Surviving the Khmer Rouge, with puppets.
J. Lo's Marilyn Monroe moment may not have gone as well as she planned. You see, when Monroe sang the words "Happy Birthday, Mr. President" to John F. Kennedy, the controversy arose by murmurs of an affair. When J. Lo sang those words, scandal came by means of scathing headlines about human-rights ... More >>
It was nice to hear Jamie Lee Curtis talk about something other than yogurt that helps you poop, for a change. The Curtis who gave a speech Thursday at a fundraising luncheon for the Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houstonwasn't the smiley Activia-fairy who magically appears whenever a woman somewhere ... More >>
If you're a sentient creature, chances are you've seen, or heard tell of, Invisible Children's Kony 2012 campaign, and chances are you have an opinion about it. There's also a good chance that, regardless of which camp you're in, you're an insufferable, sanctimonious dillweed. (Sorry; we've just had ... More >>
The author of Strength in What Remains discusses his relationship with his most famous subject, Deogratias Niyizonkiza
Journalist and former detainee Paul Salopek talks about the wars in Africa
The long arm of Rio Grande Valley justice has reached out and nabbed....Dick Cheney? Yes, apparently. A grand jury has indicted the vice-president this afternoon. Hasn't the stature of limitations passed on "accidentally" shooting innocent bystanders? It turns out that it's not the shooting, it's ... More >>
The creator of Horton Hears a Who also spent time drawing anti-Nazi political cartoons during
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner
Warsaw Jews preserved the truth
HISD's version of "neighborhood input"
Hotel Rwanda finds hope amid the horrors of tribal genocide
Yani Keo flies under the radar of most Houstonians. But if you're a refugee or an Asian-American leader, you know how important she is.
The annual western party at UH is not everyone's idea of a good time