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Major Flash Flooding Remains a Serious Issue in Southeast Texas

8 hours ago by Jeff Balke
At 2 p.m., a flash flood warning remained in effect for most of southeast Texas through later in the afternoon. Rainfall had lessened across the northern parts of the area, but it does continue to fall and portions of Fort Bend County are getting hit at the moment by a...
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One Last, Brutal Round with Imelda Before We Dry Out [UPDATED]

14 hours ago by Jeff Balke
Former Topical Storm Imelda apparently decided southeast Texas hadn't had enough rain just yet. A potent band of heavy rainfall producing, in some cases, three inches of rain per hour is sagging across northeast Harris County and points south and east toward Beaumont. This large band of rain should be...
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Soggy Weather Helps Create An Intimate Setting For Injury Reserve at House of Blues

16 hours ago by Cameron Martinez
A small crowd of those willing to brave the downpour of tropical depression Imelda gathered in The Bronze Peacock Room at The House of Blues Wednesday night to catch Arizona-based hip-hop trio Injury Reserve. While the threat of rain might have reduced the number of patrons, those in attendance were...
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We Get the Heart But Not The Edge In Every Brilliant Thing

16 hours ago by Jessica Goldman
Ice cream. Wonder Woman. Things with stripes. Spaghetti with meatballs. Being allowed to stay up late to watch TV. For any seven-year-old girl, this is a list of awesomeness. However, for one seven-year-old girl, these items have a tragic undertone. Her's is a list of all the brilliant things in...
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The Winter's Tale at the Alley Picks Up With a Move to the Country

16 hours ago by D. L. Groover
All hail Bohemia! Alley Theatre's handsome production finally catches sunshine when it moves to the exotic land far away from dour Sicilia, where the play begins. Officially Act IV in Shakespeare's radiantly transparent yet complex fairy tale, The Winter's Tale, the Bohemia sequence is Shakespeare as jester. He tosses off...
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Astros Win 100th, Clinch Playoff Birth

19 hours ago by Jeff Balke
In 2013, the Astros finished their third straight season with 100 losses. Only one other team had done that in MLB history. On Wednesday night, they won their 100th game of the season for the third straight year, something only seven other teams have ever accomplished. What a difference a...
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Clarence Clemons Doc Finds the Big Man Looking for Directions - But Not to E Street

19 hours ago by Bob Ruggiero
After Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band wrapped up their massive, September 11 memorial-heavy The Rising tour in 2003, sax player Clarence Clemons needed a break. A spiritual seeker – if not a particularly religious one – he decided to book a trip to China, in search of…something. There,...
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10 Best Bets This Weekend: Robert Frank on Film, Jeff Goldblum, and the Moon

19 hours ago by Susie Tommaney
Jeff Goldblum in concert, Bill Maher on satire, and the late Robert Frank on film are just a few of the stellar events this weekend in Houston. There's a two day jazz festival, experimental film by female artists, and the world premiere of a new dance by Houston Ballet's Oliver Halkowich...
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NFL Week 3: Texans at Chargers — Four Things To Watch For

19 hours ago by Sean Pendergast
If we've learned anything in the first couple weeks of the 2019 NFL season, it's that judging the difficulty of a team's schedule during the preceding offseason is folly. The Texans, on paper, and in June, had one of the hardest first seven game stretches of any team in football...
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Upcoming Houston Food Events: The Morning After, A Houston Press Brunch Event Returns

19 hours ago by Brooke Viggiano
Mark your calendars, because you don’t want to miss these deliciously fun culinary happenings: Pappas Bros. Steakhouse Downtown, 1200 McKinney, will host a Pinot for the People wine tasting on Thursday, September 26 at 5:30 p.m. Pappas’ sommeliers will highlight wines from the classic regions of Burgundy and Sonoma, plus...

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