Houston, you only have a few weeks left to enjoy your free weekly TV section in the Sunday paper. This announcement applies only to the few dozen people who still do so, most of them looking for Matlock reruns.The Houston Chronicle announced this weekend it is joining the hosts of dailies who are ... More >>
Photo by Lorena CupcakeIt's official: Hearst, the company that owns the Houston Chronicle and several other large papers (as well as TV stations and magazines), has killed off the print edition of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.Ominous times.The rumor mill is working overtime here in Houston; many e ... More >>
Langella and Sheen capture a summit of egos as Frost/Nixon goes from stage to screen
Forget this movie's poker face. It's the people who are cards.
Opening day for America's fourth national sport is upon us
A Broadway Superstar returns to save your soul
The day of the Locust is at hand
Mineko Grimmer shows there is order in the chaos. You just have to wait for it.
Catherine Mehaffey Shelton's husband got convicted of murder. And the jury believed Shelton was with him.
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
June 17 - 23, 1999
December 24 - 30, 1998
Congressional attempts to ax TV violence may put the First Amendment under the gun