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11:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Another Cat Mutilated in Timbergrove Timbergrove residents are upset after yet another dead and dismembered cat was discovered over the weekend. The September 20th discovery is the latest in a string of grisly killings in the other... More >>
Houston News
10:30 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
College Football, Week 4: The Weekend In Tweets, Vines, and YouTube We're still waiting, college football. Still waiting on that "Holy shit!" weekend of games where some foundational pieces of the Top 25 get shaken up and we see the earth shift a little bit in... More >>
Art Attack
10:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Detroit: The Joys of Suburbia and Relationships at Catastrophic A turntable stage swings from one backyard to the other. In Detroit, playwright Lisa D'Amour's play about (despite its name) an unidentified suburbia, two couples end up living next door to each o... More >>
Houston News
9:30 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Steven Hotze Reams Gays in Conference Call If there's one think Steven Hotze has thought long and hard about, it's sex between a man and a boy. As elder statesman of Houston's homophobic right-wingnutters, the doctor (we use that term l... More >>
Art Attack
9:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Andre Watts Dazzles with a Spirited Rachmanioff's Piano Concerto No. 2 Pianist Andre Watts received a rousing standing ovation after his performance of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 2 with the Houston Symphony on Friday night. Concert goers popped to their feet... More >>
Art Attack
8:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Better Know Your Real Texas Vampires So, there's a new Dracula movie coming out and Halloween is around the corner. Vampires are currently like the Rolling Stones in that they are ancient and trying desperately to stay relevant. The... More >>
Art Attack
7:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Women in the Pit Opens Ensemble Theatre's New Season The Setup:The play by Joyce Sylvester and directed by Eileen J. Morris opens with a dilemma: Mount Zion church is dying a slow death. Its congregation is dwindling, and its youth ministry is non... More >>
Houston News
6:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Cougars Whip The Rebels While Rice Embarrassed By Old Dominion Morning football, evening football, there was plenty of college football for Houston-area fans on Saturday as Rice hosted Old Dominion in the morning and UH hosted UNLV that night. There were als... More >>
Rocks Off
5:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Luke Bryan at The Woodlands, 9/19/2014 Luke Bryan, Lee Brice Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion September 19, 2014 Among the various forms of popular music, country seems to age the most gracefully. An old rapper can keep trying to put ... More >>
Rocks Off
4:00 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
Joe Bonamassa Is Feeling Different Shades of Blue If you were searching for Joe Bonamassa's new record Different Shades of Blue in an actual record store (remember those?), you'd likely find it in the "Blues" section. But like most of the work h... More >>
Rocks Off
3:30 am
Sep. 22, 2014
Houston News
The Five Best Concerts In Houston This Week: Royal Blood, Paul Thorn, Tom Petty, etc. Royal Blood Warehouse Live, September 23 Britpop is having a moment in the U.S. again, as groups as disparate as Arctic Monkeys and Bastille have been greeted by alt-rock stations and listeners ... More >>
Rocks Off
3:22 pm
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Untapped Festival Postponed Until Next Month The heavy rains that have blanketed the Houston area the past 48 hours have forced the postponement of tomorrow's Untapped festival due to the conditions at Discovery Green. According to the festi... More >>
Houston News
11:30 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Ex-Jailer Fired After Inmate Death Sues to Get Job Back A Harris County detention officer fired in the wake of an inmate death is suing Sheriff Adrian Garcia and the Civil Service Commission in a bid to get his job back. Christopher Taylor claims tha... More >>
Art Attack
11:00 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Victor/Victoria: A Girl Playing a Guy Playing a Girl, but Where's the Show? The set-up: The French have a word for it - lousy. When the best part of a Broadway musical is the proscenium curtain - a stunning piece of faux French art deco with golden geometric fountains... More >>
Houston News
10:00 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
UPDATED: USDA Warns UH Over Monkey Dehydration Death The USDA has warned the University of Houston that it could face severe penalties if it doesn't correct conditions in its research lab, where two rhesus monkeys have died since 2012. The August... More >>
Art Attack
9:30 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Reviews for the Easily Distracted: The Maze Runner Title: The Maze Runner Finally! I've Been Wondering What Happened to Tom Hanks After His Psychotic Break. You're thinking of Mazes and Monsters, though Dylan O'Brien does kind of resemble a young... More >>
Art Attack
9:00 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Free Game Day: Robo Trobo 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: Robo Trobo Genre:... More >>
Houston News
8:30 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
NFL: This Weekend's Best Bets Coming into the season, we all knew the Texans' schedule was relatively light. Granted, every team on the Texans' schedule was looking at the Texans as one of their opponents to justify thinking ... More >>
Eating Our Words
8:00 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
The 5 Best Things to Eat or Drink This Weekend: Spice Things Up at the 14th Annual Hot Sauce Festival Mixers & Elixirs @ Houston Museum of Natural Science Friday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. 5555 Hermann Park Drive Don't you just love Talk Like A Pirate Day? The Houston Museum of Natural Science sure doe... More >>
Rocks Off
7:00 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Reformed Rapper Lecrae's Chart Victory for Houston Wednesday, Lecrae Moore, the 34-year-old rapper who was born and raised in Houston but now resides in Atlanta, broke new ground. His latest album, the accurately titled Anomaly sold 88,000 copies... More >>
Eating Our Words
6:00 am
Sep. 19, 2014
Houston News
Openings & Closings: Enjoy Sorrel While You Still Can If you enjoy Sorrel Urban Bistro, you might want to get over there for their last few months of service. Greg Morago of Houston Chronicle reports that Ziggy Gruber, of Kenny & Ziggy's, is taking... More >>
Eating Our Words
10:00 am
Sep. 18, 2014
Houston News
Chef Chat, Part 2: Rebecca Masson of Fluff Bake Bar In Part 1, we learned about Rebecca Masson's journey that would take her from the slopes of Breckenridge, to one of the finest culinary schools in the world and, eventually, to Houston. Here... More >>
Eating Our Words
9:00 am
Sep. 18, 2014
Houston News
Savory Spice Shop in Rice Village: An Easy Way to Test Out New Smells and Tastes It's not every day a store clerk encourages you to drop your sample on the floor once you've finished testing it. It makes sense, though, at Rice Village's Savory Spice Shop where 99 percent... More >>
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