Sometime between this day and January 15 in 1947, a young woman named Elizabeth Short was brutally murdered in Hollywood. She was nicknamed The Black Dahlia in the papers, who portrayed the 23-year-old aspiring actress as a midnight-party prowler who brought about her own demise through her wanton w ... More >>
It's a well-known fact that most band names are essentially gobbledygook, but here at Rocks Off we're trying hard to find meaning in the oddest monikers. Recently your humble nameologist has been on a fervent quest to chronicle the history of goth music in our fair city of Houston. One of our redis ... More >>
We took note this summer when the Waco Tribune was sold to someone with no journalistic experience, whose first move was to add "In God We Trust" to the front page.Now Clifton Robinson is taking Central Texas journalism to a whole other level. His publisher's column was written this week by his d ... More >>
The art of Bill Traylor and William Edmondson is powerful, no matter what we call it
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
Peter Bogdanovich works out his demons on Citizen Hearst
The industry's initial reaction to Welles's masterwork should serve as a lesson to WorldFest filmmakers
Actor-comic Eddie Izzard just wants to be loved
Rallying all film rebels, John Waters's Cecil B. Demented cries, "Fassbinder or die!"
Most of Tomorrow Never Dies lacks the wit and inventiveness of the best Bond