Over the Weekend: Radiohead, Gyro Eating, Tom Jones Memorial and Astros

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This was a weekend of opposites. Hot sun and cool breezes. Slick pop and sloppy dining. Death and rebirth. Let's get to it.

Radiohead in the Woodlands

The Brits returned to Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Saturday, May 17. We brought back words and pictures.

World Gyro Eating Championship

Grown men stuffed themselves silly at the Festival of Greece.

Memorial for Tom Jones

Yesterday saw a celebration of the life of Tom Jones, the Art Car Museum curator who was killed last week. Here are some pictures of the memorial on Heights.

Astros vs. Rangers

What happens when two teams on a roll crash into each other? One of them has to go down.

We've still got plenty of nightlife photos to come. See you in a few. -- Keith Plocek

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