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The sexiest Habsburg
Entertainment
Published in 13-6-2015
    513 Visits

Magnificent 16th-century armor and tapestries, opulent 18th-century vehicles including a royal carriage and a ceremonial sleigh, dazzling 19th-century court costumes. For more than 400 years, each generation of Habsburg rulers brought different types of objects into the now vast imperial collections owned by Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum based on their personal passions.  Some ar ...>>

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'Jurassic World' as smart as it is exciting
Entertainment
Published in 13-6-2015
    1178 Visits
We have scientists splicing genes and copyrighting the results, embodied by B.D. Wong as a researcher so intellectually perverted that he can't stop smirking when he talks about his creations. [...] when Dwight Eisenhower warned of the military industrial complex, perhaps he was thinking of Vincent D'Onofrio, who has the bright idea to weaponize the velociraptors for fighting in the Mid ...>>
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The sexiest Habsburg
Entertainment
Published in 13-6-2015
    963 Visits

Magnificent 16th-century armor and tapestries, opulent 18th-century vehicles including a royal carriage and a ceremonial sleigh, dazzling 19th-century court costumes. For more than 400 years, each generation of Habsburg rulers brought different types of objects into the now vast imperial collections owned by Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum based on their personal passions.  Some ar ...>>

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A dozen doughnut-related facts about Shipley Do-Nuts
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    1380 Visits

Today, sweet treat lovers across the country celebrate National Doughnut Day. For a lot of of Houstonians, that means a trip to Shipley Do-Nuts, one of the most popular brands to ever come out of Houston.

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'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous ... 'S Felder?
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    623 Visits
Canadian pianist, playwright, actor and singer Hershey Felder makes a surprisingly reasonable facsimile in his solo show "George Gershwin Alone," presented by the Alley Theatre in its interim season at the University of Houston. Portraying Gershwin, Felder tells stories of the composer's all-too-brief life - he died at age 38 - and plays and sings his music, both popular songs and works for ...>>
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Willie Nelson takes on another film role, gets giraffe named after him
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    411 Visits

In the same week that he and his late friend Waylon Jennings had giraffes named after them at the Fort Worth Zoo, Willie Nelson has announced that he has a small role in the upcoming "Zoolander" sequel, now filming in Rome, Italy.

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Mini murals bring urban art closer to city streets
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    556 Visits
The Houston Arts Alliance says only 35 objects in the city's 546-piece civic art collection (not counting works at the airports) reside outside the Loop, where four-fifths of the population lives. UP Art Studio founder Noah Quiles, who proposed the project, sees the city's 2,400 traffic control boxes as "blank canvases brimming with creative opportunity." Sara Kellner, the alliance ...>>
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Texas woman wins $67,000 on 'Wheel of Fortune'
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    438 Visits

San Antonio's Camille Hall left the studio with more than $67,000 in cash and prizes, including a trip to Jamaica.

Reference: www.chron.com
A dozen doughnut-related facts about Shipley Do-Nuts
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    789 Visits

Today, sweet treat lovers across the country celebrate National Doughnut Day. For a lot of of Houstonians, that means a trip to Shipley Do-Nuts, one of the most popular brands to ever come out of Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
'S Wonderful, 'S Marvelous ... 'S Felder?
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    655 Visits
Canadian pianist, playwright, actor and singer Hershey Felder makes a surprisingly reasonable facsimile in his solo show "George Gershwin Alone," presented by the Alley Theatre in its interim season at the University of Houston. Portraying Gershwin, Felder tells stories of the composer's all-too-brief life - he died at age 38 - and plays and sings his music, both popular songs and works for ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Willie Nelson takes on another film role, gets giraffe named after him
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    417 Visits

In the same week that he and his late friend Waylon Jennings had giraffes named after them at the Fort Worth Zoo, Willie Nelson has announced that he has a small role in the upcoming "Zoolander" sequel, now filming in Rome, Italy.

Reference: www.chron.com
Mini murals bring urban art closer to city streets
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    1051 Visits
The Houston Arts Alliance says only 35 objects in the city's 546-piece civic art collection (not counting works at the airports) reside outside the Loop, where four-fifths of the population lives. UP Art Studio founder Noah Quiles, who proposed the project, sees the city's 2,400 traffic control boxes as "blank canvases brimming with creative opportunity." Sara Kellner, the alliance ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Texas woman wins $67,000 on 'Wheel of Fortune'
Entertainment
Published in 6-6-2015
    1312 Visits

San Antonio's Camille Hall left the studio with more than $67,000 in cash and prizes, including a trip to Jamaica.

Reference: www.chron.com
Surf's up, way up, at Jimmy Buffett concert
Entertainment
Published in 30-5-2015
    549 Visits

Jimmy Buffett widened his audience Thursday night at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion.

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Fresh 'Cinderella' fits heroine with social conscience
Entertainment
Published in 30-5-2015
    1005 Visits
Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Cinderella" is back - with a difference, in the lavish and enjoyable touring production of the recent Broadway hit. Yet she's acquired a social conscience and more worldly perspective - not to mention a supporting cast of quirky, politically aware and sometimes sarcastic characters to help - or hinder - her advancement from ash heap to palace. The most import ...>>
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