Over the Weekend: Pearl Bar, Los Tios, Escalante's and Houston Aeros

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Greetings. Hope yours was as good as ours. Let's compare notes.

12:45 a.m. at Pearl Bar

Bill Olive prowled Washington and came back with some pics of ping pong, solid-color shirts and lots of cocktails.

A Tale of Two Taco Plates

Jay Francis did his best to impress an out-of-town visitor and wound up making a discovery of his own.

Chicago Wolves vs. Houston Aeros

John Royal went to the Aeros season opener and saw what the new guys could do.

We should have plenty of stuff from Westheimer Block Party coming up. Stay tuned. -- Keith Plocek

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