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Stages Repertory Theatre Announces its 2019-20 Season With a Touch of Doo-Wop

14 days ago by Houston Press
With a move halfway through the upcoming season to its new home at The Gordy, Stages Repertory Theatre has a packed season ahead of it as evidenced by its release of what's ahead. With everything from its old reliables — Panto and Sister's Catechism — to several new works (two...

Houston's Christmas Theater Offerings This Season: Part I

3 months ago by D. L. Groover
I've been Scrooged! A lot. Dickens' miserly oyster prowls center stage, as usual, this Bayou Christmas season. He, along with fellow traveler The Nutcracker, are theater cash cows, invoking cheer and good will as well as a much needed boost to a company's bottom line. Naturally, this season brings a...

Nine Polling Places in Harris County to Remain Open Till 8 p.m. Today

4 months ago by Margaret Downing
A temporary restraining order, signed by Judge Fredericka Phillips of the 61st District Court means that nine polling places will be open late tonight in Harris County. Phillips' action came as a result of a lawsuit filed by the Texas Civil Rights Project and the Texas Organizing Project who alleged the...

Reviews For The Easily Distracted:

4 months ago by Pete Vonder Haar
Despite being fairly predictable, Overlord is tense and gory enough to satisfy all but the most fascist of Nazi zombie horror fans.

Night Drive Prefers the Phillip K. Dick Songwriting Method

2 years ago by Eric Grubbs
Preparing for a potential breakthrough at Day For Night, the Houston/Austin future-wave duo has learned the value of 'less is more.'

This One’s For the Ladies: Lambert, Little Big Town Wow The Woodlands

7 months ago by Clint Hale
Until Friday night, I’d never seen Miranda Lambert in concert, and this is a shame. Not only does Lambert boast one of the most impressive catalogs in country music over the past decade-plus, turns out she’s one hell of a performer to boot. She proved as much before a packed...

I Love You Phillip Morris

8 years ago by D. L. Groover
It had to happen sooner or later. Someone from the Houston Press has made it to Hollywood - as a writer. Former staffer Steve McVicker wrote a nonfiction work, I Love You Phillip Morris (2003), based on his Press articles ("King of Con") about unrepentant swindler Steven Russell, his Houdini-like...

10 NFL Training Camps That Would Be Fun To Attend In 2018

8 months ago by Sean Pendergast
I am leaving on Sunday morning for West Virginia to cover Texans training camp for the subsequent seven days, getting on that big bird to Charlotte, and then driving four hours through the backwoods of North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia (an area of the country quite replete with roadside...

Shawn Phillips Is Stranger Than Fiction

11 years ago by William Michael Smith
Perhaps no one has made more contributions to rock and roll, with so little recognition, than Shawn Phillips. No less than late Bay Area super-promoter Bill Graham once called the Fort Worth native the "best-kept secret in the music ­business." Phillips attended Arlington Heights High School with Delbert McClinton. He...

Wade Phillips Hired by Gary Kubiak as the Defensive Coordinator in Denver

4 years ago by Sean Pendergast
So the construction (or reconstruction, as it were) of Gary Kubiak's coaching staff in Denver is now complete. On the heels of announcing earlier in the week that Reggie Herring, who coached linebackers for Kubiak in Houston, would be taking on that exact same role with the Broncos, the announcement...

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