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    SPOOKY SPOTLIGHT - The Houston Press guide to all things Halloween

    Don't look now, but that noise behind you is growing louder -- and closer. It's the season to jump at every shadow and run from every black cat. You can drown your fears in drink or amuse yourself by scaring the naive around you. Whether you want t...

    by Melissa Richter on October 26, 2006
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    Spooky Spotlight - The Houston Press guide to all things Halloween

    Don't look now, but that noise behind you is growing louder -- and closer. It's the season to jump at every shadow and run from every black cat. You can drown your fears in drink or amuse yourself by scaring the naive around you. Whether you want to ...

    on October 19, 2006
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    Much Magic - Overdone

    Director Scott Schwartz has delivered a gorgeous production of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing. Now running at the Alley Theatre, this must-see confection is filled with charm, grace and sumptuous joy. Most anyone who loves Shakespeare knows ...

    by Lee Williams on October 19, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - ENCORE

    Blithe Spirit In Nol Coward's delightful drawing room ghost comedy, martinis are mixed, characters dress for dinner, dead wives materialize and the battle of the sexes rages on, whether the participants are alive or not. A deft, almost throwaway tou...

    by Marene Gustin on October 19, 2006
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    Grand Canyon - Rice Gallery presents a playful cardboard landscape

    Tommy looks to be about six or seven years old. He's running, jumping, crawling, his red baseball cap turned backwards, his sisters bouncing around nearby. He's caught up in the moment -- just like a kid should be -- exploring mine shafts, scaling ca...

    by Keith Plocek on October 19, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - ARTBEAT

    "Patrick Renner: Trepanned" In the past, Patrick Renner's work has been about visual appeal and craftsmanship. He's created massive wooden sculptures by patchworking together multicolored pieces of old painted wood. But in his latest show, Renner is ...

    by Keith Plocek on October 19, 2006
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    Whistling Mexicans

    Dear Mexican, I have very, very light skin because of my Scandinavian heritage. Around Halloween, someone asked me if it was white-face makeup. Why is it that Mexican men find my pallor so fascinating? Fair Maiden Dear Gabacha, BECAUSE YOU'...

    by Gustavo Arellano on October 19, 2006
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    Cold as Ice - NHL 2K7 looks pretty, but fails to light the lamp.

    Ice hockey isn't for the weak of heart. It's a bruising, fast-paced game, featuring large sticks, razor-sharp blades and far too many angry Canadians. Of course, hockey's scrappy style is exactly why people love the blue-collar sport. For chrissake...

    by Luke O'Brien on October 19, 2006
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    Took a Shot

    American Dreamz (Universal) Till this, Paul Weitz had a stellar filmography, a career in ascension: American Pie (good), About a Boy (great), In Good Company (absolutely perfect). But this, er, satire about a dumb American president (Dennis Quaid,...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 19, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of October 19

    Alfred Hitchcock Presents: Season Two (Universal) Anytown USA (Film Movement/Repnet) Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil (Fox) The Big Black Comedy Show (Fox) Big Love: The Complete First Season (HBO) The Break-Up (Universal) Clean,...

    on October 19, 2006
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    SPOOKY SPOTLIGHT - The Houston Press guide to all things Halloween

    Don't look now, but that noise behind you is growing louder -- and closer. It's the season to jump at every shadow and run from every black cat. You can drown your fears in drink or amuse yourself by scaring the naive around you. Whether you want to ...

    by Melissa Richter on October 12, 2006
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    Smooth as Silk - Get Ready to love this play's five old underdogs

    Once upon a time in the world of American pop music, smooth was cool. Subtlety reigned, and young love was sung, fully dressed, with tight melodic harmony and background moves in shiny unison. In the Eisenhower era, "doo-wop" was the sound of choice,...

    by D.L. Groover on October 12, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - ENCORE

    Captain's Outrageous Playwright and industrial communications consultant David DeBoy began his acting/writing career in Baltimore's dinner theater scene. "With so many dinner theaters and not enough light comedies, we were sometimes forced into doing...

    by Lee Williams on October 12, 2006
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    Text Messages - A Deborah Colton Gallery exhibition plays with words

    "In a sense, every work is itself its best description." These words are part of Joseph Kosuth's Essays #7 (2000), currently on view in Deborah Colton Gallery's "Word" exhibition. Kosuth attributes the quote to Franco-Bulgarian thinker Tzvetan Todoro...

    by Keith Plocek on October 12, 2006
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    Capsule Reviews - ARTBEAT

    DiverseWorks: J Hill's Sound Installations You can hear the Sonny Liston/Muhammad Ali fight in the bathroom at DiverseWorks. It's part of an ongoing series of sound installations by artist J Hill in the arts space's two public bathrooms. Hill dotted ...

    by Kelly Klaasmeyer on October 12, 2006
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    Special Rip-Off Edicin

    Dear Mexican, How can you explain the disparity between Japan and Mexico? Japan is a nation a fraction the size of Mexico, with zero natural resources, and it suffered a devastating war of four years that included two atom bombs, yet it has reached...

    by Gustavo Arellano on October 12, 2006
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    Brush With Greatness - Okami shows that videogames can be art.

    You've seen Bob Ross -- the afro-sporting TV artist who painted "happy trees"? Well, if he had redesigned Legend of Zelda, it would look a lot like Okami. That may sound like an unlikely premise, but this is no ordinary game. In Okami, to save the ...

    by Chris Ward on October 12, 2006
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    The Delightful Dud

    A Prairie Home Companion (New Line) This all-star sing-along -- with Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin, Tommy Lee Jones, Virginia Madsen, Woody Harrelson, etc. -- that wears its smile bright and wide looked for all the world like a summertime sleeper hit....

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 12, 2006
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    Our top DVD picks for the week of October 12:

    The Andy Milonakis Show: The Complete Second Season (Paramount) The A-Team: Season Five, the Final Season (Universal) Bloodied but Unbowed: Bloodshot Records' Life in the Trenches (Bloodshot) Carlos Mencia: No Strings Attached (Paramount) ...

    on October 12, 2006
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    Masterpiece Theater - Rich, resonant Sweeney Todd is a modern American opera

    It's almost inconceivable to call a musical that's not even 30 years old a "masterpiece," but Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd (1979) is most definitely that. More than a "musical," this rich, resonant work is a modern American opera, the best one we'...

    by D.L. Groover on October 5, 2006
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