A 12 year short pays off in some of the director's finest work.
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Queens of Noise: The Real Story of the Runaways By Evelyn McDonnell Da Capo Press, 342 pp., $25.99. Anyone who has seen either the Hollywood film The Runaways or the documentary Edgeplay may think they know the story of this band of five teenage girls who provided one of the more curious and cautio ... More >>
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Jessica Tata is not loved on FacebookNo local Houston figure in recent memory has become so hated so quickly as Jessica Tata, the fugitive owner of the day care where four children died in a fire last week. Believed to be in Nigeria, Tata, who lied about her juvenile record on her regist ... More >>
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Who has the upper hand in various musician-celebrity marriages?
Mike White's low-key directorial debut makes nice while slyly nipping at suburban America
Companies complain that they can't compete against convict labor
The wild ride of the teen who became a front-seat witness to her father's killing
Research sheds new light on Van Gogh's Moonrise
Saad Mahmoud is a Rice engineering grad. Instead of fielding $60,000-a-year job offers, he's been trading manual-labor skills for rent-free living -- while waiting out one of the worst job markets in two decades.
Judy Walker saw one son die in prison and his twin sentenced to life for shooting a cop. The prison autopsy says Reginald died of natural causes. But his mother says it was retaliation for Robert's actions that got his brother killed.
Debra Duncan pays her dues, hits her cues and hopes to be the next Oprah
Music, a Houston DJ andthe lure of Austin
Albert Brooks keeps asking, "Mother, may I?" The answer's a resounding... maybe.