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YELO Will Hello This Summer, Sam's Fried Chicken and Donuts Closes

28 days ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
YELO, 231119 Colonial Parkway, will open in late summer. Cuc Lam and Alex Au-Yeung will open the collaborative banh mi restaurant in Katy Asian Town  in the spot next to Au- Yeung's Malaysian restaurant, Phat Eatery. The all day concept will specialize in craft banh mi and specialty coffee and...
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Shipping Dogs Out of State to a Better Life or Hell. Who Knows?

2 months ago by Craig Malisow
For more than a year, a Huntsville-based animal rescue group has been picking up dogs from municipal shelters in and around Houston and sending them to a Connecticut shelter with a history of animal cruelty. According to one source close to the operation, the Texas dogs transported along this route...
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30 Days of No Caffeine, No Alcohol: Week Two

10 months ago by Kate McLean
Namaste ladies and gentleman — we’ve made it 12 days no caffeine, no alcohol, and I have to say my body feels a little less laser party, a lot more Steel Pulse, and Dave Mathews Band still makes me want to punch someone in the face. Life is good. A...
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The South Rises Again on Dixie Dregs Reunion Tour

2 years ago by Bob Ruggiero
It’s been just a week since the Dixie Dregs launched their reunion tour when guitarist Steve Morse is on the line. The trek called “Dawn of the Dregs,” marks the first time that the classic mid-‘70s lineup which released the band’s first two albums The Great Spectacular (1976) and Free...
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The DIY Podcast Collective Giving Houston an Alternate Voice

2 years ago by Meredith Nudo
Mocking Bird Network launched in January 2016 and since then has given a voice to Houston comedians and cultural commentators from a diverse range of backgrounds.
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VOICE MEDIA GROUP SHEDS LEGACY NEWSPRINT OPERATIONS IN HOUSTON AND LOS ANGELES

2 years ago by Voice Media Group
Voice Media Group announced today that the Houston Press ceased print publication with its November 2 edition, capping a 28-year run as one of the nation’s leading alternative weekly newspapers and concluding a wild ride as an irascible and irreverent part of Houston’s cultural fabric. Although the Press successfully steered...
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Colorado Man Sues Over Lottery Scam Involving Sugar Land Businessman

3 years ago by Craig Malisow
While two of the fixers in a multi-state lottery rigging have been convicted, the fallout from their scheme continues, this time with a lawsuit against Colorado Lottery. Filed last week in Denver County District Court by Amir Massihzadeh, the suit claims that Massihzadeh is owed a bigger payout because he...
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21 Best Things to Do in Houston This Week: A Soaked City Searches For Amusements

3 years ago by Houston Press
Check out the Houston Press calendar for even more things to do — then make sure these events are still happening.
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Hit By Bounced Check Complaints, Beer Nation Has an Owner With an Interesting Past

3 years ago by Craig Malisow
When we saw KPRC's story on employees of the two-month-old Beer Nation complaining about bounced paychecks, we were curious about general manager Larry Kakos' claim that the joint was the first restaurant its unnamed Michigan-based owners ran. Besides being a weird excuse, it's the kind of thing that could be...
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Texas Sues FDA — Again — to Obtain Sketchy Execution Drugs From Overseas

3 years ago by Meagan Flynn
Texas is not giving up on its shipment of execution drugs that the U.S. Food & Drug Administration has already deemed illegal. On Wednesday, the state sued the FDA — for the second time — in attempt to get its lethal injection drugs back from the feds, who confiscated 1,000...

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