When John McClane lost his family, the movieslost much of John McClane
How did people ever survive without Twitter? Luckily, it is now a strictly theoretical question, as we are comfortably ensconced in a world where we are kept updated on what very casual acquaintances are having for lunch, or whether that one person who occasionally provides a newsy update is curren ... More >>
Wrapping up Houston's holiday shows.
The setup: The perennially popular movie featuring Jimmy Stewart is recast, this time as a highly original radio play. The execution: The production is much more than audio, as we are at the art deco set of WBKR, a radio station featuring The Playhouse of the Air. In fact, it is filled with visua ... More >>
Same Story, sorta...with the same characters, kinda
Memoral Day is the time we honor those who gave their lives for their country, and families everywhere will be going to graves to leave something for the young boys who "never saw gray hair."Hollywood has always been fond of graveside scenes, of course, especially for war movies. The web is full of ... More >>
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All Wrapped Up
Male fulfillment and lack thereof
Houston's microbrewer starts lobbying
David Mamet satirizes the loose morality of small-town America with his latest
Sports palaces, city cell-phone shenanigans and subdivisions where Montrose once stood. Could any self-respecting survivalist leave the bunker behind?
Mad City hammers the idiocy of TV news