Whirlwind Weekend: See What You Missed

This weekend was a whirlwind of activity, from the stunning University of Houston victory over Texas Tech to the Texans' crushing loss to the Jaguars, from packed Midtown nightclubs to wine tastings on verdant lawns, from the commercial rock of Staind and Creed to a retro revival at the House of Blues, which hosted The Psychedelic Furs, Happy Mondays and a Disco Anniversary Party. See what you missed (or didn't, you party animal) below in this weekend in pictures.

The House of Blues hosted a Disco-Retro first anniversary party in its Foundation Room. See more photos from the night here.

Cougar fans aren't to be outdone when it comes to pre-game partying. For more photos from the festivities, click here.

U of H stunned college football fans everywhere by beating the red straight out of Texas Tech on Saturday night. For more photos from the game, click here.

Sipping and strolling were on order at the Italian Cultural Center on Saturday afternoon, as The Wine Conference hosted wine fans and experts for a day of tastings and classes. For more photos, click here.

Rich's never fails to have a packed dance floor, and this weekend was no exception. For more photos from the party, click here.

Thousands of fans got sitters for Friday night and decamped upon The Woodlands to "enjoy" the soulless "hard rock" sounds of Staind and Creed. For more photos of the madness, click here.

Fans of the 80s and early 90s (the 90s are the new 80s, you know) packed the House of Blues on Saturday night to see Shaun Ryder's reanimated corpse play with Happy Mondays to relive Pretty In Pink with The Psychedelic Furs. For more photos from the shows, click here.

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