Jim Sherman

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  • 18 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    There are memories of pivotal moments in life that are branded deeply on the brain: first kiss, first spin of a T-Bone Walker album, first car, first time leaving home. If you're lucky, there's another memory you can add to that list: first taste ...

  • 19 years ago

    If you ever wanted proof of the benefits of education, Horace-Alexander Young is it. Over the last decade, the Houston native and admired jazz flute virtuoso has found himself recording, touring the world and serving as musical director for the li...

  • 19 years ago

    Think of Webb Wilder, the self-styled "last of the full-grown men," as a road-show Warren Zevon. Like Zevon, Wilder uses a mix of sledgehammer rock and witty, twisted lyrics that's a rocket ship to a strange (and fun) planet. Drawing from a far-ra...

  • 19 years ago

    Some timing. Just when Green Day's lesser ilk have drained nearly every liter of urgency from punk's once-proud legacy, along comes a group of its more durable practitioners to apply defibrillator paddles to its lukewarm carcass. Those potential l...

  • 19 years ago

    Three years ago, Wynonna Judd seemed set to become the new queen of country music. As half of the Judds, Wynonna crafted with mother Naomi a blend of earthy twang and slickness that helped reignite country's traditionalist movement in the early '8...

  • 19 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    There are few experiences more giddy than realizing you've become a character trapped in a bad movie, and there's no way to roll the credits without finishing your dinner. The new Fakawwee Lodge, the latest cubic zirconia in the Shepherd Plaza cro...