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Sorry, there will be no Harambe hologram at Day for Night
Entertainment
Published in 15-9-2016
    510 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. 

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First look: Liberty Kitchen at the Treehouse
Entertainment
Published in 15-9-2016
    510 Visits

Fabulous new restaurant from F.E.E.D. TX Restaurant Group set to open next week in Memorial City

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'Bridget Jones's Baby' is a charming return to form
Entertainment
Published in 15-9-2016
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Katy native Renée Zellweger is charming as ever in "Bridget Jones's Baby," a lively return to form for the unlikely trilogy about an ordinary woman and her professional and romantic woes. The Edge of Reason, which fell into some of the all too common traps of sequels looking to up the stakes (hello, Thailand prison sequence). Let's get over the silly fact that this movie essentially h ...>>
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Curator leaving Menil Drawing Institute for New York
Entertainment
Published in 15-9-2016
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The Menil Drawing Institute is taking shape and on track to open next fall, but the organization will be doing it with a new chief curato. David Breslin is leaving to take a job at New York's Whitney Museum of American Art.

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What did 'Star Trek' look like before William Shatner came aboard?
Entertainment
Published in 8-9-2016
    1094 Visits

This week in 1966 "Star Trek" debuted on TV and boldly went where, well, you know the rest. 

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The only thing this Montrose resident wants to do is get drunk and reenact 'Air Bud' with someone
Entertainment
Published in 8-9-2016
    621 Visits

The Missed Connections feature on Craiglist is a great way to find your possible soul mate whom you locked eyes with while stuck in traffic. It's also a way to find that special someone to dress up in costume and reenact cheesy 1990s movies with.

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A lot of changes going on with Houston's media stars
Entertainment
Published in 8-9-2016
    963 Visits

The winds of change are blowing in Houston's media world.

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Montrose Mining Company closes its doors
Entertainment
Published in 8-9-2016
    571 Visits

It was one of the oldest gay bars in Houston.

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Quirky 'The Hollars' pulls up lame
Entertainment
Published in 8-9-2016
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Krasinski, best known for American TV series "The Office" and who recently starred in Michael Bay's Benghazi thriller "13 Hours," is John Hollar, a comic-book artist in New York who hasn't checked in with his Ohio brood for so long that when a family emergency arises, his father calls John's pregnant girlfriend, Rebecca (Anna Kendrick), instead. With the news of his mother's b ...>>
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Houston's best barbecue restaurants to eat at this Labor Day
Entertainment
Published in 1-9-2016
    743 Visits

Why labor in the kitchen this Labor Day? Since you're already taking the day off of work, you may as well fully commit and take the day off of cooking as well.

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Actress Emilie de Ravin alleges an American Airlines employee grabbed her due to her breast pump bag
Entertainment
Published in 1-9-2016
    374 Visits

Former "Lost" actress Emilie de Ravin released an epic rant towards American Airlines on Twitter Thursday.

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Pappasito’s to open soon in the Woodlands
Entertainment
Published in 1-9-2016
    1059 Visits

Pappas Restaurants has built one of its biggest stores for its popular Tex-Mex cantina brand

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Cheap tricks: Budget-friendly hacks for living in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 1-9-2016
    770 Visits

It's not cheap living in the Bayou City.

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'Morgan' bares teeth but never totally comes to life
Entertainment
Published in 1-9-2016
    1038 Visits
There is some creative gene-splicing inside and outside "Morgan," the science fiction horror thriller about a deadly lab-made girl who wants to be human. Luke Scott, son of Ridley, directs his first feature as if it's a Father's Day present, aided by a script that carries the DNA of both "Alien" and "Blade Runner." [...] the film tries to split the difference between thoughtful science ...>>
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'Southside with You' about Barack and Michelle Obama comes to Houston
Entertainment
Published in 25-8-2016
    1005 Visits

'Southside with You' actors come to Houston to discuss new movie about Barack and Michelle Obama's first date.

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