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Tom Wolfe: Blood Lines

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Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
The War With Grandpa

17 days ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: The War with Grandpa Describe This Movie In One Mr. Show with Bob and David Quote: BOB: Fifty-four percent ... 1982 ... rump roast? It all makes sense! The oldies are not goodies! Brief Plot Synopsis: The Boomer vs GenZ conflict gets physical. Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The...
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Reviews For The Uneasily Quarantined:
The Trial Of The Chicago 7

24 days ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title: The Trial of the Chicago 7 Describe This Movie In One "Book Revue" Quote: THE WOLF: You can't do this to me! I'm a citizen, see! Brief Plot Synopsis: Incarcerated radicals struggle to become free. Free radicals. Is this thing on? Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The Film: 3 [Pentagon]...
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Tom Wolfe Gets Back to Blood,

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Rudyard's Gets an Instant Makeover

8 months ago by Jesse Sendejas Jr.
Lelia Rodgers remembers the band that played the night Rudyard’s first opened its upstairs live music show space. It was a Thursday night in 1997, she said, and the headliner was Moses Guest. When the band members arrived, they were confused by the changes made to the venue, which was...
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Reverse Mortgage Lenders May Be the Big Bad Wolf

3 years ago by Craig Malisow
In early August 2016, 73-year-old Mary Taylor opened her mail and found some shocking news: The southwest Houston home she’d lived in for more than 30 years was in foreclosure. Five months earlier, she had received a certified letter from a company she’d never heard of, Reverse Mortgage Solutions, saying...
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The Doobie Brothers Revisit Pivotal Records

1 year ago by Bob Ruggiero
When most people think of PBS programming, shows featuring 18th century English castles and tea rooms, home improvement, quilting, and cooking programs, or Ken Burns documentary rotoscope fiestas come to mind. But this month, good viewers of public television will see something a bit different as an enticement during Pledge...
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Tyler Childers Evokes Kentucky Every Night, Everywhere

2 years ago by David Ensminger
With a voice that seems impure, authentic, and down-to-earth mesmerizing, Tyler Childers' narratives convey the forgotten places in the midlands of America — coal mine territory, river bed afternoons, gas station crime sprees, bills and babies. Part of his songs are pastoral reflections on places, like ducks in the reeds, while others tell the tales of pills poisoning communities, desperation felt in economic downturns, and people dealing with untimely death and unsteady love. As he has racked up millions of hits on YouTube and Spotify, he has not morphed into a Nashville country phony. Instead, he continues to offer his rural-focused, scruffy insight into lives that usually don't end up on mainstream television and FM tunes.
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James Beard Foundation Says Thanks For the Hospitality Houston, But No Awards For You

2 years ago by Houston Press
Talk about a wipe out. Despite the nominees announcement dinner being held in Houston last night, not a single Houston chef, bar or restaurant was named today as a nominee in the 2019 James Beard Awards. No nominees, means no winners this year. All those happy faces at last night's...
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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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