo Fighters, Sharon Jones, Against Me!, David Byrne, Erykah Badu, Bavu Blakes, Jenny Lewis, Octopus Project, Hot Chip, Old 97's, Drive-By Truckers and plenty of other bands.

We had a great time, but it's good to be back. -- Keith Plocek

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