Last night's Top Chef delivered the most Texan of any conceivable Texas challenges: make barbecue that doesn't suck and do it at one of the state's best barbecue restaurants, Salt Lick in Austin. Oh, and make enough beef brisket, chicken and pork ribs to feed 300 people. No small task for the three ... More >>
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Animal psychic Sonya Fitzpatrick hears voices, the dog and cat kind.
HoleHouse of BluesJuly 7, 2010Better Than: The train wreck we anticipated. Way better, actually.All photos by Kevin TodoraCourtney Love still has it, kinda. Check Kevin's slideshow for more proof.The fans gathered at the House of Blues last night had every reason to expect an on-stage debacle fro ... More >>
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