Wild On Washington Avenue: The Outtakes

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Washington Avenue is Houston's ne

west destination for young people and people trying to pass as young; hip people and those trying to remain hip; well-to-do and those who nurse a beer through the night.

It's also become a place where residents complain about drunks pissing in their yards at 2 a.m., where visitors find their cars towed with little in the way of warning; and where the douchebag factor can be off the charts in some establishments.

Three Houston Press writers took a look at the Washington Avenue phenomenon in this week's cover story, "Wild on Washington."

We've got slideshows and video to go along with it. First up, photos of the scene that didn't make the print edition.

Be sure to check out the feature for a comprehensive, scientific survey of the predators, the mating habits, and the culture, such as it is, of Washington Avenue, this decade's Richmond Strip.

Here's some more video goodness, for those of you who just can't get enough:

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