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Ken Hoffman previews this season's Dynamo menu
Entertainment
Published in 27-2-2015
    501 Visits

Ken Hoffman's favorite new menu item at BBVA Compass Stadium for Dynamo games is the BBQ Stacked Sundae. 

Whataburger casting commercial actors in Houston, Dallas
Entertainment
Published in 27-2-2015
    369 Visits

A production company is currently casting Dallas and Houston metro area residents for an upcoming Whataburger commercial.

'McFarland, USA' goes the distance to earn viewers' love
Entertainment
Published in 20-2-2015
    525 Visits
Kevin Costner plays a legendary high school track coach, and so right off we know there's going to be the scene in which the quiet man stands up and makes a speech, telling the team how much he loves them. Go into this movie unwilling to be moved, and soon enough you'll be tensing up and gritting your teeth and moving your head to nudge these kids across the finish line. An outburst of ...>>
Gay Country Star Headlines Houston Human Rights Campaign Gala
Entertainment
Published in 20-2-2015
    1208 Visits

Ty Herndon, who revealed he was gay last year, headlines the Houston Human Rights Campaign Gala.

Barbecue joints cut back on beef
Entertainment
Published in 20-2-2015
    692 Visits

Rodeo time means barbecue time for lots of Texans, but this year folks will be digging deeper into their pockets for that brisket sandwich. Across town, barbecue joints are struggling to bear the weight of exceptionally expensive beef.

'80s rock favorites return to Houston later this summer
Entertainment
Published in 13-2-2015
    569 Visits

Def Leppard returns to Houston later this summer with Tesla and Styx in tow. All three bands play the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Aug. 22.

'50 Shades of Grey' sign of the apocalypse, Dallas pastor suggests
Entertainment
Published in 13-2-2015
    653 Visits

The movie adaptation of "50 Shades of Grey" may be a sign of the pending apocalypse, according to a noted Texas pastor.

'Kingsman' has bells, whistles, little else
Entertainment
Published in 13-2-2015
    503 Visits
Eggsy (Taron Egerton) is a working-class kid with no prospects, a horrible home life and nothing to lose. Long before it ends, the movie has already started to feel like a long stunt, a genre parody for the sake of itself, with no larger comment or insight to offer. Samuel Jackson shows up as a criminal mastermind, a technology mogul who schemes to kill a billion people but is too delicate to wi ...>>
Also opening in theaters
Entertainment
Published in 13-2-2015
    546 Visits
David Cross makes his feature directorial debut with "Hits," a comedy about an anxious municipal worker who becomes a viral-video superstar with a series of caustic rants against city hall. Not ratedRunning time: 100 minutes.
'Fifty Shades' - it's not great, but it has something
Entertainment
Published in 13-2-2015
    458 Visits
[...] plot problems, some comically weak dialogue, repetitious scenes and a non-ending ending keep the experience a little more earthbound than it had to be. [...] the task of the screenwriter would seem to be straightforward, to mine the novel for the elements that work and fix what doesn't - except with a famous book, you can't do that, not without starting a revolution in the audienc ...>>
Moore shines with eloquent portrayal of Alzheimer's
Entertainment
Published in 6-2-2015
    973 Visits
[...] a small sign that can easily be ignored. [...] a bad sign that shouldn't be ignored. Alzheimer's is hardly rare, and "Still Alice" contributes to viewers' understanding, not only of the anguish of having it, but of how the disease progresses and of the ways in which victims conceal it. With the parents of so many baby boomers going through this right now, the story of an ac ...>>
'Jupiter Ascending' orbits greatness
Entertainment
Published in 6-2-2015
    652 Visits
In "Star Trek," the universe of competing powers - the Federation versus the Romulans and Klingons - was really just a blown-out version of the Cold War, with NATO pitted against the Soviet Union. Nearly 50 years later, Andy and Lana Wachowski make entertainment out of a host of modern anxieties in "Jupiter Ascending," envisioning a future universe in which a handful of elites control technology ...>>
'Two Days' suffers from repetition
Entertainment
Published in 6-2-2015
    886 Visits
The Dardenne brothers, Luc and Jean-Pierre, have made a series of affecting and profound films, focusing on working-class characters in their native Belgium. At their best, their films float along, maintaining interest in a casual way, and then arrive with unexpected intensity and impact. When the boss agrees to a second vote, a secret ballot, on Monday morning, Sandra - encouraged by her husban ...>>
Opening in theaters: 'Seventh Son,' 'The Voices'
Entertainment
Published in 6-2-2015
    505 Visits
"The Voices": A chipper but unbalanced guy (Ryan Reynolds) working in a bathtub factory begins taking advice from his talking dog and evil talking cat after a date with his office crush goes awry in this black comedy.
Madonna premieres 'Living for Love' video on SnapChat
Entertainment
Published in 6-2-2015
    819 Visits

Madonna takes to the social media platform to premiere the video for "Living for Love," the first single from her "Rebel Heart" album.



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