Over the Weekend: JFK, Via Colori, ArtCrawl and Ugly Buildings

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Short week coming up, which is awesome. Wait, did we just say awesome? We meant totally stressful. Let's get to it.

JFK's Assassination, 45 Years Later

Craig Hlavaty trucked up to Dallas to hang out with fellow conspiracy, um, buffs.

Via Colori

Margaret Downing spent some time in downtown, looking at the ground.

ArtCrawl Houston

Bill Olive hung out in the Warehouse District, gawking at the walkers.

Downtown's Ugliest Buildings

And John Nova Lomax counted down 77002's most horrific edifices.

Just three more days, and then it's time for a comfort-food coma. Which is actually going to be pretty awesome.

-- Keith Plocek

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