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The enduring legacy of Prince's 'Batdance'
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Published in 22-4-2016
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Before superhero films became mopey and self-conscious, they were of full of glee and embraced the inherent silliness of men running around in tights. This childlike exuberance was, perhaps, reflected musically no better than in Prince's chart-topping single, "Batdance."

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90 years ago today, Elizabeth II was born. What else happened in 1926?
Entertainment
Published in 22-4-2016
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Queen Elizabeth II celebrates her 90th birthday today.

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The story of the last time Prince played Houston in 2006
Entertainment
Published in 22-4-2016
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On March 3, 2006, legendary musician Prince played a set onstage at Houston's Warehouse Live. It would be the pop star's last show in Houston. Sadly the Purple One wouldn't return to Houston over the next decade of his life, dying Thursday morning at the age of 57.

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Disney Channel brings back its best original movies
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Published in 22-4-2016
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The Disney Channel is bringing back some of its best Disney Channel Original Movies for a full-fledged marathon Memorial Day Weekend. This is not a drill.

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Biggio on Biggio’s: Former Astro talks about opening sports bar
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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Hall of Famer said he's looking forward to interacting with customers and fans when Biggio's opens in November at the new Marriott Marquis Houston

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Record producer: Choking Justin Bieber at Houston nightclub was just horseplay
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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Over the weekend, while Justin Bieber was partying at Houston's Cle Nightclub, one of his hangers-on got a little too frisky.

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Bare necessities met, exceeded in dazzling 'Jungle Book'
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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Like "Avatar" before it, this CG and live-action interpretation of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale of the boy raised by wolves feels like a momentous occasion in the technical advancements of big-budget cinema. From the thrill of a distant waterfall to the terror of a mudslide or stampeding buffalo, Favreau and his visual-effects maestros have created artificial living things that truly look ...>>
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Extreme characters implant rich entertainment in 'Criminal'
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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How that opening scene turns out is best left to be discovered, though to say what the rest of the movie is about might give a slight hint: "Criminal" deals with an attempt to thwart a terrorist ring by implanting, into the head of an experimental subject, the thoughts and memories of a dead CIA agent. Only the CIA agent knew where to locate a computer whiz, known as the Dutchman (Michael Pitt), ...>>
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'Kimmy Schmidt' provides refuge from broken politics
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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The first season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," with Kemper igniting the title role, dazzled viewers with its loopy, big-hearted humor when its 13 episodes were unleashed by Netflix last March. The 13 new episodes continue the tale of Kimmy, a plucky, wide-eyed believer who has taken up residence in New York City after her rescue, back at the series' start, from 15 years of imprisonment by ...>>
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Biggio on Biggio’s: Former Astro talks about opening sports bar
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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Hall of Famer said he's looking forward to interacting with customers and fans when Biggio's opens in November at the new Marriott Marquis Houston

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Record producer: Choking Justin Bieber at Houston nightclub was just horseplay
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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Over the weekend, while Justin Bieber was partying at Houston's Cle Nightclub, one of his hangers-on got a little too frisky.

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Bare necessities met, exceeded in dazzling 'Jungle Book'
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
    729 Visits
Like "Avatar" before it, this CG and live-action interpretation of Rudyard Kipling's classic tale of the boy raised by wolves feels like a momentous occasion in the technical advancements of big-budget cinema. From the thrill of a distant waterfall to the terror of a mudslide or stampeding buffalo, Favreau and his visual-effects maestros have created artificial living things that truly look ...>>
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Extreme characters implant rich entertainment in 'Criminal'
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
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How that opening scene turns out is best left to be discovered, though to say what the rest of the movie is about might give a slight hint: "Criminal" deals with an attempt to thwart a terrorist ring by implanting, into the head of an experimental subject, the thoughts and memories of a dead CIA agent. Only the CIA agent knew where to locate a computer whiz, known as the Dutchman (Michael Pitt), ...>>
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'Kimmy Schmidt' provides refuge from broken politics
Entertainment
Published in 15-4-2016
    997 Visits
The first season of "Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt," with Kemper igniting the title role, dazzled viewers with its loopy, big-hearted humor when its 13 episodes were unleashed by Netflix last March. The 13 new episodes continue the tale of Kimmy, a plucky, wide-eyed believer who has taken up residence in New York City after her rescue, back at the series' start, from 15 years of imprisonment by ...>>
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'Game of Thrones': Where we left off
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Published in 8-4-2016
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Now that winter has come and gone, Winter is finally coming!

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