Little Comets: Celestial Tunes at the HOB

Written by Lauriston Brewster

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Photography by: Richard Cook

Oct 24— Let me just start off by saying: I’m not a big fan of Houston’s House of Blues (I mean, am I the only one who thinks $9 for a 16oz Pabst Blue Ribbon is…criminally over-priced? I am? Ok). But never mind that:  for what they lack in thriftiness, HOB rectifies this by showcasing good music. And I guess, in the end, that’s all that really matters. My case and point: Continue reading “Little Comets: Celestial Tunes at the HOB”

Houston Artists Get ‘Raw’ (mildly NSFW)

Written by Lauriston Brewster

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July 18The Houston Times got all artsy this week. We were on the scene to cover the Raw Houston: Elevation Showcase, a lively art gallery that provides exposure to Houston’s creatively endowed. Raw Artists Houston is actually a microcosmic part of the Raw Natural Born Artists organization, an extensive art community which currently spans 81 cities across the globe (with prospective expansion plans in London and Paris). Continue reading “Houston Artists Get ‘Raw’ (mildly NSFW)”

Contention at City Hall

Written by Lauriston Brewster

Editor’s note: As a disclaimer, the views expressed by the City Hall protesters do not reflect the views of The Houston Times. In situations like these, I wish to remain impartial and merely chronicle events as they unfold. There will be events that might spur controversy, but I will assuredly express full discretion in regards to taste and overall decorum. If you have comments/questions/ concerns regarding the controversy, please E-mail me (thehoustontimes.editor@gmail.com). I do not condone any political vitriol on this blog.

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