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Last week, the Houston Press started a little war of words on Twitter and on HAIF about the best pizza in Houston. Apparently, there's a disturbing number of people in Houston who honestly believe (whether because they've never eaten anywhere else -- not even at a Chuck E. Cheese -- or because ... More >>
If you're a child of the '80s, much of your misspent youth was misspent in front of the television taking in shows like Mr. Wizard and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. But just as those classic TV shows from your childhood have remained with you all these years, so have the equally classic commercials. ... More >>
The Hangover is almost as funny as Old School.
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Newest DDR: Same game, fresh set list.
How do these pretty boys stack up against some real dealers of death?
Rugrats run amok at the H-E-B Children's Festival
A rundown of every act on this year's bill
Latinos take on rap music and make it their own
One princess isn't enough for Disney's lady-killer
The "San Phillipy" set swears by Tony Vallone's first Mexican restaurant, but don't go looking for authenticity
Floridita has a cute concept. Is there anything wrong with that?
He was hurt by his mother, ripped away from the foster parents who loved him and put in an institution where he was abused. That's when Alice and Ellery Riha really decided to fight.
A pair of Swingers gets whacked in the witless mob comedy Made
She gave up her infant son to two strangers who became her friends. Now, more than two years later, she's still in his life, visiting regularly. In an open adoption, they're all doing their best for Ryan.
A fiddler gets a leg up on the competition
Music, a Houston DJ andthe lure of Austin
Warning: Tobacco companies' advertising money may be addictive in Houston's club scene
Crowded and confusing Dixie's Red Hot Roadhouse may be. But, oh, what a fryer.
Connie's Market Seafood makes "You buy, we fry" an invitation to something marvelous
With the "No Future" generation deciding to breed, are we headed for anarchy in the pre-K?
Children's theater is alive, well and thriving in Houston