Rick Green and Ken Armbrister push a flurry of bills creating special water and development districts -- including the reviled, though much-revised, "Bradley bill" -- through their respective chambers at the Legislature.
The Open Door Preschool, which offers its services to low-income, disabled, and non-disabled children alike, gets to stay in its old building -- from which its landlord had planned to evict it -- at a new, more expensive, lease.
On a comedy club stage, News Radio star Joe Rogan exudes a mad joy for life in all its insanity, depravity, and delicious dirt; if Henry Miller had done stand-up, it would have come out like Joe Rogan's act.
"'You can have my husband but please don't you mess with my man' is my kind of cheek," visiting Michener Center poet Heather McHugh says in an interview with Chronicle writer Lissa Richardson. "And cheek's my favorite part of a Texas anatomy."