Some rappers happen to be thoughtful, intelligent people. Every Monday that isn't a national holiday, Rocks Off will have some of them here discussing issues relevant to their culture. This Week's Panel: Pyrexx, Preemo, Chane, Z-Ro, Slim Thug's grunt, D-Risha, Medicine Girl, Renzo, Kyle Hubbard, D ... More >>
Too little and late, Perry says.President Obama today signed an order declaring 45 Texas counties to be disaster areas because of wildfires, and even while saying the action was "good for Texas," Governor Rick Perry couldn't resist criticizing Obama. "President Obama's decision to finally ap ... More >>
The Canadian comedian travels to Houston sans Internet connection
You know awards season is in full swing when all the celebrities converge upon the Beverly Hilton to get drunk and act like receiving an award from the same organization that once honored Pia Zadora is something to be proud of.That's right, it was Golden Globes night last Sunday. And while the just ... More >>
â€‹Good news, all you fans of condensed screen versions of self-indulgent Mormon vampire pseudo-erotic clit-tease fantasies: Twilight: New Moon is being released in only eight days. Rocks Off, accustomed to scorn from literary snobs for his steadfast support of the Harry Potter series, actually pick ... More >>
Giff Nielsen, the sports anchor at KHOU who's been at the station 25 years, is leaving.And, ummm, there's not much to say because Nielsen might be the single most boring television personality in Houston history.Not that's a bad thing -- Nielsen capably delivered the news, conducted interviews and a ... More >>
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Friday, November 1
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
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Charlie's gang gives good jiggles but no plot
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