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  1. Film

    Everyone Says I’d Do You
    John Turturro and Woody Allen charm in a Brooklyn sex comedy.
  2. Film

    Marvel Goes Conspiracy Thriller in Captain America: The Winter Soldier
    This time, it’s Captain Asskick goes to Washington.
  3. Film

    Bon Vivamps
    Jarmusch’s undead know how to live.
  4. Music

    Vaughaligan Walwyn Is Using Hip-Hop to Spread the Good Word
    Onetime Houston MC Von Won reinvents himself as the city's premier hip-hop pastor.
  5. News

    Houston's Hidden Homeless Live Under Bridges, in the Shadows, Out of Sight and Mind
    Thousands are caught in the repetitive cycle of homelessness, and there aren't enough safe places to sleep for all of them.
  6. Film

    Noah Wants to Be a Mad Epic
    The Wrestler director goes biblical with CG blockbuster.
  7. Film

    Gliding Toward Enlightenment
    Manakamana places you atop the world, 11 times.
  8. News

    Rick Perry Is the King of Pay-to-Play
    Rick Perry's employment agency and McCutcheon simplified.
  9. News

    Dr. Steven Hotze's Weird War Against the Texas Medical Board
    Right wing physicians claim the TMB doesn't play fair. Not everyone agrees.
  10. Dining

    Caracol, Hugo Ortega's Latest Outpost, is Reeling Them In
    The ambitious new spot is making waves.
  11. Dining

    100 Favorite Dishes 2014: A Love Letter to Houston Food
    Celebrating our city's diverse culinary scene.
  12. News

    The Horse "Soring" Torture Show
    The cruel world the Prevent All Soring Tactics Act is trying to shut down.
  13. News

    For Many Refugees, the Journey to America Ends in a Cold Jail Cell
    While the United States decides their fate, asylum seekers sit in immigration detention.
  14. Dining

    Where to Eat in Houston for Easter 2014
    Your guide to holiday meals.
  15. Dining

    Is There Room in the Neighborhood for Heights General Store?
    Newcomer wants its down-home, fresh approach to succeed.
  16. Music

    Neon Boots Is Writing a New Chapter of Country Music
    All are welcome at the LGBT country bar.
  17. News

    How Boston Is Taking Back Its Marathon
    Hall of Fame runner Bill Rodgers talks the magic of the marathon.
  18. Dining

    The Newest Churrascos Is a Satisfying Chip Off the Cordúa Block
    This latest branch is as successful as the first.
  19. Dining

    Tiger Den's Noodles and Broth Are Vying to Be Houston's Best
    This hole-in-the-wall has lines out the door.
  20. Film

    Transcendence Gives Up the Ghost in the Machine
    It's business as usual for first-time director Wally Pfister.
  21. Culture

    Das Rheingold Is a Golden Start for HGO
    Houston Grand Opera gets off to a great start with the beginning of its epic march through Wagner’s The Ring of the Nibelung.
  22. Film

    Tom Hiddleston Threatens to One Day Play a Normal Guy
    Only Lovers Left Alive star talks gods and monsters.