halloween candy

me: should we start thinking about halloween costumes?

david: kroger already has halloween candy

me: but it’s only july

david: the one near my house has… but halloween is christmas part 1

me: i thought that was thanksgiving

david: no that’s christmas part 2

me: what’s christmas? new year’s part 1?

david: no christmas is christmas. what’s wrong with you?

 

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coldplay in houston this wednesday? you know you want to.

so coldplay is coming to houston this wednesday, july 22 and a friend of mine has two tickets, 125 each… they’re something like row k seat 109. if you’re interested, let me know.

 

some fun houston things to do in july

friday july 10, 2009:

 

village girls boutique

village girls boutique

if you don’t have anything planned for tomorrow night, village girls boutique and sephora are hosting a runway show in rice village. not only will you get to see a show styled by village girls and free consulations by sephora artists, there will also be free give-aways, hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and 15% of anything in the store.

 

date: friday, july 10, 2009
time: 6:00pm – 8:00pm
location: village girls boutique, 2509 rice blvd, houston, tx
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wednesday july 22, 2009:

the coffee groundz on bagby will be hosting a poster exhibit of jason mcelweenie‘s work. jaymac‘s pretty cool so go and support our favorite canadian, eh?

date: wednesday, july 22, 2009
time: 7:00pm – 10:00pm
location: the coffee groundz, 2503 bagby (corner of brazos and mcGowen), houston, tx

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ongoing july 1-october 23, 2009:

in case you’re in the mood for some brain food, starting this month the imax at hmns is showing a documentary called journey to mecca:

Journey to Mecca is an IMAX® dramatic and documentary feature, filmed in Saudi Arabia and Morocco in both English and Arabic, with background Berber. The film tells the amazing story of Ibn Battuta, the greatest explorer of the Old World, following his first pilgrimage between 1325 and 1326 from Tangier to Mecca. His perilous journey resonates with adventure while presenting an unforgettable picture of Islamic civilization during the 14th century, culminating with Battuta’s first Hajj. The story is book-ended by a close-up look at the contemporary Hajj, a pilgrimage to Mecca that draws three million Muslims from around the world every year, to perform rituals that have taken place for over 1,400 years.

wednesday, july 1 – friday, october 23, 2009 at 11:00am
location: houston museum of natural science one hermann circle drive, houston, tx

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