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25 years ago by Joe Leydon
Don Simpson is gone -- he died last January at 52, the victim of prodigious self-indulgence -- but, as The Rock indicates, his influence lingers on. Along with partner and fellow producer Jerry Bruckheimer, Simpson established a signature style for splashy Hollywood products with such '80s box-office behemoths as Beverly...
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PaleyFest featuring The Big Bang Theory

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Music Returns to Tomball Depot with Rails & Tails Mudbug Festival [UPDATED]

20 days ago by Bob Ruggiero
While the phrase “May Day” typically signals a distress call from a ship or boat, it’s also the traditional nomenclature for May 1 in the calendar year. And for Ted Lee, co-founder/bassist for the Cajun-centric band Bayou Roux, this year’s May Day will be anything but stressful. In fact, he’s...
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New Report Shows Anti-Jewish Vandalism In Texas Rose 53 Percent In 2020

21 days ago by Schaefer Edwards
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, harassment and attacks against Jewish U.S. residents continued at near-record levels according to the Anti-Defamation league. In its annual report on antisemitism across the United States, ADL announced Tuesday that it recorded 2,024 cases of anti-Jewish assault, harassment or vandalism that occurred in 2020. While the...
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Reminder: The “Rigged Election” Theory Started With Bernie Bros

3 months ago by Jef Rouner
February is always weird for me because when I scroll through Facebook memories, I see all the people I lost to the cult of Bernie Sanders in 2016. It’s also a reminder that the Big Lie of the rigged election didn’t start with Donald Trump; it started on the left...
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Houston Democrats And Civic Leaders Lash Out Against Texas GOP-Backed Voting Restrictions

1 month ago by Schaefer Edwards
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo teamed-up Monday with numerous Democratic elected officials and other community leaders to decry sweeping statewide voting restrictions proposed by Texas Republicans, and to persuade state businesses to use their clout to speak out against new voting limits that critics claim...
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Five Brights Spots at the End of the Rockets Long Dark Tunnel

2 months ago by Jeff Balke
There is no point in trying to gloss over 18 straight losses by the Houston Rockets. It is the most consecutive losses in franchise history dating back to when they played in San Diego. In fact, the last Rockets team to lose 17 straight (the one in California) wound up...
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For The Love Of Jazz: Houston Legend Harry Sheppard Plays On

2 months ago by Gladys Fuentes
Anyone who has lived in Houston long enough and visited some of our city’s finest restaurants is sure to have to have heard Harry Sheppard playing his unique “magic xylophone” at some point. The 92-year-old Sheppard is mostly known for his vibraphone playing and contributions to jazz. Most recently he...
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David Johnson Agrees to Reworked Contract With Houston Texans

3 months ago by Sean Pendergast
With J.J. Watt leaving for Arizona this week, I guess I just need to come to grips that this week was going to serve as a brain pounding reminder of the disgraceful DeAndre Hopkins trade, a franchise altering move (in a bad way) whose first anniversary is coming in two...

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