September 2nd-4th, 2022
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This weekend, Labor Day weekend the unofficial end of summer. It is a very unusual ending, "I understand autumn anxiety and depression on a molecular level. I grew up in an East Coast tourist town, where the end of summer meant the boardwalk arcades closed and almost everyone drove away. We talked endless shit about the “shoobies”—our word for clueless summer visitors from Philly and North Jersey who could neither surf nor skate—but after Labor Day, when two-thirds of the houses in town lay empty and they turned off the traffic lights (who needs them when there was no traffic?), I actually missed those annoying tourists. Fall is when school starts and the ferris wheels stop. It’s when you can’t swim because the ocean is too cold and the lifeguards are gone. It’s when the fun ends and everything dies. " says Stephen Johnson of Life Hacker.com.
Here in America's Bayou City its very different, but we all can relate to Johnson's sentiments.
In Houston this weekend's concert venues include the alt-rock ban Korn in The Woodlands.
RIOT TEN "Hype or Die Tour" JIQUI b2b SISTO + LEV3L at Stereo Live with Morgan Page Labor Day Sunday on the Terrace.
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