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'Marvel's Luke Cage' from Netflix shows power in diversity (Review)
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    769 Visits

Mike Colter is taking the importance of bringing a black super hero to the TV world very seriously.
"It's important in the landscape of television, and also I think globally, as far as symbols and people, when they look at black culture, it's important that we have positive images," Colter says.

Reference: www.chron.com
Da Camera receives unprecedented donation
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    144 Visits

Da Camera has received the largest gift in its 29-year history, one that the organization says comes during a time of growth that will allow for new projects and financial security.

Reference: www.chron.com
Wee, weird heroes star in 'Miss Peregrine's Home'
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    936 Visits
After a steady stream this year of Batman, Superman, Captain America, X-Men and even Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, it's time now for a group of kids who float, are invisible, who spark fire, manipulate plants, control bees and give life to inanimate objects. The material already has that gloomy, Victorian vibe, a stylized dreamlike quality, and a sort of Goth-punk look, which is catnip to th ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Restaurant hacks in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    1003 Visits

Recently, we asked industry friends and Houston Chronicle staff what their tips and tricks are when it comes to eating out in town.

Reference: www.chron.com
Kim Kardashain sits front row nearly nude at Balmain show
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    391 Visits

Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Kris Jenner sit in the front row at Balmain Spring/Summer launch 2017

Reference: www.chron.com
'Marvel's Luke Cage' from Netflix shows power in diversity (Review)
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    714 Visits

Mike Colter is taking the importance of bringing a black super hero to the TV world very seriously.
"It's important in the landscape of television, and also I think globally, as far as symbols and people, when they look at black culture, it's important that we have positive images," Colter says.

Reference: www.chron.com
Da Camera receives unprecedented donation
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    669 Visits

Da Camera has received the largest gift in its 29-year history, one that the organization says comes during a time of growth that will allow for new projects and financial security.

Reference: www.chron.com
Wee, weird heroes star in 'Miss Peregrine's Home'
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    862 Visits
After a steady stream this year of Batman, Superman, Captain America, X-Men and even Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, it's time now for a group of kids who float, are invisible, who spark fire, manipulate plants, control bees and give life to inanimate objects. The material already has that gloomy, Victorian vibe, a stylized dreamlike quality, and a sort of Goth-punk look, which is catnip to th ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Ronnie Killen announces new Houston restaurant
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    166 Visits

Pearland's biggest culinary star plans to open a new restaurant in the former home of Bramble on Voss

Reference: www.chron.com
Celebrating 25 years of Nirvana's epic album 'Nevermind'
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    214 Visits

It seems like just yesterday that we saw the video for lead single "Smells Like Teen Spirit" on MTV with the alt-rock cheerleaders, raging teens and the band in its sulky glory.

Reference: www.chron.com
Spring native Jim Parsons is TV's highest paid actor (again)
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    1037 Visits

Jim Parsons, the Spring native who holds a degree from the University of Houston, can sleep well at night. He has retained the top spot on Forbes' lists of TV's highest paid actors.

Reference: www.chron.com
State of Grace among the best oyster bars
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    896 Visits

Garden & Gun magazine includes posh River Oaks restaurant in a new roundup of the South's oyster renaissance

Reference: www.chron.com
'Queen of Katwe' tells story of chess, dreams and Uganda
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    630 Visits
While Hollywood has long celebrated chess as a great equalizer across race and class - an ideal element for an underdog tale - it rarely turns its lens on modern African culture in such a realistic and respectful way. In telling the true story of chess prodigy Phiona Mutesi, director Mira Nair captures the vibrancy of a small village, the dignity of its people and a state of poverty so oppressive ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Kim Burrell debuts talk show in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 16-9-2016
    736 Visits

The gospel singer's "Keep it Moving" gets a test run this week.

Reference: www.chron.com
Sorry, there will be no Harambe hologram at Day for Night
Entertainment
Published in 16-9-2016
    299 Visits

This week the organizers behind Day for Night got the hopes up of a generation of frat boys and meme addicts when it teased that a Harambe gorilla hologram would appear at the music and arts festival. 

Reference: www.chron.com


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