Today, the woeful Houston Texans announced the first of what will likely be many roster cuts.
Some quick thoughts are posted to Bad
We’re back in town after a quick getaway to the Tulsa area via one of those cheap Continental weekend specials.
I tossed up a few photos on Flickr from the journey.
Obviously, we managed to take in a Tulsa basketball game in their lovely Reynolds Center (thanks to my old bud Dave).
That’s a nice new facility. Beautiful Diamondvision scoreboard, shiny concourses, monitors with stats on the concourses, radio broadcast of the game pumped into the restrooms, sound
I posted about this on the Houston blog, but I thought I’d also post a link here too.
Chron.com launched a new blog today: Cancer Diva.
It’s written by a Chron staffer who’s been diagnosed with terminal cancer. If the first couple of posts are any indication, this lady has quite a sense of life. I think it’s going to be a pretty interesting
Two neat Italian finds over the last few weeks to share:
Craiganale’s, in midtown
Alison Cook has been recommending this newish place on her blog. We got in on the last weekend of BYOB (apparently they’ve now acquired their liquor license, and will be offering a limited wine selection that is inferior to anything I would bring to the place *sigh*). Ah well, the marinara sauce is good and so is the calamari. It’s an intimate, relatively inexpensive
I just clicked over on the Son Volt tour dates and discovered that Farrar and Crew have a Houston date.
May 6, Continental Club, right here in the Midtown Ghetto.
That should be pretty sweet.
Of course, Houston will turn out poorly for the show — and will likely talk through it, which I don’t think will go over very well with Mr. Farrar.
I’ll probably catch the band in some other venues to get a better experience.