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  • Locke

    published April 24, 2014

    Steven Knight has shown himself to be an auteur on the rise after writing films such as Eastern Promises and making his directorial debut with... More >>

  • The Best Comics in April Part 2: Local Love and Nightmares

    published May 01, 2014

    Each month the staff at 8th Dimension Comics picks out the best book to review. Check out our Part 1. Hulk #2: If you ask me it's always been very hard to make Hulk great in his own book. There are e... More >>

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    Rest of the Best: 10 Best Houston Urban Legends

    published May 01, 2014

    Houston is a big diverse city with a big diverse population, and that more often than not leads to a whole lot of different levels of bunk and bull that must be waded through in order to find the trut... More >>

  • The Last VJ's Five Best Videos of the Week

    published May 01, 2014

    Welcome back to The Last VJ, music fans. This week we've got dueling afterlives in case you're in the market for one. Also, I check in on a contestant from Dance Moms embarking on a music video career... More >>

  • Walking Dead Escape Tour

    published April 24, 2014

    The popular television show The Walking Dead depicts how brutal life would become in the event that zombies rose up to devour the living.... More >>

  • The Best Comics in April Part 1: The Mediocre Return of Peter Parker

    published Apr 30, 2014

    Each month the staff at 8th Dimension Comics picks out the best book to review. Look for Part 2 tomorrow. The Amazing Spider-Man #1: It's been a long time coming. For the past several years Peter Par... More >>

  • Happy Birthday Church of Satan! Five Musicians Associated With the Devil's Faith

    published Apr 30, 2014

    It was on this day in 1966 that the one and only Anton Szandor LaVey officially founded the Church of Satan at the Black House in San Francisco, California. From that day forward there would be a main... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014 Suzy Taylor, a Fairy-Tale Photographer

    published Apr 30, 2014

    What She Does: The journey that Suzy Taylor took to become a photographer is almost as fantastic as her actual work. The New Zealand-native spent most of her adult life living the life of a business w... More >>

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    5 Things Conservatives Think Liberals Don't Know (That We Totally Do)

    published Apr 30, 2014

    I argue with people on the Internet professionally, and if that sounds like easy work, all I can say is that while it's better than emptying septic tanks for a living, you do actually contract more po... More >>

  • Houston Losing Last Full-Service Sheet-Music Store Next Month
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    Houston Losing Last Full-Service Sheet-Music Store Next Month

    published Apr 30, 2014

    After 21 years in the Houston area, next month RBC Music will no longer host a local location. The city's last full-service sheet music store will shut its doors on May 15. Previously, RBC had partn... More >>

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    5 Most Bizarre Kids Show Entries on Conservapedia

    published Apr 29, 2014

    One of my favorite things in the world to do when I'm down is to go hit the random button on Andrew Schafly's "answer" to the liberal bias of Wikipedia, Conservapedia. If you've ever had to wean yours... More >>

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    "He's Autistic. Is It Okay if They Play Together?"

    published Apr 28, 2014

    This weekend was the last weekend where I had to go find a place that was mostly free, had wifi, was air conditioned, and had something to keep my four-year-old occupied while I tried to get some writ... More >>

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    Doctor Who: Yes, Katy, There Is a Doctor

    published Apr 28, 2014

    April 2014 has been a bad month in House With One F. Jobs have been lost, loved ones have entered hospitals, and bizarre vehicular failures have been the norm. Amidst all of that misery, I received at... More >>

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    5 Video Games Taking on Cancer

    published Apr 25, 2014

    Here at the Houston Press we have a little saying, and that saying is "Cancer can suck the tail pipe of an uninspected Chrysler." Around 1,500 Americans die daily of the disease, which is like 9/11 h... More >>

  • Leslie VanLovelace, Houston's Jet-Setting Pin-Up Model

    published Apr 24, 2014

    See that picture up there? That's what model Leslie VanLovelace does. The East Houston native is a rising Houston pin-up model with a unique, devilish style and a beauty that cannot be denied. Her pic... More >>

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    Exploring the Changes at the Children's Museum of Houston

    published Apr 24, 2014

    I had the opportunity to explore the Children's Museum of Houston for the first time in several months, and found that they'd done some significant rearranging. The first thing that you'll notice is... More >>

  • April Kickstarter Round-Up: Geeks and a Rotten Film

    published Apr 24, 2014

    Once a month we'll be bringing you a look at some of the best local Kickstarter campaigns in order to let you know what's getting ready to be unleashed through the help of small investors. Magic: The... More >>

  • The Most Horrifying Episode of Jake and the Never Land Pirates Ever

    published Apr 24, 2014

    I'm a big fan of whenever my Comcast on demand service updates and allows me to persuade my daughter to watch a new episode of something instead of her personal favorite for the 18th time. Up this tim... More >>

  • Walking an Awesome Mile With Nathan Quick

    published Apr 24, 2014

    The last time I had heard of Nathan Quick it was a passing notice that he'd captured the 2012 Houston Press Music Award for best singer-songwriter. I always meant to check out his stuff, but life got ... More >>

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    Rest of the Best: 10 Best Places for Parkour in Houston

    published Apr 24, 2014

    If you're unfamiliar with the term, parkour is basically what happens when people play Super Mario Bros in real life. You find yourself a good spot full of interesting terrain, then you jump, climb,... More >>

  • The Last VJ's Five Best Videos of the Week

    published Apr 24, 2014

    Welcome back to The Last VJ, music fans. This week I show you the most disturbing thing I have ever run across. It makes Grinderman's "Heathen Child" look like a Bieber video, and no, I'm not joking a... More >>

  • Children's Museum Offering Free Vaccinations

    published Apr 23, 2014

    The practicing of preventing deadly and debilitating illness through vaccination is currently under attack in the United States, but the Children's Museum of Houston has partnered with the Houston Dep... More >>

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    Conjoined Brings Two-Headed Horror

    published Apr 22, 2014

    Joe Grisaffi (In a Madman's World, Pirate of the Caribbean) is back in the director's seat with a brand-new horror flick as part of a new Roger Corman-esque approach to elevating the Houston horror fi... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Rachel Bays, Filming Them Softly

    published Apr 22, 2014

    Welcome to The Rocks Off 200, our portrait gallery of the most compelling profiles and personalities in the far-flung Houston music community -- a lot more than just musicians, but of course they're i... More >>

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    Doctor Who: Is Tom Baker Finally Done With Doctor Who?

    published Apr 22, 2014

    This month I finally got a chance to tap into the return of Tom Baker to the role of the Fourth Doctor in his Big Finish audio drama "The Evil One". The radio plays have offered pre-2005 Doctors a cha... More >>

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