IT’S THE GRAY TUESDAY edition of local news and views:
- Chron Arts Writer Sends 1,400-Word Email on How to Communicate Efficiently (Gawker)
Words fail, so we’ll turn it over to Culture Map….
- The CultureMap guide to arts coverage: An open letter (Sarah Rufca, Culture Map)
- Another Chronicle intellectual is being forced against her will . . . (Unca Darrell)
- Big state, bigger hearts (Andrea White, Chron.com)
Where’s Anita Perry’s Chron.com blog?
- Continental, United make way for new NYSE ticker (Christine Hall, Houston Business Journal)
- Metro Meetings Go Live On the Web (Wendy Siegle, KUHF-88.7 News)
This is a good move by METRO.
- Houston DWI "No Refusal" Weekends – Now Every Weekend in Harris County? (Houston DWI Blog)
- Bruce Mosier: A Democrat I will vote for, and reflections on the insanity of Democracy (Fireballs, Lightning Bolts, and Hell Storms)
- Massive, nationwide vote fraud is the among the most rotten fruit of ACORN-type activism (Washington Examiner)
- King Street Patriots on Frontline of Clean Election Fight (Big Jolly Politics)
As The Blueprint makes clear, progressives would love to bring the Colorado model (in which a disciplined alliance of filthy rich donors, lawyers, and an effective communications network managed to flip a previously reliably Republican state the other way) to Texas. Some local conservatives are starting to snap to components of the game plan.