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This place has it all: Manhattan ambience, great bagels and a dainty Reuben, too. Unlike the open-faced monstrosities served at many delis, you can actually... More »
French Riviera Bakery has been around for 30 years. But if you haven't been there lately, you owe yourself a treat. The sandwiches are awesome, the pastries... More »
This beautifully refurbished bank in the Heights is a truly inviting place to linger over cocktails or coffee, which are available at nearly any hour of the day. If it's food... More »
It's not every coffee shop that also sells wine, beer and food from local bakers and chefs. Montrose's Black Hole Coffee House does, though. It's a huge hit with... More »
Khon's isn't exactly in a neighborhood - in fact, it's the heart of a Midtown strip center several streets away from any houses - but it has a neighborhood... More »
This coffee shop is house next to Art League Houston in a building that, several years ago, was a giant, trippy art project. The Art Guys dismantled the wall facing the street... More »
This is not a corporate caffeine factory - Catalina prides itself on expertly crafted coffee drinks. There's not much outdoor seating, but the interior is warm and... More »
Michigan native and longtime Detroit resident Bettye Lavette has gone from a Motown-style R&B diva not far removed from Patti Labelle to the best female rock singer this side of Tina Turner. The stunning A Woman Like Me, from 2003, made up for her 20-year absence from U.S. shelves in one fell swoop, while her last three albums have all been knockouts as well: 2007's noirish The Scene...
Driving south on Dowling, downtown Houston's skyline behind you, it's easy to drive right past Doshi House. It's on a quiet corner in the Third Ward, just past Emancipation Park...
At 80, Mel Tillis, once one of country music's hottest commodities, isn't finished yet.
"I'm just about to publish my first novel," he says in a jovial, upbeat voice that screams huckster with a twinkle in his eye.
"It's called Acting Sheriff and it's set in Palm Beach in 1947," says Tillis. "It's sort of a comedy-mystery about this young deputy who gets appointed...
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