Victoria Jackson went from the big leagues of comedy to the rabid right of modern politics.
"The InPORNant!" No?Matt Damon has always seemed like a pretty personable guy. He comes across as pretty smart, isn't known for being a cad (poor Minnie Driver notwithstanding) or acting like a jackass in public, and generally seems like one of the few celebrities we might actually invite int ... More >>
Photos by John Nova LomaxWheels fit for a celebration.Early yesterday, Michael Berry, the former Boy Wonder of Houston politics turned radio rabble-rouser, sent out a press release plugging a "Houston Celebration: Osama Bin Laden Dead." The event would be later that day at Hefley's, a Texalic ... More >>
Rocks Off combs through Craigslist's postings hoping to find the genesis of some great musical endeavor. So when we saw a posting looking for Arabic singers, we were intrigued. After all, this is a time of mosque burnings and our upstairs neighbors passing anti-Sharia laws. It must take a he ... More >>
American hero Matt Damon and his WMD of a movie Green Zone confirm the big lie, Hollywood-style.
In a highly competitive 2009 field, Governor Rick Perry is the biggest gobbler of them all.
Get Out of Jail Free
Don't miss the powerful, curious animation screening at DiverseWorks
No wonder all the bees are dying — Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing
A conversation with director James Longley
Sacha Baron Cohen's howlingly funny mockumentary goes looking for America
Gary Webb's reporting on CIA ties to cocaine destroyed his life, too
Knocking back a few with the Kinky crowd
Houston minister Dr. K.A. Paul flies around the globe using Jesus to pull in worldwide donations -- unfortunately spending more money on jet fuel than orphans
Call the cops! Call the fire department! Tony Cantu and the Epernay subdivision are at it again.
Celester Hall went to Afghanistan to help the troops and make his fortune. He came back deaf, in diapers and looking for benefits.
Three things you didn't know about Vince Vance and the Valiants
HPD loses its cool at the Halliburton demonstration
Warriors of the right take their battle against the left to the streets of New York
Michael Moore goes Bushwacking in Fahrenheit 9/11
Photogs and reviewers cruise each other at the Meeting Place
Tackling the team spirit
Guerin's Bistro fights the good fight while anti-French sentiment swirls about Houston and the United States
The White House-cracking cybergang is gone. Now Houston’s most notorious hacker hopes to reboot his life and return to his love: computers.
When these soldiers became writers, the pen becomes very mighty indeed
From leftist camps and corporate security to semi-panic and port patrols, Houstonians tackle terrorism threats. Sort of.
A year of Super Bowl media hype has begun
Nuclear Assault's Danny Lilker detonates a few mushroom clouds
A guide to new holiday discs, from surprise presents to Tannen-bombs
Billy Bragg and the Blokes want to know
Wannabes can become mobsters for a night at The Soapranos
Location will be a trying problem for Fastow's legal team
The latest terrorist flick isn't just insensitive -- it's downright senseless
L.A. curator turns "The Big Show" into a breezy stroll along Santa Monica Boulevard
The industry's initial reaction to Welles's masterwork should serve as a lesson to WorldFest filmmakers
Horses focuses on the children whose actions speak volumes about the persecuted Kurds
Sudan campaigns for Congress amid connubial carnage
Mike Scranton's creations are the evilest looking things in the parade. And he'll wrassle anyone who says otherwise.
Why would the U.S. ship dozens of snowmobiles to the Caribbean?