The Yes MenDepending on your world view, The Yes Men Fix the World, out on DVD today, is either very, very funny or really, really not funny at all. But humorous or not, it is entertaining and should be required viewing for anyone who doubts that big business is out to screw the public.In th ... More >>
The Wire's creator moves south in Treme on HBO.
The Yes Men's cheerful quest for social justice.
A chunk of the Houston art world has fled to New Orleans this weekend for the opening of Prospect.1 New Orleans, which is apparently a very big deal. Organizers say the brand-new art fair is “the largest biennial of international contemporary art ever organized in the United States…conceived in ... More >>
All you Houstonians who have been bitching about that New Orleans riff-raff that came here after Katrina, prepare to feel shame. Ray Nagin, mayor of the Big Easy, is going to officially welcome anyone from Houston displaced by Ike. Here's the announcement: Mayor Ray Nagin, joined by leaders of th ... More >>
To help Houston's 106,000 Katrina evacuees find a job, the Community Settlement Network has utilized that great tool that allows folks to show-off their X-rated Street Fighter overdubs. Think Like a Houstonian, now posted on YouTube, is an eight-minute educational video in which two Katrina survivo ... More >>
Jamie Foxx, Mary J. Blige and more hit H-town
New Orleans mayoral candidates are looking for votes -- and finding them in Houston
Houston-based immigrants who flock to New Orleans can get all the jobs they want. Getting paid is a lot harder.
A New Birth Brass Band set at the Volcano makes Racket long for a new and improved tinfoil hat
A New Orleans boy in Houston ponders what nevermore may be