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Tim McGraw's Secret Houston concert

Inside Tim McGraw's secret Houston concert: The naked truth about superstar's surprise show

By Clifford Pugh

Tim McGraw doesn't officially kick off his Sundown Heaven Tour until May 8 in Fresno, Calif., in conjunction with the release of his new album. But several hundred Houston fans got a sneak ...


A 21st Century Library

Want free movies? Houston Public Library has upped its game with Netflix-like technology

By Tyler Rudick

Thanks to a partnership with digital media service Hoopla, the Houston Public Library has added thousands of new film, television, music and audiobook titles to its catalog . . . and all you need i ...


Pix of the Day

Can you spell "oolemma?" Houston Spelling Bee winners advance to national competition

By Clifford Pugh

Most of us don't even know how to pronounce words like "oolemma" and "ogival," much less spell them. But two Houston-area students breezed into the Scripps National Spelling ...


Upstairs, downstairs

In an up-and-down season, change comes to Downton Abbey with shocking cliffhanger

By Tarra Gaines

Spoiler alert: This column reveals crucial information about Downton Abbey's season ending episode.  In the first episode of Downton Abbey’s third season, Cora Crawley&rsquo ...


Welcome to Crawley-ville

Downton Abbey season premiere moves fans to tears, but what happened to the wedding?

By Clifford Pugh

Fans of the hit British TV series Downton Abbey had a lot to laugh and cry about in the season three U.S. premiere Sunday night on PBS. But there were also some puzzling aspects, too. ...


Season 3 is here

Return to Downton Abbey: Who's who — and what to expect — in PBS's most addictive show

By Tarra Gaines

With the New Year here, it’s time for PBS to open the doors of Downton Abbey once more. Public Broadcasting’s hit period drama is one of our two favorite shows about British people stru ...


Food for Thought

High on Chopped but not Hell's Kitchen: The cooking shows Houston chefs watch on TV

By Marene Gustin

There has been an explosion of food and cooking shows on television over the past decade. Almost any channel you turn to has some foodie feature or culinary challenge going down. And a lot of H ...


An Earth Day Special

Electric love: Houston & Annise Parker touted in national documentary on green energy

By Whitney Radley

In EARTH: The Operators' Manual, a national PBS documentary, host Richard Alley travels the globe to tell of the human relationship to fossil fuels and the developments in energy ...


Rare Birds

Filmmaker Shukree Hassan Tilghman is out to end Black History Month: In an exclusive interview, he tells us why

By Chris Becker

It's Black History Month, and filmmaker Shukree Hassan Tilghman is on a mission to end it. To do it, he braves the reproaches of his parents; both former and current soldiers in the re ...


Past and Present

Lady Sybil would approve: Ralph Lauren looks to Downton Abbey for crisp fall collection

By Clifford Pugh

NEW YORK — No once does the English countryside look better than Ralph Lauren, so it came as no surprise that America's iconic designer looked to the PBS blockbuster hit, Downton Abb ...


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