City decides to go along to get along with Houston's strip clubs.
When you live in a city like Houston, it can be easy to forget just how diverse it actually is. Most of us have friends from a wide range of ethnic backgrounds. Our co-workers and even family members don't look like us and we embrace it. Houston is, after all and according to some, the most diverse ... More >>
It's official: Hearst, the company that owns the Houston Chronicle and several other large papers (as well as TV stations and magazines), has killed off the print edition of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.Ominous times.The rumor mill is working overtime here in Houston; many expect the latest (and b ... More >>
Hearst, the media company that owns the Houston Chronicle, announced this afternoon it was all but killing one of its other large papers, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.Hearst officials said they would look for a buyer for the paper, but if -- as expected -- no one comes forth, they would consider o ... More >>
Damn, it feels good to be a gangsta The countdown to happy hour is well underway, assuming you even observe such formalities. Here on Upper Milam, things are moving a little slow today thanks to the Detroit Cobras and Willowz, who sent a packed house at Rudz last night home sweaty, happy and not at ... More >>
In World War II, Houston attorney Leon Jaworski prosecuted a group of black American soldiers. In a hurried-up trial, they were court-martialed and sentenced to hard labor. The verdict was probably wrong. And Jaworski had a lot to do with that.
Gore Verbinski and Naomi Watts throw their hats into The Ring
Mattress Mac's bowl was a joke everywhere but Houston
Bankrupt journalist of the year v. O'Quinn et al.
Hearst looks to Houston for strikebreakers
And quite a bit rock and roll add up to No Depression music