Debonair Lounge Cafe 4212, May 26 Since approximately Labor Day 2013 -- so about six months now -- the only way to get each week off on a good foot has been at this Museum District oasis of cool. Debonair Lounge has already welcomed a who's who of Houston's hottest young hip-hop and R&B performers ... More >>
Homosexual rape, torture and a graveyard of dead boys. A filmmaker decides to step away from fiction and delve into Houston's infamous Dean Corll rape-torture-murder case.
There was a time when Chad Johnson actually co-hosted a reality show. In 2010, the then-Bengal wide receiver collaborated with teammate Terrell Owens on a six-episode train wreck called The T. Ocho Show. In 2012, Chad Johnson married a VH-1 reality television star named Evelyn Lozada, and there wa ... More >>
What the hell happened to Leslie Visser?It's generally accepted that the first two full days of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament provide the greatest two-day watching/gambling/drinking/eating experience annually, for obvious reasons: 1. Whether by illness, approved vacation, or planned s ... More >>
Don't mess with the BarkleyThe unveiling of the brackets for March Madness, which is a scant 48 hours away, takes on a little different meaning this year, for three intertwined reasons: 1. The field has expanded to 68, so now Tuesday and Wednesday will include four play-in games to get us to ... More >>
Roll Tide: The dark sideThe numbers tell us college football has never been more popular. Television ratings are healthy, rogue ticket prices for the national championship game were the highest for any major sporting event ever, and the smell of murder is in the air. No, this time around it' ... More >>
courtesy of TtekcorBNavE.News of a lawsuit filed against rapper Method Man for allegedly pelting a female autograph seeker outside Houston's House of Blues with ammo from an air-gun sure has exploded all over the Internet. Some folks have questions, there's a smattering of alleged eyewitness acco ... More >>
Tales from the big house get on the big screen
Music, dance, poetry, theater and hoops take over Sunnyside Park
Racket and company's American Idol symposium
A mother sets out to save her children, by killing them. Texas usually jails such women, but that may be changing.
dos chicas theater commune trots out Little Fascist Panties
Charlie Mott says Alief ISD is playing favorites, and he wants back inside its cow barn right now
Sylvester Turner's second coming
Court TV gives kids a lesson in solving crimes
Just who is a victim? After flexing its muscles to reform the justice system, the victims rights movement suffers growing pains over divisive issues.
Saturday, May 11
Consuming Hate, Best and the Rest, Percentile Envy
The murder of their loved one haunted Amy and Linda White until a Texas prison mediation program brought them together with the killer. Now they've all got their answers -- and unique justice.
Ohmigod! Five seasons in, South Park's the funniest show on TV.
Judge Ted Poe's shame-based punishments have brought him fame and the D.A.'s job...if he wants it
Sylvester Turner, Wayne Dolcefino and the story that changed everything
The macho world of trial law is ruled by tough, hard-driving men -- and by Katherine Scardino, a tough, hard-driving woman
Should taxpayer dollars help prosecute a reporter with a big mouth and inoperable cancer?