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Wee, weird heroes star in 'Miss Peregrine's Home'
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
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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 ...>>
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Restaurant hacks in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    962 Visits

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

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Kim Kardashain sits front row nearly nude at Balmain show
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    356 Visits

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

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'Marvel's Luke Cage' from Netflix shows power in diversity (Review)
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    680 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.

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Da Camera receives unprecedented donation
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    638 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.

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Wee, weird heroes star in 'Miss Peregrine's Home'
Entertainment
Published in 30-9-2016
    833 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
    132 Visits

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

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Celebrating 25 years of Nirvana's epic album 'Nevermind'
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    171 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.

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Spring native Jim Parsons is TV's highest paid actor (again)
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
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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.

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State of Grace among the best oyster bars
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    855 Visits

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

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'Queen of Katwe' tells story of chess, dreams and Uganda
Entertainment
Published in 23-9-2016
    593 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 ...>>
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Kim Burrell debuts talk show in Houston
Entertainment
Published in 16-9-2016
    705 Visits

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

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Sorry, there will be no Harambe hologram at Day for Night
Entertainment
Published in 16-9-2016
    270 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 16-9-2016
    282 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 16-9-2016
    456 Visits
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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