Posted on · Bill Paxton, who as a boy in Fort Worth witnessed John F. Kennedy's final day and who grew up to be a Hollywood stalwart in such films as "Apollo 13" and "Titanic," has died from complications after surgery. He was 61.
Posted on · The comedic actress was loved for her roles on "The Dick Van Dyke Show" and, later, "The Mary Tyler Moore Show." But her real life was a lot darker than the characters she portrayed.
Posted on · A Houston Public Media tribute.
Posted on · "I'm not sure I agree with you a hundred percent on your police work there, Lou." - Marge Gunderson
Posted on · "There's what's right and there's what's right and never the twain shall meet." - H.I. McDonnough
Posted on · Celebrating the release of the latest film in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter universe: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Posted on · The hope is to create a stronger company by pooling their resources.
Posted on · The locally produced short "Red Pearl" incorporated very real NASA imagery and footage into the fictional story.
Posted on · Actor, author and local Houstonian made good: Sean Patrick Flanery will be Ernie's guest on InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse. From "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles" to "The Boondock Saints," Sean has stories to tell! Tune in, set your DVR, or watch online
Posted on · From Maude to HBO's Carnivale and all things John Carpenter, stage and screen icon Adrienne Barbeau.
Posted on · How cartoons brought classical music to new audiences while making merciless fun of it.
Posted on · The conference is aimed at educating the region’s aspiring filmmakers.
Posted on · The dark comedy blends humor and grief with an angst-ridden church youth group.
Posted on · Hip Hop, vampires, and a hand puppet possessed by Satan are just a few of the surprises this season.
Posted on · In 1976, George Hawkins was so frustrated with the lack of stage roles for black actors that he decided to start his own theatre company here in Houston.