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Houston Texans training camp begins on Thursday morning, and there's really nothing that can dampen my enthusiasm. Jadeveon Clowney will likely be absent, in the midst of a contract standoff with the front office, a front office that actually consists right now of a five headed general manager, and neither...
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From June through the end of November, mentions of hurricane season are frequent along the Gulf Coast. Media outlets urge us all to stay wary of any tropical weather and pay attention as things can develop quickly. This was evident recently with Hurricane Barry, which didn't even form into a...
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Greg Gatlin, the former Rice Owl defensive back and graduate, opened the first iteration of his self-titled barbecue joint sometime in 2010. Back then Gatlin's BBQ was housed in a tiny west 19th Street cottage that fit about 30 people. The family business (opened and operated with the help of...
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The Houston kid is coming back. Texas gold, Rodney Crowell, left behind his well-documented and rocky past with Houston many years ago, but has always held onto his roots. Crowell will be back in Houston August 15 to perform at the Heights Theater and celebrate the release of his new...
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"We’re working on a new hour of comedy. We’re gonna throw some old hits and some new hits and mix them up together and just celebrate the good summer."
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John Wiley Link had big dreams when he purchased more than 3,300 acres southwest of downtown in the early 1900s, spending more than a million dollars on infrastructure to create the Montrose neighborhood. His vision was for mansions to line the Lovett, Montrose, Yoakum and Audubon Place boulevards, facing the...
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A divorced couple just can’t quit each other in Noel Coward’s Private Lives, now playing at Main Street Theater.
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After retuning from the All-Star break, the Astros struggled to find the right combination of pitching to make up for shortcomings thanks to injuries. They tried to stick with Framber Valdez, which did not work. They tried an "opener" for the first time ever. Also, a fail. They were even...
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Each year since 2011, I believe, just before the start of the NFL regular season, I will do a preview of the Houston Texans' season using a method that I have (very creatively) titled the Pendergast Method. It's an evaluation of the season designed to essentially put games into one...
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Deep in the heart of the East End, producer, songwriter, and recording artist John Allen Stephens is quietly shaping the sound of Houston’s music scene from his independently owned, home based studio Third Coast Recording Co. On a typical day, he wakes up around nine, walks over to the next...

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