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Scare Rooms

Comida Española

Pictures on the Walls

Watch What You Eat

The Ladies’ Man

Blotch Jumbo

Big Ticket

Big Ticket

Yarn It All

Remember when yarnbombing was just a bless-your-heart form of protest with Texas roots? Thought to be pioneered in Houston, this cozy style of vandalism...

Deposits

We are in the midst of a huge wave of animal and plant extinctions, caused mostly by ourselves. To preserve plant species until such...

Give Me a $20

The president of the United States is an outsider who rose to the Oval Office thanks to feckless coastal elites losing touch with the...

One Moment in Time

The stage version of The Bodyguard seems to have attracted better notices than the 1992 hit movie that inspired it. The musical remake of...

Change of Life

All of a sudden, black people are popping up everywhere in horror films, and it’s pretty awesome. After Get Out and It Comes at...

Aces Up

Back in the earliest days of filmmaking, there were few ways to do stunts except by doing them for real. That’s why, in the...

A Hell of a Town

When the Broadway musical On the Town was made into a film in 1949, the producers replaced most of Leonard Bernstein’s songs, saying that...

Threes and Fours

As the calendar turns toward July, we’re treated once again to the Mimir Chamber Music Festival, which is celebrating its 20th edition this month....

I Don’t Even Know Your Name

As Rachel Bloom once wrote about casual hook-ups: “Hey sexy stranger, come back to my place. / Please don’t be a murderer. / Kiss...

Schemers and Blackmailers

Shakespeare’s dark side comes out in this year’s Trinity Shakespeare Festival, where even the comedy on offer is tinged with malice and evil. The...