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Perfect Illusion: The Best of The Week

2 years ago by David Garrick
Now that the end of year is inching closer and closer, the last of the big tours in 2017 will be making their way into town. This week we'll see sets from the likes of Royal Blood, Susto, Actress, and Lady Gaga while locals like Giant Kitty, LIMB, and Velveteen...
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Meet the 2016 Houston Press Music Award Winners

3 years ago by Houston Press Music Staff
Houston is a transitory city where, with a few exceptions, longtime residents have little trouble taking big changes in stride. But even then, the past year has seen an unusually large number visited upon our music scene.
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The X Factor Results Show: Rhythm Method

8 years ago by Christina Uticone
The X Factor host, Steve Jones, is fast becoming one of the best, most hilarious parts of the show. His comedy is certainly unintentional, and often subtle: a fist pump, a rude comment hurrying the judges along, awkward hugs with musical guest stars (last night's was Rhianna). He's great to...
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Houston's Most Underrated Restaurants

4 years ago by Phaedra Cook
There are times when a food writer should rely on a personal base of experience to declare a restaurant or a dish “best in class—or, sometimes, explain why it isn’t. Other times, a food writer might be confronted with such a wealth of knowledge from the readership that it would...
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The X Factor: Lying Liars and the Lies They Tell

9 years ago by Christina Uticone
I suppose it was inevitable. After moving the early stages of The X Factor along at a fairly good clip, we have now moved into Phase 2 of this music competition: Interminably slow elimination rounds. After Wednesday's two-hour performances, America was invited to vote online, by phone, and even Twitter;...
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The X Factor: Judges' Houses Results, and On To the Live Show!

9 years ago by Christina Uticone
Last night The X Factor judges and producers stretched out 12 minutes of results into two full hours of repetitive footage and commercial breaks. The show used quick cuts of multiple hopefuls, intercut with footage of their judge/mentor breaking the news to create "suspense" about who would make the cut...
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The X Factor: Rain Delay and Judges' Houses

9 years ago by Christina Uticone
First, this recap was delayed because the Wednesday night baseball playoff game was rain delayed, canceling that night's X Factor episode--yet another reason for me to hate baseball. Second, naming the latest round of competition "the judges' houses" is really stupid. When the first phase is "auditions" and the second...
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The X Factor: Let's Go Halfsies

9 years ago by Christina Uticone
First, this recap was delayed because the Wednesday night baseball playoff game was rain delayed, canceling that night's X Factor episode--yet another reason for me to hate baseball. Second, naming the latest round of competition "the judges' houses" is really stupid. When the first phase is "auditions" and the second...
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The X Factor: Rock Night, Now with Less Rock

8 years ago by Christina Uticone
Last week on The X Factor: I was in Alaska and when I got home, my parents (our dogsitters) had erased the episode from my DVR to make room for Dancing with the Stars. After berating them, I consulted the Internet, which informed me that Houston's Stereo Hogzz were ousted...
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The X Factor: Learning To Let Go

9 years ago by Christina Uticone
Wednesday night The X Factor extended its two-hour format to two and a half hours, allowing us to see each team - Boys, Girls, Over 30s, and Groups - perform, as well as the judges' elimination decisions. While 2.5 hours is quite long, the fact that the show didn't get...

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