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Over the Weekend: Mixed Media Music Series at MFAH, Astros at Minute Maid

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Welcome to a four-day week. Hell. Yeah. We hope Memorial Day treated y'all right. On with the show.

11:27 p.m. at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Voxtrot, Car Stereo (Wars), The Mathletes and Skull Gang Disco played the MFAH on Saturday, May 24, for the Starbucks Mixed Media Music Series. We got plenty of photos.

12:57 a.m. at an MFAH After-Party

The party didn't stop once everyone got kicked out of the museum. That's right. More photos.

Astros-Phillies at Minute Maid Park

The Astros won two of this weekend's three games against the Philadelphia Phillies, splitting the series two games apiece. You might want to blame the bullpen for Sunday's big loss. You might be wrong.

Did we mention it's a four-day week? Hell yeah we did. -- Keith Plocek

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