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Stand Up and Deliver: What’s In a Name

Photo: Bob Biggerstaff In the world of Houston comedy, there are some…

the world of geo cache

the world of geo cache

You’re wandering around following directions given to you by an app. You’re…

Patios You Should Visit This Weekend

Patios You Should Visit This Weekend

Take your dog and let it roam free, make friends, hump other dogs, all while you enjoy a nice beer or sip some wine.…

DAY AND NIGHT FUN-TIME-SHENANIGANS AT FPH OKTOBERFEST THIS SATURDAY. FREE!

Come revel with cool people and cooler temperatures inside and out, day…

Erotica at Domy Books Dec. 18

Do you remember how hard it was to see that schooner in…

FPH New Year’s Cataclysm Commercial!

Free Press Summer Fest Video Re-cap and Blind Pre-sale

That’s right kids. Blind pre-sale for the 2011 Free Press Summer Fest…

Let the wild rumpus begin!

Friday night, Houstonians will get another opportunity to see the lauded original…

THQ Publishing its way into Gamers’ Hearts

When I write about videogames, I have a hidden agenda – to…

A Slightly Modest Proposal : A complete fucking satire

This week the Texas Board of Education made a huge leap forward in combating the ignorance and bigotry that permeates this nation’s liberal soaked history books. Approving measures to offset the liberal bias in history textbooks, the board approved notions to include more Christian fundamentalist values and teachings. The measures will provide students with a history book that will be much more fair and balanced as a result. Fortunately it’s not just Texas students that will have a better curriculum either, due to Texas’ domination of the school textbook industry, they spell out requirements for 80% of the nation’s text book market. The changes will affect the historical and social-scientific wisdom that students nationwide from kindergarten to 12th grade will receive for the next ten years.…

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