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Streaming Concert Watch 5/6: Midland and More

23 days ago by Matthew Keever
It has been nearly two months since I attended a concert. Post Malone's performance at the Toyota Center in March was my last, and I've lost track of how many I've missed during this pandemic. So while we continue mourning the closures of some of our favorite live music venues...

Streaming Concert Watch 4/29: Ryan Bingham and More

30 days ago by Matthew Keever
Another week has come and gone without live music, and I mourn with the rest of you. In lieu of in-person concerts, there are a lot of great shows we can enjoy from the comfort of our own homes while we continue adhering to social distancing guidelines. I've compiled a...

Gadhafi: Libya's a Lot Like Waco

9 years ago by Richard Connelly
Libya leader Muammar Gadhafi, (a.k.a. He Of Many Spellings), the absolute top man these days for giving bizarre speeches who isn't named Charlie Sheen, rocked the house again today. In a sprawling speech that sometimes, but not too often, flirted with reality, Gadhafi said the young protesters had been given...

The Waco Biker Gang Shooting Investigation Is a Complete Mess

4 years ago by Leif Reigstad
It's been nearly a year since nine bikers were killed in a chaotic shootout between the Cossacks and Bandidos gangs at a Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, and we still don't know much about what happened or who did what. And while 177 bikers we arrested at the scene, we...

Biker Kingdom: Who Are the Cossacks and What Happened in Waco?

4 years ago by Julie Lyons
Rattle Can was a real person. His family wants you to know that. He was a “big ol’ bear” of a man, tall and strong and slightly rotund, with a long, ginger beard hiding a strong-jawed, handsome face. His given name was Jacob Lee Rhyne, though most people called him...

This Week in Houston Food Events: Fat Tuesday Boils and Go Texan Day Eats

3 months ago by Brooke Viggiano
Here's a look at this week's hottest culinary happenings: Seasonal specials Westheimer Crawfish Crawl with Underbelly Hospitality Underbelly Hospitality is celebrating Houston’s favorite season with a season-long Crawfish Crawl. Now through the end of May, grab your Crawfish Passport at an Underbelly Hospitality restaurant, get it punched with any crawfish...

Waco Tribune-Herald Bought By Warren Buffett

8 years ago by Richard Connelly
Another Texas paper has been bought by billionaire Warren Buffett, meaning more good news in the world of Texas journalism. Buffett has purchased the Waco Tribune-Herald for an undisclosed price from the rightwing father-son team that had owned it (and put the slogan "In God We Trust" permanently on the...

Four Thoughts on Matt Rhule's Leaving Baylor for the NFL's Panthers

5 months ago by Sean Pendergast
For college football in the state of Texas, we knew that the coaching carousel following the 2016 season would prove pivotal for football in this state and for the Big XII as a conference. After all, this was the offseason in which Tom Herman would be anointed the new king...

Harris County Constable Race Generates Controversy Over Candidate's Noose Image

5 months ago by Jef Rouner
Recently, a picture of Harris County constable candidate Ken Jones with a noose has been making the rounds on social media. The former Precinct 3 constable is trying to reclaim his office from incumbent Sherman Eagleton, who is black. Both men are Democrats vying for the nomination in the primary...

Spoiled Lunchmeat and Low Threadcounts: Biker Tales From a Waco Jail

5 years ago by Craig Malisow
More than half of the 175 bikers arrested in May's Waco Twin Peaks shootout have been released from McLennan County Jail, and based on a stack of complaints to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, many feel they've been freed from a Soviet bloc gulag built on filthy bedding and...

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