Anybody who writes words for a living (or even as a hobby) makes mistakes. Best efforts, constant proofreading, there are all sorts of checks and balances to ensure that words conveyed on a page (or an epitaph or a statue or a billboard...or a sign in a locker room) are spelled correctly and used p ... More >>
The Unknown Known director talks self-deception.
Errol Morris tells us he's tired of interviewing people.
Houston has a strong job market. Many of those jobs are professional positions in a wide range of industries. Many of the people working in those jobs are creepy, sometimes even murderous criminals. Just because you've earned a PhD and a seven figure income doesn't mean you can't be wretched. All ... More >>
Three of Houston's best come together onstage
Will all those who are dead please raise your hand? And now, HouStoned presents "Dead Letter Office," our soon-to-be-ongoing series of letters inspired by Deathswitch.com, a local service that enables folks to send emails after they die. From: "David Harris" [firstname.lastname@example.org] To: "Clara Harri ... More >>
Clara Harris argues that Justice Nuchia, the ex-chief of police, has never met a conviction he didn't like
The wild ride of the teen who became a front-seat witness to her father's killing
Odell Barnes joins a growing list of death row inmates whose convictions have become a lot less clear-cut during the appeals process.
After a bout of Arrested Development, Dionne Farris' moment has arrived