After I got divorced in 2003, I continued to live in the same house that my ex-wife and I used to live in out in Missouri City. I drove an hour to an hour and a half each way to work in Downtown Houston every day. I also drove back and forth every weekend to go to shows and see my friends…all which happened much closer to Downtown. I finally snapped out of my post-divorce funk and decided I had had it with living alone in the suburbs. I hated it. In 2005 I so...
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More of John's #cosplay pics from last year's @heroesonline.
In time for the Swankantine Day, Rey Swanko gives out advices for 'all of the peoples'. #ReySwanko
When Aamir told me that he was leaving his solo-inhabited pad after 9 years, I couldn’t help but reflect on the significance of this moment. My ten years of living alone was a necessary component of my own growth as an individual, and I think the same holds true for my older brother.
3538 Cline Street. Aamir needed this place. In my own humble opinion, I felt like it represented a new beginning for him. My brother is plagued by being the first-born son to S...
Empty Flowers, the east coast post-rock band featuring front man Christian McKenna and former members of Cable will release a collaborative collection of reworked Empty Flowers songs titled The Air You Found, Feb. 18 via Translation Loss. The record showcases all new versions of tracks from the group's debut LP SIX and sophomore album FIVE with added instrumentation and contributions from members of Tombs, Gorguts, Dysrhythmia, ISIS, Pa...
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Some great #cosplay we captured at @Comic_Con 2013.
Photo: John Hendrick
Mike Conway selects a spot out of the sun on Sebring International Raceway's pit lane for a conversation with Ed Carpenter Racing and Chevrolet engineers. The dialogue during an extended break during a team test day includes performance characteristics of the twin turbocharged 2.2-liter V-6 engine, handling on the abrasive 1.67-mile surface, shocks, balance, and braking. Conway recalls details of every alteration, almost every lap of the program checklist that ...
Jibbies & Loond celebrate upcoming new releases from Orange Goblin, Truckfighters, and The Shrine; lament Lemmy’s up and down efforts to stay healthy, Dan Lilker’s retirement, and IHOP taking over a big chunk of the old Limelight; and generally bitch about the general suckfest that is the Grammy’s, particularly the slight of Jeff Hanneman during In Memorium. They also express their joy at the fine pairing of Goatwhore and 1349 on this year’s Metal Alliance tour, and their willingness to revisit headliners Behemoth with open minds and metal hearts.
Horns Up! – J&L
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