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Houston Studio Pro presents Quince Paseo.
Check out my column this week on Art Attack: TeenTube.
A beautiful video about The City of Houston.
From the YouTube page, “Video of the shipwrecked passenger/cargo steamliner City of Houston. She wrecked in a storm near Frying Pan Shoals in 1878. She was carrying a load of cargo and passengers from New York to Galveston, TX. They were part of the western settlement.”
This is a cute video made by the Houston Zoo about some of their patrons’ favorite zoo memories.
The Houston Zoo is having a party!
I have been looking for a good Gay Pride video for a long time to post on here. Unfortunately everything I found was either very poor quality or not funny. This video is from Pride 03, but trust me nothing has changed. The video, however, is funny and well done. So there you go, Gay Pride Houston.
It seem like I am hearing more and more about people biking. Maybe we can be the next Amsterdam! The 2009 Tour de Houston bike ride took place this Sunday March 22.
Per their site, the tour around Houston ‘began as an idea that came to the Mayor from State Senator Rodney Ellis who participated in a five boroughs ride in New York City. He enjoyed being able to see the historic areas of New York by bicycle and thought that Houston
Courtesy of Pitch Control TV we have a clip of an unlikely duo at last month
April 5th 1986 Jean Michel Jarre commemorated the 150th anniversary of Houston Texas and the 25th anniversary of NASA. Rendez-Vous Houston: A City In Concert gained an entry in the Guiness Book Of Records for having attracted the largest audience ever for an outdoor concert. Chances are, if you were in Houston that day, you went to this event.
Find out more about Jarre here.