When it comes to Houston's music scene and the lack of respect it gets, you can do two things -- complain or do something about it. Organizers and participants of the Springboard South Music Festival and Conference choose the latter. They want local musicians, music-oriented enterprises and music fa ... More >>
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Need for Speed goes nowhere fast.
I've said it many times in this space -- we are all dorks. I don't mean we all have pocket protectors and pull our trousers up to an unreasonably high waist level (or even use the word "trousers" instead of the hipper, cooler "pants"), I mean that we all obsess over something, obsess to an extent t ... More >>
The way broadcast journalists and politicans present themselves to th epublic is explored in Tell Me What You Want ro Hear by Liz Magic Laser
With big-studio millions behind him, Genndy Tartakovsky still goes it alone.
''Today of course those techniques are so common it's hard to imagine just how radical they once were. Believe me, it wasn't always easy getting people to accept them, but I think it was worth the effort.'' -- Steve Sabol in a 2011 interview with the Associated Press, discussing his and his father' ... More >>
Alex "Pr!mo" Luster got himself a documentary from the street art life.
Foodways Texas is among our three winning arts groups.
Wanda's Sykes I'ma be Me comedy special hits the shelves today. The performance was filmed after the Emmy Award-winning actress/comedian/ author/talk show host appeared at the White House Correspondent's Dinner, where she raised a few eyebrows when she cracked on Rush Limbaugh. The conservative c ... More >>
Actor/Comedian/Singer fronts Houston Symphony