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  • 100 Creatives 2014: Robert Gouner AKA Goon73

    published Aug 22, 2014

    What He Does: In 2008 Robert Gouner, the photographer who would become known as Goon73, was heavily into riding and building/customizing motorcycles. He wrote a monthly column for a motorcycle website... More >>

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    7 Best Steampunk Halloween Costumes for Pets

    published Aug 21, 2014

    It's a terrible feeling, waking up and realizing that there's little over two months left until Halloween and you don't have the perfect steampunk costume for your pet. You panic, utterly unmanned by ... More >>

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    The 10 Best Houston Inventions

    published Aug 21, 2014

    Ever since mankind figured out that prehistoric beasts die easier when you poke them with a pointy stick rather than beating them in the head with a far less pointy stick, humanity has lauded and cele... More >>

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    How Video Games Are Fighting Mental Illness

    published Aug 20, 2014

    There are lots of people that will tell you that video games rot the mind and encourage violent and deranged behavior. Most of these will focus on titles like the Grand Theft Auto, or on the objectifi... More >>

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    Doctor Who: 12 Time Lord Reasons Peter Capaldi Is Going to Be Great

    published Aug 20, 2014

    This Saturday Doctor Who returns for Series 8 (or Season 34, if you like) and with it we get a new Doctor. I think it's safe to say that the revived series has never had anything like the excitement t... More >>

  • The Leftovers: Typical Crazy

    published Aug 18, 2014

    This was honestly the first episode of The Leftovers I didn't like. The problem comes from a single error that often destroys apocalyptic fiction. That error is that pretending that the apocalypse it... More >>

  • True Blood: Your Warpaint Is Running

    published Aug 18, 2014

    Back when I was a big wrestling fan I had a rule; never watch the show before a big pay-per-view. For God's sake, never waste money going to a live show before the PPV. It's not that it's a ripoff pe... More >>

  • Free Game Day: Royal Warfare

    published Aug 15, 2014

    It's Friday, and we know you're just going to play on the Internet until it's time to leave work. Each week we'll be bringing you a free flash game to help the time pass! Game: Royal Warfare Genre: ... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: Mark Bradley, Camera Muse

    published Aug 15, 2014

    What He Does: Some of Houston's best photographers combine to forma giant Voltronian force of artistic thunder under the umbrella of Muse Studios. Robert Gouner, Stanford Moore, Shelby Carter, Gracie... More >>

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    Kelly Gale Amen Takes on Cancer Below the Belt With Vagina Pillows

    published Aug 14, 2014

    Celebrated designer Kelly Gale Amen is a cancer survivor. Specifically he is a prostate cancer survivor, and he's looking to call attention to cancers in places that most people feel are frankly emb... More >>

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    The Best Giant Robot Bugs in Houston

    published Aug 14, 2014

    When I was a kid my favorite thing every year was the Houston Museum of Natural Science's annual Dinomation. This was long before we had the amazing Morian Hall of Paleontology, and our dinosaur offer... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Jess Walker, the Pride of Pride Houston

    published Aug 14, 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 >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: James Ferry, Comic Art Sucker Punch

    published Aug 13, 2014

    What He Does: James Ferry is yet another of the extremely talented comic artists living here in Houston. His dream was to make films, and he actually has several credits as a writer, director, and sto... More >>

  • The Leftovers: Holiness on the Wane

    published Aug 11, 2014

    One aspect of the show that I haven't really talked about much is that of Holy Wayne and his strange hold over Sheriff Garvey's son Tom. Frankly, when you've got a much more interesting cult in the fo... More >>

  • True Blood: Moby vs. Mopey

    published Aug 11, 2014

    Spoilers ahead in this one. Big spoilers. As the last season of True Blood comes to a close, it's pretty clear that we're saying goodbye to better aspects of the show the way you say goodbye to a fr... More >>

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    The 10 Hottest Scenes in Film (Where No One Takes His or Her Clothes Off)

    published Aug 11, 2014

    Hollywood has been very kind to the millions of Americans that need something artsy to masturbate to. Of course sex and sexiness have had their place in art ever since the first cave man drew the firs... More >>

  • Free Game Day: The Great Magician's Curse: Magicians 2

    published Aug 08, 2014

    It's Friday, and we know you're just going to play on the Internet until it's time to leave work. Each week we'll be bringing you a free flash game to help the time pass! Game: The Great Magician's C... More >>

  • Mood Indigo Is Tiresomely Quirky, Then Shockingly Dark

    published Aug 08, 2014

    Michel Gondry is one of those directors like Baz Luhrmann and Tim Burton. They've got a style, and what a style it is, but sometimes that style is just so... them. You watch a movie like The Great Gat... More >>

  • 5 Reasons I'm Disappointed With My PS4

    published Aug 07, 2014

    The Playstation 4 is the first game console I've bought at launch since the Super Nintendo. That was more than a half a year ago, and I don't think I've played it more than once every couple of weeks ... More >>

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    Rest of the Best: 10 Best Houston Indie Movie Posters

    published Aug 07, 2014

    Our city produces some really excellent films. Much of it horror, sure, but that's indie filmmaking for you. It's always easy to start with horror. Once you've got your film, though, you've got to ma... More >>

  • Superhero Sequel at the Children's Museum

    published Aug 06, 2014

    Last year the Children's Museum of Houston hosted the Summer of Epic Adventure, a superhero-themed series of days and activities that my four-year-old dragged me to at least four times. It was such ... More >>

  • 100 Creatives 2014: Alonzo Williams Jr., Shooting the Music

    published Aug 06, 2014

    What He Does: There are plenty of photographers in the city of Houston. There are even plenty of photographers that specialize in shooting musicians. There are probably not any that feel the power of ... More >>

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    Doctor Who: 5 Best "Day of the Doctor" Re-Edits

    published Aug 06, 2014

    I don't know if I will ever watch something as personally exciting as the 50th Anniversary special "The Day of the Doctor". On one hand the Zygons were kind of a bust, Eccleston refused to take part, ... More >>

  • The Rocks Off 200: Frank Ortiz, Synth-Pop Served Perfectly Frank

    published Aug 05, 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 >>

  • The Leftovers: The Industry of Post-Apocalypse

    published Aug 04, 2014

    I love an American apocalypse more than any other kind. I mean, 28 Days Later was awesome too (By that I mean Chistopher Eccleston was also in it), but Americans are simply made for the end of the wor... More >>

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