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Shade is now open for breakfast
Entertainment
Published in 25-2-2016
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Wake up on weekdays to chef Claire Smith's new breakfast offerings at the popular Heights restaurant

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23 fake names celebrities use to check into hotels, get reservations
Entertainment
Published in 18-2-2016
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When celebrities travel and stay in fancy hotels they like to have a sense of anonymity. Sometimes that means using hilariously weird fake names when they check into suites and penthouses. The practice cuts down on heart-struck fans and gawkers finding out where they lay their heads. It's also just funny.

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Netflix's 'Love' captivates - even if it's all wrong
Entertainment
Published in 18-2-2016
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At first, the series, whose 10-episode first season is available to stream on Friday, seems to follow the playbook employed by other contemporary comedies such as "You're the Worst," "About a Boy," "Wilfred" and many others. Gus (series co-creator Paul Rust) is an on-set tutor who's just been dumped by his latest girlfriend and runs into hyper-loose cannon Mickey (Gillian Jacobs) in a c ...>>
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Local Facebook, YouTube star CallMeChoko to make his stage debut
Entertainment
Published in 18-2-2016
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Born and raised in Houston, 26-year old local Facebook and YouTube star CallMeChoko is over 40,000 followers strong -- and now he's laughing his way to the next level.

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Poets flirt with each other, artistic expression and madness
Entertainment
Published in 18-2-2016
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When Marco (Luke Kirby) and Carla (Katie Holmes), poets with the condition also known as manic depression, meet at a group-therapy session in a mental hospital, their emotional combustion undercuts any available treatment. The manic phase of a bipolar cycle often produces a sense of omnipotence and infinite possibility that can feel so exciting that patients often stop taking their medication. D ...>>
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'Witch' conjures yawns, not screams
Entertainment
Published in 18-2-2016
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"The Witch," a horror story about the supernatural undoing of a Puritanical family, occasionally casts a spell with some eerie production design and solid acting, but its slow-boiling brew of dread turns out to be more tepid than terrifying. The most frightening aspect about "The Witch" is not the aura of the occult, but the devastating implosion of a family overcome by fear. When young son Cale ...>>
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Jerry Built Burgers to open third store at Memorial City
Entertainment
Published in 11-2-2016
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Family owned chain known for burgers built on top-quality ingredients

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Houston's top-ranked seafood restaurants, according to Yelp
Entertainment
Published in 11-2-2016
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If you are a part of the approximately 1.3 million Catholics living in the Archdiocese of Galveston–Houston, then consider yourself lucky.

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Kate Winslet says she won't boycott the 2016 Oscars because of Leonardo DiCaprio
Entertainment
Published in 11-2-2016
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"Titanic" (and "Revolutionary Road) co-stars Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio's relationship is back in headlines... even if it's just a platonic one.

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Katie Couric profiles Houston for Yahoo News
Entertainment
Published in 11-2-2016
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Katie Couric is in town doing a special report on Houston for Yahoo News.

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More to 'Lady' than meets the eye or nose
Entertainment
Published in 4-2-2016
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Smith stars as a cantankerous, seemingly unhinged old woman who lives in squalor inside a van that she has parked in an upwardly mobile middle-class neighborhood of London. Ursula (Frances de la Tour), the widow of composer Ralph Vaughan Williams, resides in the area, as does playwright Bennett (Alex Jennings), who lives to regret extending a helping hand to the ornery and malodorous woman who ca ...>>
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'Fifty Shades of Black' sells sex with (intentional) laughs
Entertainment
Published in 4-2-2016
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"Black" parallels the outline of "Grey" - here, the millionaire, Christian, tries to coax the college student, Hannah (the appealing Kali Hawk), into signing a contract for kinky sex - but only as much as it permits Wayans to riff on pop ephemera. [...] Christian - whom Hannah at one point calls "a sicko who likes abusing women" - is given his comeuppance.
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'Hail, Caesar!' lampoons classic studio era
Entertainment
Published in 4-2-2016
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[...] the Mannix here is not really Mannix but a jumping-off point for a fun and sloppy Coen brothers lampoon that compresses real characters, reimagines others and brings together some of the period's many styles and currents. When we meet him, his studio is funneling money into its latest biblical epic, "Hail, Caesar!," a sort of combination of the real-life films "Ben-Hur" and "The Robe." ...>>
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Don't dismiss 'Pride and Prejudice and Zombies'
Entertainment
Published in 4-2-2016
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If he wanted more than a skit, he needed a serious rendering of Austen's world, first as a backdrop to the zombie absurdity (as an ongoing source of humor), and second for its inherent emotional power. [...] he doesn't cast "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" as though he were making a Mel Brooks movie, but as though he were making a straight version of Austen. Charles Dance plays her fa ...>>
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71 of the most binge-worthy shows to watch right now
Entertainment
Published in 28-1-2016
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What, exactly, is a "binge-worthy" show? It could be a mystery drama that keeps you on pins and needles, unable to turn it off until you learn who the killer is.

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