And why do rockeros despise Maná?
....merchandise royalties! Indeed, while the on the field product for football has regressed to "decidedly average with hope this season" and the on the court product for basketball has devolved to "just plain bad," one thing the University of Texas does really well -- TWO things, actually -- cash ... More >>
And why aren't more Mexis part of the middle class?
Rice University just got a lot more... trill. Never thought you'd hear those words in the same sentence? Yeah, us too. But as hiphopdx.com reports, you just might be seeing a lot more "Diamonds and Wood" and "Front, Back & Side to Side" in the Rice University parking lot. That's because B ... More >>
Up in the Air director Jason Reitman has a good sense of where he's from and where he's headed.
The University of Houston has supposedly narrowed its search for an Athletic Director to replace Dave Maggard down to two choices. The first choice is Brandon Martin, a former college basketball player for USC who is currently the senior associate AD for the Trojans. The second choice is Mack Rhoade ... More >>
"Design Life Now" showcases some interesting items — if you have the patience to find them
Athletes step off the field and into the studio
Texas teens turn video games into movies and get millions of hits
Warriors of the right take their battle against the left to the streets of New York
MFA students present their master works
Do-it-yourself author Michael W. Dean pens a textbook for auteurs
Two years later, a digital-video short film became an overnight ad sensation
Peck your opponent and win at Cockfight
When girls started going wild, Playboy Video stopped playing mild
The Army and Hollywood join hands to wage virtual, bloodless battles
Judd Apatow's Freaks and Geeks grow up, more or less, and move to a dorm
Robert Wise finishes Star Trek: The Motion Picture--22 years later
Shelly Berg learned jazz the hard way: He listened to the greats
Minor leaguers toil away, hoping for a shot at the majors. One of them, Round Rock's Jason Green, got a call from the Astros, giving him a chance to live the dream. Others labor on.
Rookie director fires up a ton of bricks in Love & Basketball
When Kilgore College staged a gay play, administrators learned there were limits to a liberal education in East Texas
Big complexes threaten end to neighborhood era
Leandra Vilardi works at the city's busiest emergency room. She only wishes it were busier.
Jessica Cusick wants to brighten our drab landscape with little moments of wonder and delight
A box set doesn't mean Emmylou Harris's career is done; it may mean it's just beginning
Pinched for fat. Put in their place. The Rockets Power Dancers don't care, just as long as they're given a chance to make their moves.
In a small town south of Houston, they say school prayer is a matter of religious freedom. But even in Santa Fe, freedom for one student can be tyranny for another.
After being drugged, hypnotized and bound by restraints, the patients of Judith Peterson say they came to believe they had multiple personalities or had belonged to satanic cults. So, apparently, did their therapist.