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Chris Pérez, Selena’s Husband, Faces His Past and Looks Forward, Musically

Chris Pérez, Selena’s Husband, Faces His Past and Looks Forward, Musically

Music: Chris Pérez never saw it coming. “All I ever wanted to do was play guitar,” he told the Current. “I never thought I’d be the subject of an interview... By Enrique Lopetegui 8/28/2013
The Different Types of Roommates You Might Encounter and How to Deal

The Different Types of Roommates You Might Encounter and How to Deal

College Guide 2013: If you’re going to be in a college dorm, a spacious apartment, a cramped shared bedroom or anywhere on a college campus for that matter, be prepared for your... By Mary Caithn Scott 8/20/2013
Beaches Be Trippin\': Five Texas Coast Spots Worth the Drive

Beaches Be Trippin': Five Texas Coast Spots Worth the Drive

Arts & Culture: Let’s face it, most of us Lone Stars view the Texas coast as a poor man’s Waikiki. Hell, maybe just a poor man’s Panama Beach — only to be used... By Callie Enlow 7/10/2013
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Jul 17, 2013

  • Why Texas Still Needs the Voting Rights Act

    News: The ability to vote—to have this process be simple, accessible, free of intimidation—is the cornerstone of a functioning democracy. The power of.... By Mary Anne Henderson

  • First-Ever Grasshopperpalooza Swarms the Ten Eleven

    Music: I’d put it this way: Imagine a climber on some snow-smothered mountain, trudging ever upward, hearing the rumble from the angered peak above.... By Jacob Coltrane Burris

  • Sink or Swim for 210 Ceviche

    Food & Drink: It’s difficult not to think of The Lonely Island’s first massive hit when entering 210 Ceviche, the latest restaurant endeavor by the same folks who brought you.... By Jessica Elizarraras

  • A Day in the Life: SA Pops

    Food & Drink: While the most obvious physical distinction between SA Pops and a typical raspa stand is air conditioning, the shop has a unique and notable vibe.... By Miriam Sitz

  • Down the Hatch: TBA's Juan Collins

    Food & Drink: It must be said. The accordion player was dead. Those who knew him stood in line to pay their respects and celebrate a master. Those who had only heard.... By Jacob Coltrane Burris

  • The Liberation of CSS

    Music: When CSS (“Cansei de Ser Sexy,” Portuguese for “tired of being sexy,” supposedly something Beyoncé once told the press) set out to record.... By Enrique Lopetegui

  • What is White Privilege?

    News: Editor’s note: With the dismantling of significant parts of the Voting Rights Act (See “Why Texas Still Needs the Voting Rights Act”), and the even more recent.... By Jackson Free Press

  • Tig Notaro's 'Live' Worth Revisiting

    Arts & Culture: Last summer, Tig Notaro performed one of the ballsiest acts the comedy world has ever encountered. Her set at Largo in L.A. became so legendary.... By Callie Enlow

  • Reviews of Music Autobiographies from a Punk and a Turtle

    Arts & Culture: The performance rights organization BMI has named the Turtles’ “Happy Together” one of the top 50 songs of the 20th.... By Matt Gorney and Jessica Bryce Young

  • Savage Love: Boy Trouble

    COLUMN: I am a young gay man who has been so freaked out by the idea of catching an STI that I haven’t gotten with anyone for two years. But last night, I hooked up.... By Dan Savage

  • 'The Way, Way Back,' A Bland Coming-Of-Age Flick

    Screens: Why does Toni Collette end up with so many weird wardrobe choices? OK, we get it, she’s an unconventional actress, but enough with the head scarves already.... By Jeff Meyers

  • This Modern World

    Comics: . By Tom Tomorrow

  • Greg Abbott: Rick Perry 2.0

    News: Last week, standing before a crowd at the HOLT Caterpillar plant in none other than San Antonio, Gov. Rick Perry announced he would step aside to “pass the.... By Mary Tuma

  • What’s Next for the Anti-Abortion Bill?

    News: Despite hours of testimony, days after days of relentless protesting by pro-choice advocates who came out by the thousands and overwhelming.... By Mary Tuma

  • Thundercat: 'Apocalypse'

    Aural Pleasure Review: Songwriter, vocalist and renowned bassist Stephen Bruner (better known as Thundercat) is someone who refuses to settle down into one artistic mode.... By James Courtney

  • The March Divide: 'Music for Television'

    Aural Pleasure Review: We’ve learned a few things from February’s Music for Film LP and Music for Television EP, the first two releases by Jared Putnam’s The March Divide.... By James Courtney

  • Jay-Z: 'Magna Carta… Holy Grail'

    Aural Pleasure Review: With Magna Carta… Holy Grail, Jay-Z laid down another instant classic, 16 tracks of wit and undeniable hooks, over a seamless mix of chopped.... By Matthew Stieb

  • Houston's Karbach Brewing Co. Brewmaster on Recent SA Expansion

    Food & Drink: St. Arnold’s isn’t the only craft beer coming out of Houston these days. Karbach Brewing Co., which opened its doors off H-Town’s Karbach Street in September.... By Jessica Elizarraras

  • Culinary Calendar: Nine ways to get your grub/drink on this week

    Food & Drink: Thursday, July 18: Whole Foods Market at the Quarry hosts a summer wine basics tasting and pairing class. Pick up summer varietals and chow down on dishes prepared by the meat and seafood departments. $5, 5:30-7:30pm., 255 E Basse, Ste. 130, (210) 826-4676,. By Jessica Elizarraras

  • James Woodard's Fantastical Grasshopperpalooza Band Descriptions

    Music: Here’s Grasshopperpalooza organizer (and occasional Current contributor) James Woodard’s take on the fest’s bands. You can hear for yourselves on a.... By James Woodard

  • Ryan Gosling’s ‘Only God Forgives’ is a Vapid, Bloody Mess

    Screens: Languid to the point of stupor, Ryan Gosling perpetually stares far off into the distance throughout this hyper-gory art-house noir pageant, as if he’s.... By Corey Hall

  • Industry News: Whataburger ketchup online, Lobster Fest, Urth goes Green

    Food & Drink: If you’re craving Green Vegetarian Cuisine’s protein bowls and quinoa wraps, you now have another place to get them. Urth Juice Bar at The Yard in Olmos Park.... By Lauren W. Madrid

  • Free Will Astrology

    Astrology: ARIES (March 21-April 19): The 19th-century Italian composer Gioachino Rossini was a prolific creator who produced 39 operas. Renowned for his lyrical melodies.... By Rob Brezsny