October, weirdly enough, is turning into a good-news month for Houston music. First there's the note from Jim Pirtle that notsuoH, one of the quirkiest, coolest, most unique "venues" I've ever been to, will be reopening, and now it appears that the long-time-gone Public News, the very rag that made me curious in the first place about the various murky rock bands that populate this city, has been brought back from the dead.
As of Nov. 8th, apparently, the PN will once again grace the magazine racks, club counters, and street corners of our fair city, and that's awesome. Seriously, this makes me happy; the only way things could get better (aside from yours truly winning the lottery and starting up a radio station that blows the doors off the Buzz & co., of course) would be if Cactus Music & Video was somehow resurrected. Anybody? And to the PN 3.0 folks (counting the Houston's Other as v. 2.0): if you need any help, just drop us a line...
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