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Live Music: Jan. 13 edition

Live Music: Jan. 13 edition


Green Submarine’s Tasty Torpedos

The folks at The Green Submarine have come up with a pretty impressive menu and one that makes deciding what to have a bit difficult. I settled on the Turkey Pesto sandwich which was loaded with turkey, provolone, lettuce, tomato, onion, alfalfa sprouts and basil pesto. And when I say loaded, I mean loaded.


Cider Of The Week?

I’m not sure how a hard cider got thrown in the Beer of the Week mix. Rico and I found it while sorting through the hundreds of bottles of company-purchased beer after a whirlwind trip to the liquor store. I was ready to throw them against the nearest wall just to watch them explode, but Rico said I should give it a chance so here it goes.


Chance And Howling At The Red Sky

After college, I worked for a rogue Houston branch of the recently investigated and presidency-threatening activist group ACORN. We solicited monetary commitments from low-income residents with a script about how we would organize neighbors to fight the city to tear down abandoned buildings, clear boulevards of prostitutes and round up packs of stray dogs.

Features Music

CD compilation to benefit Ride to the End

There’s another CD compilation that may interest residents: “Peace From The Hills.” This 23-track recording of local musical acts and poets was created to help benefit Ride to the End, a group of veterans and activists who are riding bicycles around the U.S. “until the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan ends.”

Advice Advice Goddess

Extremely Old Spice

Last year, an 80ish married man — a member of my literary club — called me, confessed his passion for me and begged me to have a romantic dinner with him. I reluctantly made plans to meet “Romeold” for coffee, intending to let him down gently. He took this “date” as a green light to e-mail me a lurid “fictional” story — a detailed blueprint for the affair he wanted us to have.


No Hunting Cactus Leaves, Please

Read your column in the Village Voice and am hoping you can help me: I think I have a Mexican problem. In short, I have a home in sunny California on a property with an abundance of agave cactus and Century plants growing along the street.


Quarterback Queue

Ryan Mallett, the junior quarterback for the Razorbacks, declared that he will be vying for a spot in the next NFL draft. Only three credits away from graduation, it is a peak time for this seasoned college quarterback to take on the next level of his career. Mallett says he will finish his final class online to receive a degree from the University of Arkansas.