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All 24 2019 Hallmark Holiday Films Reviewed Without Watching Them

1 year ago by Jeff Balke
The holidays represent many things to many people. For some, it is a joyous time of year with festive gatherings and the warmth of loved ones. For others, it's a time for reflection. But, then there are those who crave the trappings: the shopping, the controversial Starbuck's coffee cups (with...

Your 2019 Guide to Fireworks and 4th of July Revelry In and Around Houston

2 years ago by Susie Tommaney
The Fourth of July gives us a chance to celebrate our nation's independence, get together with family and friends, and perhaps start some new traditions. In the Houston and surrounding areas we've got fireworks displays, patriotic music and much more. But don't wait until Independence Day because the party starts now...

Hard Road: When Artists' Beefs Boil Over on Tour

5 years ago by Clint Hale
Drake and Future have an interesting history. Two of the hottest rappers in the game over the past few years (hell, Drake is arguably the biggest pop star on the planet right now), the two will roll into Toyota Center on September 3-4 as part of the Summer Sixteen Tour...

The Story Behind the Typhoon Texas Christian Youth Lock-In Fiasco

5 years ago by Steve Jansen
On Friday, June 10, and Saturday June 11, a rain-or-shine, all-night Christian youth lock-in at Katy’s Typhoon Texas was supposed to feature a stacked lineup of church preachers, Christian rappers and DJs from local Christian radio station NGEN Radio. Despite the night-owl hours, kids wouldn’t sleep in the brand-new waterpark,...

Presenting The 2016 Houston Theater Awards

If there was one phrase that best described the state of Houston’s theater scene last season, it would be “in flux.” Companies came and went or merged; some renovated their existing sites or changed names and popped up renewed and reinvigorated. There haven’t been this many new theater companies in...

Upcoming: Animal Collective, Deerhoof, Lydia Loveless, Schoolboy Q, Smokey Robinson, Van Wilks, White Fang, etc.

5 years ago by Tex Kerschen
Note: events in bold reflect highly recommended shows. WOMAN Movie Premiere and Fundraising Gala: Sat., July 16, 7:30 p.m.-2 a.m., $50. Bam Bam Hall, 2703 Hwy. 6 #150, Houston, 832-859-1431. 1st Annual Houston Oil Fest: With Nuclear Hellfrost, Turbokrieg, Torture Garden, Existencia, Pyreship, Indaskies, Blue, Krvshr, Blunt, Sleeping Ancient, Funeral...

The 2015 Houston Theater Awards: The Winners Under the Lights

6 years ago by Margaret Downing
Usually our annual theater awards concentrate only on what happens onstage, but the 2015 season had plenty of backstage drama. Change is good, most times, especially when the physical results are as spectacular as promised. The big boy in town, the Alley Theatre, its smaller sibling Main Street Theater, and...

Reviews for the Easily Distracted:
Exodus: Gods and Kings

7 years ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Title:Exodus: Gods And Kings That Title Feels Like It Should Be In All Caps: VERILY YOU SPEAK THE TRUTH, MORTAL. Rating Using Random Objects Relevant To The Film: Two-and-a-half Chuck Hestons out of five. Brief Plot Synopsis: When Israel was in Egypt's land/Let my people go. Tagline: "Once brothers, now...

Bale and Exodus Tremble Before a Murdering God

7 years ago by Amy Nicholson
Flip open your Bibles to Numbers 12:3 to find the first inaccuracy in Ridley Scott's Exodus: Gods and Kings. "Now the man Moses was very meek, above all the men which were upon the face of the earth," sayeth the Good Book of our hero, played by Christian Bale, an...

Returning War Contractors Face Second Battle, Against AIG

9 years ago by John Nova Lomax
Ever since that June day in 2010 when the roadside bomb detonated ten feet from the cab of his truck on a dusty road in Iraq, Terry Enzweiler has not been the same. He gets lost coming back from the same grocery store he's shopped in hundreds of times; his...

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