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For women especially, it’s wholly out of fashion to have sympathy for middle-aged white men. In both real life and fiction, the thinking goes, They’ve reigned supreme long enough. Who cares about their anxiety over their receding hairlines, their poochy stomachs, their inability to attract young … Full News here – Houston Press | Complete…

For women especially, it’s wholly out of fashion to have sympathy for middle-aged white men. In both real life and fiction, the thinking goes, They’ve reigned supreme long enough. Who cares about their anxiety over their receding hairlines, their poochy stomachs, their inability to attract young … Full News here – Houston Press | Complete…

“Yankee pot roast” is exactly what you might expect from a place calling itself a “fine diner.” The tender beef roast is topped with buttery, crunchy bread crumbs and surrounded by fluffy Yukon Gold mashed potatoes. Nothing is overseasoned or overspiced. It’s classic and safe but incredibly satis… Full News here – Houston Press |…

‘Oh no, you guys! I totally forgot my shoes!” A pretty blond woman has just jumped straight into the pool, forgetting her shoes in the process. She’s signaling and screeching, but her many friends are too busy doubling over with laughter to assist. “Seriously! Come on! Someone gra… Full News here – Houston Press |…

One of the biggest selling points of 21 Jump Street, the 2012 TV-remake comedy, turned out to be its seemingly unscripted lunacy, the way it put Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill in police-shorts outfits and let them riff on their characters’ mutual ineptitude. Sometimes you need a little flap… Full News here – Houston Press…

We’ve had a good run of blockbuster art exhibits this year: Berni and Braque, Sargent and Magritte, the battle of West and Copley, among others. But now it’s time for something a little different — something a little smaller. True, maybe it’s shows along the lines of “Picasso in Black and W… Full News here…

The reputations of artists rise and fall over decades, until finally they’re either ensconced in the pantheon of the Greats, or more or less forgotten. Most, of course, are forgotten. The reputation of American expat artist John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) hasn’t just risen and fallen; it … Full News here – Houston Press | Complete…

On any given day, you’ll probably see someone standing outside Anthropologie’s rustic storefront or across the street by the gurgling water feature and grassy expanse surrounding Ruggles Green handing out coupons to passersby, shoppers and businesspeople, enticing them to come in for a bite. … Full News here – Houston Press | Complete Issue

Houston Fine Art Fair returns bigger and bolder: Don't miss these booths After a one-time stint at the Reliant Center in 2012, the Houston Fine Art Fair (HFAF) returns to its original home at the George R. Brown Convention Center this weekend with 80-plus galleries and a full schedule of programming. Nestled atop the third…

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