High on Fire House of Blues, November 25 Wrenching Motorhead's classic speed-thrash into new dimensions of brutality and doom, High on Fire also packs its songs with nasty imagery like pestilence, plague, vermin and "Bastard Samurai" to go with the spectacular album art. Across five albums, the Oak ... More >>
Houston singer Kyle Cousins is making Hollywood take notice, not only because the 19-year-old suffers from autism, but because his songs rock.The fashionable teen already has a bevy of his songs available on iTunes and now it looks like one of his songs is up for consideration as the theme for a new ... More >>
As someone who's been there, I can empathize with the folks from the Houston Chronicle, Schlumberger, and a host of other companies whose employees have gotten the axe in recent weeks. Not being an HR manager, I can unfortunately only offer up a collection of "laid-off scenes" to help you briefly f ... More >>
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Ellis Paul performs Sunday, May 13, at the Mucky Duck, 2425 Norfolk, 713-528-5999.
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Hilarious Rob Schneider flick? Who'd have seen it coming?
The timeless Jonathan Richman comes to the Continental
The Farrelly brothers swing straight and hit the sweet spot
The idiots what brung you Dumb and Dumber ain't funny no more
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The Slump XXXmas Show takes irreverence to a new (lower) level
Jack keeps the Farrelly brothers from drowning in the Shallow end
Osmosis Jones ails from more than the virus that overtakes Bill Murray's body
When C.D. Payne stopped writing ad copy, he created a revolutionary teenage hero
Scary Movie aims for all the obvious horror targets - and actually nails some
The freewheeling comedic actor has double the fun in Me, Myself & Irene
A not-subtle but unsettling Joe the King exposes child abuse
Farrellys' Providence pits innocence with outrageous fun
The old were bold in an era of Hollywood mainstream misses