Regular readers may remember that I found it amusing to review cream teas and high teas around Dallas, comparing them to their British counterparts. While many of you didn't agree that this was in fact amusing, that's never stopped me before. For the third in a highly infrequent series, I am for som ... More >>
T'was the night(s) before Christmas and all through the house, not a creature was stirring 'cept you and your mouse. Click, click, click to these 11 merry moments of TV Christmas specials past -- some classic, some bizarre -- preserved online and ready to be rediscovered on YouTube and Hulu. Prese ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *While Donovan McNabb is dangled by the Philadelphia Eagles and Ben Roethlisberger of the Pittsburgh Steelers conveniently avoids talking to the police about possible rape charges, isn't it nice th ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *Fort Worth Star-Telegram columnist Randy Galloway - who's forgotten more Rangers' baseball than I'll ever learn - says a disgruntled former employee blackmailed the organization and ultimately&nbs ... More >>
Thrill Me sings pretty songs of twisted love; CAC conjures a magic Trick
Curious George is so timeless, you might wish it were more timely
Little ones get their own film festival
Quad C and DTC do well with cruel Yules; only Poe perks up FIT's variety show
Elijah Wood as a soccer thug in Britain? Not bloody likely.
Can great chefs cook ordinary food?
Fair ladies and loutish lads put on all sorts of English accents in three spiffing new productions
Theatre Three throws a Wild Party that's short on thrills, including the orgy
Elf has all the trimmings of a holiday standard
Uptown Players shoot low with Down South, a wicked rewind to sexual mores of the 1960s
Blowback (Hollywood Records)
David O. Russell explores family fears through a screwball prism in Flirting With Disaster