All posts by Spike Gillespie
After dark, there are often two men sleeping in my house: my young son and my boyfriend of the moment. Which one needs more nurturing? It’s a toss-up.
There’s always at least one man in my life: my eight-year-old son, Henry. Sometimes, however, there are two, and that’s when things get complicated.
She’s spent two decades as an able but anonymous character actress. Now, with the release of Beloved, Irma P. Hall is ready for her close-up.
You might not recognize actress Irma P. Hall on the street, but you know her from her films. And thatÕs just how she likes it.
Think punk rock, only literary: The National Poetry Slam comes to Austin.
Poetry slammers descend on Austin.
Next to him, Scooby Doo is a don’t, and Lassie can stay home: By bringing literary classics to life, Wishbone has won over parents and kids alike.
Thanks to his penchant for classic literature, Wishbone is the new top dog in kids’ entertainment.
Tattoos are almost respectable these days, which is why they’re generating so much positive ink. But getting one still hurts like crazy.
In an era of AIDS and family values, who’s crazy enough to have a tattoo? Some twenty million Americans, including sports stars, Academy award winners, the CEO of Nike, a Republican Secretary of State—and me.
Eleven years after he wowed the world in Witness, Austinite Lukas Haas is a movie star again—but he swears he won’t let Hollywood go to his head.
Austinite Lukas Haas is back on the big screen alongside Winona Ryder, Julia Roberts, and Jack Nicholson. For now, though, he isn’t letting Hollywood go to his head.
All I wanted was a job to make ends meet, but along the way I turned into a one-woman term-paper factory.
I pulled more all-nighters writing other people’s papers than I did my own.