People are oddly fascinated with horrible happenings. We get it. Some want to see the evidence and make contact with people who perpetrated the crimes. But it's still stunning to see the gun Charles Whitman used at the University of Texas Tower shootings up for auction. That is, until we saw all of ... More >>
A few days ago, Beyonce was texting while driving, which is not only dangerous but now actually against the law in most places. One of those places happens to be New York City, where she was pulled over by the police and given a ticket for the aforementioned digital-age misdemeanor. What was ... More >>
The Houston activist says he's dumped the hate
Two things were made abundantly clear at the Victoria Osteen trial today: one is that Sharon Brown deserves millions upon millions of dollars for being attacked by a rabidly out-of-control harpie; and the other is that there is simply no greater attorney in Houston – nay, in world history – than ... More >>
Some time back I was honored to be roasted, along with the “sanctimonious Houston Press,” in Best In Texas music magazine for a review I had written about local songwriter Dan Crump’s album Truth Is. In a rambling full-page editorial slyly couched in terms of his deceased mother’s instruct ... More >>
Houston's Unity Church hosts the former megachurch preacher who wrote, "God Is Not a Christian"
The wasted life of Texas filmmaker Eagle Pennell
Perot inspired his legions to throw the hypocritical rascals out of politics. He just never thought he'd get the boot, too
Vincent's Murphy's daughter seized control of his empire. Now he wants it back.
The drummer with the big stick bares all about jail, Motley Crue and Pamela Anderson
Narcissism drives Warren Beatty into the 'hood
Why have bus lines to Mexico bloomed all across the East End? Maybe because it's a family affair.
Lottery operator Gtech was especially kind to the political friends of Texas Comptroller John Sharp. But when supervision of the company was moved from Sharp's office, the party was over.
Bill Hardy's Houston Rep hopes to give the city a fourth professional theater