Has it been a year already?
Secret shows in Houston don't always stay that way. It's also not a secret that 97.9 The Box has been making quite certain its focus on local rappers is heard vociferously. Last year, the first edition of 97.9 The Concert featured a number of who's who in the local rap community. Propain, he of the ... More >>
I have Comcast at my house. I know, I know. It wasn't my first choice, but it was all I could have at my previous abode and I like CSN Houston. Plus, I'm a masochist. For the most part, my Comcast service has been solid since I bought a new house and moved last summer. I don't complain too much, so ... More >>
Is it Fall already? Considering that Houston rap doesn't seem to recognize dates on the calendar, we're here pretty much anticipating rappers and musicians to say they're releasing something like gifts on Christmas. So far, here's what we do know is on the horizon: the most anticipated rap releases ... More >>
Del Toro's Pacific Rim offers monster/robot glory.
Dear Jay-Z, Oh, Jigga-Man, how do you do it? You are a rap icon, business mogul, cultural talisman. So many things to so many of the populace. How do you keep up with such a scorching little number like Ms. Knowles? Must be tiring as Hades, waiting for a team of stylists and couturiers to dress and ... More >>
enters the pantheon of classic games
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Chicks who rock and Tourbaby take the Washington Avenue stage
Almost Famous writer-director gets by with a little help from Peter Frampton
Hercules fritters away its strengths