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Sammy's

13 years ago
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Sammy's at 2016 Main Announces Partial Closure Until June

10 years ago by Craig Hlavaty
Rocks Off received an e-mail late Wednesday afternoon detailing the temporary partial closure of venerable downtown nightspot Sammy's at 2016 Main coming after the club's New Year's Eve festivities with Sammie Relford and Faye Robinson & the Mid-City Players. The venue, open since 2005, sent out a press release titled...
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7th Annual Houston Press Menu of Menus Extravaganza

11 years ago by Blake Whitaker
The 7th Annual Houston Press Menu of Menus Extravaganza is food heaven. That may seem like a bold — and slightly sacrilegious — assertion, but the chance to sample specially prepared signature dishes from more than 30 local restaurants is enough to make anyone feel moved by the gastronomical spirit...
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Menu of Menus Extravaganza

8 years ago by Abby Koenig
Calling all foodies and anyone else who enjoys some good eats: The Houston Press’s celebrated evening of food and drink, The Menu of Menus Extravaganza presented by Stella Artois, is firing up the grill. For ten years, the annual event has attracted hundreds of hungry Houstonians, who spend the night...
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What's in a Name?

12 years ago by Shea Serrano
The size of a man's hands and feet is related to the size of his, er, penis, if you catch our drift. (Wink.) Or so claims singer Faye Robinson. "If a man has fat hands and long ol' feet," bellows Robinson during a Saturday-night performance of the Rolling Stones' "Satisfaction"...
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Upcoming: 2 Chainz, Andrew W.K., Ben Folds, Chelsea Wolfe, Gov't Mule, Guns N' Roses, Julieta Venegas, Tom Jones, etc.

3 years ago by Tex Kerschen
A constantly updated guide to upcoming concerts in the Greater Houston area.
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Remembering I.J. Gosey, Great Bluesman But Even Better Man

5 years ago by Chris Gray
Sunday afternoon, the Houston blues community will gather at The Big Easy to remember a hero unsung to practically everyone else in the Bayou City except them: I.J. Gosey, who passed away due to natural causes last month at age 78. Performers at the five-hour tribute include Gosey’s former band...
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Food and Fun Festival: Houston Press's Menu of Menus

10 years ago by Geri Maria Harris
The Houston Press's annual gastronomical extravaganza, Menu of Menus, is fast approaching. Last year was my first year to attend and let me tell you, it was amazingly fun. Walking from booth to booth and sampling so many styles and flavors of cuisine was not only a treat, but surprisingly...
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Before We Go: House of Blues' "Rock & Roll" Night, Tontons, Gallant Knight, a Willie D Tribute, Britney Returns and More

11 years ago by Chris Gray
Tonight, see how - or where, anyway - the beautiful people kick back at House of Blues' new weekly "Rock & Roll" night in the venue's ultra-plush and oddly brothel-like Foundation Room (entrance on Dallas Street), with no cover, $3 beer and whiskey, tunes curated by Metropol/Stuka/Mink veteran Tim Murrah...
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Blow Out

10 years ago by Chris Gray
Believed to date back to an ancient Chinese wind instrument called the sheng, the harmonica as we know it today was developed in Europe in the early 19th century. A distant cousin of the oboe and bassoon, the pocket-size instrument truly came into its own in the New World —...

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