Archive for December, 2009

Firebird from Dominic Walsh Dance Theater

Dominic Walsh Dance Theater’s “1909-2009: The Great Collaborators of the Ballets Russes” Firebird danced by Marie-Agnes Gillot, Domenico Luciano. Choreography by Dominic Walsh, Scenic and Costume Design by Frederique de Montblanc, Lighting Design by Robert Eubanks.

Houston Rockets Xmas Song

A special treat from the Houston Rockets. Merry Christmas.

How the Grinch Stole Christmas

Hope you and your family avoid this guy! Merry Christmas from Keep Houston Rich.

Stockard Channing on InnerViews

Stockard Channing talks about her Oscar nominated role in Six Degrees of Separation with Ernie Manouse on InnerViews.

Web Zeroes, Ep 12: Chicken and Beard

The guys from Web Zeroes have a new episode, Chicken and Beard. While Nate lives in fear over Alex’s prank, the guys attempt to create a Web comic. Ray gets an unexpected phone call.

A Vote For Me by Andrew Edison

Brilliant!  Created by The Kincaid School’s Class President.

Houston Knights (1987-88)

Who doesn’t love a good stereotype?

Fantastic Mr. Fox in theatres!

Houston native and FANTASTIC filmmaker, Wes Anderson, gives us The Fanstastic Mr. Fox.

From Fox’s YouTube page:

“From director Wes Anderson (Rushmore, The Royal Tenenbaums) comes FANTASTIC MR. FOX, based on the book by Roald Dahl. Featuring the voices of George Clooney, Meryl Streep, Bill Murray, Owen Wilson, and Jason Schwartzman. ”

and IMDB:

This is Wes Anderson‘s first film that did not feature one of his signature slow motion sequences.

The titles and text used in the production design are in Helvetica Bold. All previous Wes Anderson movies have utilized Futura Bold.

My take:

Mr. Anderson is Wilde about the Importance of Being Ernest!  I can’t wait to watch it.

CNN Interviews Annise Parker


“What I hope that this election signals is something larger than me and the GLBT community. It’s that Houston is a wonderful diverse international city that values people for what they can do more than who they are.”
Annise Parker

Annise Parker Elected Mayor of Houston

Congratulations to Annise Parker on being the FIRST RICE UNIVERSITY GRAD to become Mayor of Houston!!!!