December 26th is National Whiners Day, and it's not an excuse to moan about what we didn't get for Christmas or complain about a relative that got on our nerves over the weekend. Instead, there's one thing we can do to observe this important day.
Will you admit that you were kind of iffy at first, about the idea of Tony Romo as a broadcaster? I will! But it only took a quarter or two of hearing him call a game this season to realize he's dang good.
It's $8.99 per month, and it's an effort to get more of us into the theater seats instead of sitting at home and streaming movies on other platforms. But does the subscription guarantee us a seat at some of the big crowded blockbusters, like Star Wars? We have questions.
Here we go again with the crazy candy choices topping the list. Just when we had come to grips with Texans choosing a non-chocolate Halloween candy as their favorite, more sweet-toothed neighbors of ours have weighed in and chosen a favorite seasonal candy that doesn't melt in our mouths. Bah…
When she was on Food Network, Paula Deen was known as a queen of southern cookin', and she's always had a lock on Georgia with a Savannah-based restaurant. Now two Paula Deen restaurants are coming to Texas, and they'll open up in a few weeks.
The weather is fantastic in Texas this week, and some TV producers are taking advantage of these happy, bright sunny days to film a dark and intense TV series. And one surprise actor is in Austin to be part of it as they add his character back into the story.
Since it's the holiday season, your money might be headed out of your wallet in several different directions right now. Well here's some free fun for the kids! Texas State Parks are letting kids 12 and under in free, and you can even take the dog.