Rush Limbaugh: A reasoned voice in a sea of shrill partisan rhetoricHappy 60th birthday to the man who helped birth modern right-wing talk radio in the late '80s, and made the world safe for the dozens of like-minded and ratings-hungry guys who would follow in his footsteps, stomping on the f ... More >>
Another week and yet another clash of the sorta-titans, wherein we pit some of Houston's best and brightest music luminaries against each other in brutal mortal combat. This week we will briefly take a step away from the burgeoning Bayou City indie scene to spotlight two of the town's radio perso ... More >>
Not even the great Larry David can salvage Woody's shtick.
Photo by Brian Friedman Rocks Off was recently able to conduct an e-mail interview with comedian / musician Stephen Lynch, who plays tomorrow night (Saturday, April 4) at the Verizon Wireless Theater. Rocks Off: We'll get the dry, technical question out of the way first: what comes first, the music ... More >>
The loudest, boldest comic actor around takes an endless victory lap
Between The Rock and a hard place, The Rundown isn't so bad
Sunil Thakkar's a plenty cool Indian-American. But he wants his socially pathetic Fresh-Off-the-Boat past to work mainstream cinema magic.
Eddie Murphy plays Daddy, once more, just be "Cos"
A Mexican group plans to launch an Argentine grill that suits American tastes
Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors
In two decades, Wally Swett's sanctuary has become a place of peace for primates - it's the humans that have him going bananas
Paul Wesolowski knows the secret word: Groucho
The Cordóa brothers share the last laugh with their deliciously silly Amazon Grill
In Woody's world, everyone erupts into show tunes
In The Madness of King George, it's not good to be king