Many families showed up to the event with their young children. Kayley Pavloch came to the event for the first time because her infant son likes horses. Desiree Clepper said this was her third year going to the event with her four-year-old. Clepper said she used to ride herself and had been on a couple of trail rides and tells her family about the tradition of the trail rides. … [Read more...] about Sam Houston Trail Riders stop in Tomball ahead of Rodeo
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The teen was front and center in Victoria’s post on Saturday, wearing skinny black pants, a white short-sleeve T-shirt and a green beanie cap and a gold chain necklace. He wrapped his arms around his siblings, who were smiling – appearing happy to have their big brother back. … [Read more...] about Romeo Beckham Hilariously Mocks Brother Brooklyn’s Shirtless Instagram — See the Photos!
"It's a really unsettling feeling just knowing that any day I could wake up and go into labor ... and just knowing that the most pain I've ever experienced is right around the corner," Roloff admitted at the time. "And mentally and emotionally, the toll it takes on you is kind of exhausting." … [Read more...] about ‘Little People, Big World’: Audrey Roloff Reveals ‘Unsettling’ Circumstances Surrounding Birth of Baby Ember
Undaunted, BTL programmers Thompson, Ritchie, and others informally soldiered on with a smaller-scale version of the concept on a PDP-7 minicomputer. The standard version of Unix history notes that Ken Thompson ran his Space Travel game program on Multics and wanted to keep it around. The new project, however, was about a lot more than that. By telling the suits upstairs that they were developing text editing software, the group even managed to wheedle a superior PDP-11/20 machine from Bell. … [Read more...] about The Unix revolution—thank you, Uncle Sam?
No film this year has stuck with me like Phantom Thread. It’s haunting. The There Will Be Blood duo of filmmaker Paul Thomas Anderson, perhaps the greatest American filmmaker right now, and actor Daniel Day-Lewis, perhaps the greatest living actor, have reunited for this fine-tailored tale of a 1950s London dressmaker and his muse (the Luxembourgish Vicky Krieps, divine). There isn’t a wasted frame in this, Anderson’s meditation on the push-and-pull that exists between obsessions professional and personal, and the childlike neediness of the artist. The performances are also first-rate, including Lesley Manville as Day Lewis’ icy sister, and if Jonny Greenwood’s score is not justly rewarded, there will be outrage. Quite the swan song for Day-Lewis, if the retirement rumors are true. … [Read more...] about The 20 Best Movies of 2017: Wonder Women, Racial Disharmony, and Daniel Day-Lewis’ Final Bow