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Today in Texas History - June 29

From the Annals of the Democrats –  In 1928 the Democratic National Convention concluded in at Sam Houston Hall in Houston.   Houston deal-maker and civic leader Jesse Jones was instrumental in bringing the convention to Houston and it was the first national convention held in a Southern state since the Civil War.  151 more words

Today In Texas History

Feminine Space in Jesse Jone’s No More Fun and Games

As originally published with Hunt and Gather:

Musings regarding the curation of female space in Jesse Jones’ recent exhibition.

“In truth, there is nothing can call their own but death, not even that small model of their servile clay which forms a paste and a cover to their bones”  634 more words


Jesse Jones - No More Fun and Games.

When in Dublin recently I visited The Hugh Lane Gallery to see the exhibition No More Fun and Games by Jesse Jones. The artist transforms the gallery space into a cinematic experience through sound and architectural interventions. 136 more words


1972 : The Future of Sex – Wardrobe Theatre ****

Originally published on Reviews Hub

It’s probably best to just chuck it out there straight off. I loved, loved, loved 1972: The Future Of Sex, a fringe gem: quirky, lovely, silly, a bit cheeky and a hell of a lot clever, created on a low budget but bathed in gold. 521 more words


State calls 'winning' lotto ticket a loser

At the busy Sea-Tac airport, Marci Taylor got the itch–to buy some Washington Lottery scratch off ticket. And for a moment it appeared Taylor’s luck had taken flight. 406 more words

Jesse’s Story Of The Day

Government action could mean money back for some AT&T customers

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has filed a federal complaint against a debt collection firm that collected on more than three million AT&T cellphone accounts.  According to the… 645 more words

National Consumer News

Jesse Jones tracks down food truck builder accused of not completing projects

Gnosh is Stephanie Brooks dream. It’s would be a food truck to serve the perfect lunch. That dream has cost her $20,000 to be built and is now several months late. 440 more words

National Consumer News