Check out which local chef sure looks a lot like a Spice Girl, who might be hosting a game show in his spare time, and who we think is a long-lost triplet: See also: - 12 Celebrity Chefs Who Have Cartoon Doppelgangers - 13 Celebrity Chef Doppelgangers 13. Kaz Edwards vs. Joshua Jackson We could s ... More >>
Oh, hockey, keep tryingIf we can all agree that the four major sports in this country are baseball, football, basketball, and hockey (sorry Dynamo fans), then I'd like to take a moment just to make an analogy on the marketing and strategic direction of each sport. Let's use a language that a ... More >>
"A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away, God said, "Let there be lips. And there were lips. And they began to sing!" - The Audience Glee on FacebookRocks Off will never forget the night we first heard a bunch of reprobates screaming at a movie screen while half-clad cult members panto ... More >>
It's a valid question, even in light of the specter of Satanism rearing its seven heads over Delaware last week. Actually, maybe that's the quick and dirty answer to my question: the reality of the Tea Party is funnier than any airplane food joke Christine O'Donnell could tell at the Improv. ... More >>
The Humane Society and big agriculture slug it out over animal rights.
Liven up your Halloween parties this year with some carne asada con silly string. Welcome back to the weekly roundup here at Eating Our Words, where we defiantly eat summer sausage in the winter and we don't care who knows it. We kicked off this week at a sort of cookout triathlon with a plot ... More >>
Last autumn, when you could only get smooth, creamy, Real Ale Coffee Porter on draft, I named it one of my Top Ten Texas beers. This year, I was delighted to find it in bottles. I wasn't so delighted by the $9 price tag at the Bunker Hill HEB, but I gritted my teeth and paid up.
Sarah Silverman speaks the unspeakable. And funny? Oh, hell, yes.
Like Big Fish for little kids, Robots works hard to please everyone
Austin-based Grimy Styles lives up to its name
Tim Conway and Harvey Korman are still kicking after all these years
TV managed to suck and blow in 2000, but still, we watched...and watched
But his creator, comic James Ladmirault, lives on
Sneeringly funny Drowning Mona sleuths around backwater America
Think of the mildly amusing Big Tease as the Spinal Tap of haute coiffure