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Where Does the Road To WrestleMania Lead After Houston?

4 days ago by Cory Garcia
Long-term storytelling is hard. We've been hustled a bit by the "golden age of television," but the truth is for every Breaking Bad or The Sopranos there's a Heroes or any number of shows that exist but you've never come across. But the thing that episodic dramas have going for...

Four Ways to Make Officiating Better

27 days ago by Jeff Balke
New Orleans has, in recent years, become a remarkably safe place. That stands somewhat in contrast to years when crime levels were high in the Crescent City. In those days, fans streaming into the Superdome might have been concerned about being robbed on their way to see the Saints. On...

Openings and Closings: Sweet Paris Highland Village and Blanco Tacos Galleria

2 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
Sweet Paris Creperie and Cafe, 2701 Drexel, opened December 8. The new Highland Village location makes the sixth since the creperie began in 2012, founded by husband and wife, Allison and Ivan Chavez. The duo have traveled the world and are on a mission to revive the art of eating...

Houston's Christmas Theater Offerings This Season, Part II

2 months ago by D. L. Groover
Hansel and Gretel German composer Engelbert Humperdinck was Richard Wagner's protege. He helped stage the premiere of Parsifal at Bayreuth, the theater Wagner built for himself, and even wrote some connecting music for the “Transformation Scene,” when the set couldn't be changed quickly enough. Humperdinck was also Wagner's most devoted...

Hallmark's 2018 Holiday Films Reviewed Using Only the Descriptions

2 months ago by Jeff Balke
Once again we are presented with a feast of holiday schmaltz from our good friends at Hallmark. Much like the greeting cards they produce, these flicks are superficially sweet (and totes adorbs) but have a depth that is about the thickness of the flap on the back of a Christmas...

5 Best Bets This Weekend in Houston: Holiday Lights and Celtic Christmas

3 months ago by Susie Tommaney
If too much family togetherness has given you cabin fever, or you're so weighed down by starchy foods and tryptophan that you feel like The Nutty Professor, then keep being thankful but get up and get going because it's another great weekend in Houston. Several holiday traditions are kicking off,...

Creed II Follows Up a Classic With (Sigh) an OK Rocky Movie

3 months ago by Alan Scherstuhl
The story concerns sort of a play date between the kids fathered by the first generation of Rocky boxers: Creed versus the son of Dolph Lundgren’s Ivan Drago, who in Rocky IV was built up as pretty much the most devastating weapon in the Soviet nuclear arsenal

First Look: Flower Child Uptown

5 months ago by Lorretta Ruggiero
It seems like we Houstonians are always skirting around construction, whether we be in Downtown, Midtown, Uptown or south of town. The suburbs aren't much better. From my home, I can grab the Sam Houston Tollway toward the Galleria and be flying along at 70  miles an hour, then hit...

ElectroLuv 2018 Celebrates All Things Jam Band

5 months ago by Bob Ruggiero
“We live in the best time in the history of this planet for music,” Hank Lamb enthuses. “Because everything you’ve ever heard is in play now. And it’s being played as well as ever, if not better, and by more people than ever before. Music has really taken off.” That...

The Book of Will Finds and Saves Shakespeare, in Fine Fashion

5 months ago by D. L. Groover
Legendary film mogul Samuel Goldwyn (the G in MGM) once famously said that he didn't want to see any more movies where people write with feathers. Sorry to be contrary Mr. Goldwyn, but these are the films and plays I most want to see. I'm done with kitchen-sink drama –...

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