"...Of all the Texas Democrats excited about this year's election, none was more worked up than those of Harris Co. After years of being dominated by Republicans, Harris – much as Dallas Co..."
"...If you are Elizabeth Harris, or one of her four children, this is the kind of dream that consumes your sleep. When you wake, you know at least one thing is real: Roxanne Paltauf – your first born, your big sister – is gone..."
"...An optimist might light on the intrigue packed into the title’s terse tergiversation, and surely Unknown is never better than in its early stages when the audience still hopes the little gray cells may get a workout alongside the adrenal gland. This thriller, from the Catalonian director of Orphan, swiftly establishes the facts – an academic named Martin Harris (Neeson) arrives in snowy Berlin with his pretty wife, Elizabeth (Jones), to deliver a speech at a biotechnology conference – and then immediately calls those facts into question when Martin suffers a head injury and wakes from a coma to discover his colleagues branding him an impostor, another man (Quinn) sporting his nametag at the conference, and Elizabeth denying all knowledge of him..."
"...Walls wasn't a topic of conversation Saturday. The 30 people gathered along Rundberg Lane took much more interest in connecting with friends and family: in Paltauf's mother, Elizabeth Harris, and her three sisters, who worked the crowd in shirts bearing different pictures of Roxanne..."
"...Baxter's tales are elegant gems of humanity. Austinite Elizabeth Harris' novel Mayhem reverberates around a castration done in anger after a potential rape in rural 1936 Texas..."
"...More common was what took place in deciding which stories would round out the five in the money, as it were, and in what order. For a couple of hours, Robert Byington, Doug Dorst, Elizabeth Harris, Clay Smith, and Dao Strom exchanged observations, theories, opinions, and outlooks on how certain stories would represent the paper in the eyes of its readership..."
"...A blonde with icy blue eyes, Christian, 42, cuts a pretty and professional figure in a yellow sheath dress and pearls as she escorts a visitor down the 12th-floor halls of the Franklin Plaza downtown, where she offices next door to her husband. The posh building is a hub for lawyers and lobbyists -- just down the hall from Christian's digs is Brown McCarroll & Oaks Hartline, home of veteran city lobbyist Jerry Harris..."
"...Call it primal therapy as performance art, with John Waters as your shrink. Growing up in a conservative, upper-middle-class family in the Baltimore ’burbs, Harris Glenn Milstead never fit in..."
"...Shirer, T.C. Stallings, Karen Abercrombie, Beth Moore, Michael Jr., Jadin Harris, Tenae Downing and Alena Pitts...."
"...The film opens with a bang as former Detective Nick Cassidy (Worthington) busts out of detention and goes on the lam, hightailing to the Roosevelt for reasons that will explained throughout the film. Backstory is filled in and other characters, all somehow related to Cassidy's alleged theft of a mega-diamond belonging to a reptilian developer played by the always-terrific (even in a slow role like this one) Ed Harris..."
"...Assembled to select the winners of this new competition were an impressive septet of local literati: novelist Sarah Bird (who, at that point, had published Alamo House, The Boyfriend School, and The Mommy Club); journalist and author Robert Draper (at the time Associate Editor at Texas Monthly); novelist Elizabeth Harris (then a teacher of fiction writing at the University of Texas and recent winner of the John Simmons Short Fiction Award); novelist Rolando Hinojosa-Smith (then, as now, a professor of English at UT and deep into his 15-volume Klail City Death Trip Series); science-fiction short story master Howard Waldrop (who at the time had most recently published the novella A Dozen Tough Jobs); rock & roll historian Ed Ward (then the Chronicle's Books editor); and essayist and memoirist Marion Winik (then a regular contributor to NPR's All Things Considered as well as the Chronicle)...."
"...Directed by: Gregor Jordan. Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Ed Harris, Anna Paquin, Elizabeth McGovern, Michael Pena, Leon Robinson, Dean Stockwell and Scott Glenn..."
"...Elizabeth Harris grew up in Fort Worth and Pittsburgh, has also lived in Boston, Toledo, Dublin (Ireland), and Palo Alto. She earned several degrees, including a Ph.D..."
"...Still, aside from all of that, in the meantime, you might worry that our formidable panel of judges Robert Byington, Doug Dorst, Elizabeth Harris, Clay Smith, and Dao Strom will see the aforementioned names and perhaps be swayed by recognition of one or more of them. Don't: As we go to press, they have already met for dinner, deliberated, and decided on their top five..."
"...Get Hard Director: Etan Cohen, Screenwriters: Story By Adam McKay And Jay Martel & Ian Roberts, Screenplay By Jay Martel & Ian Roberts And Etan Cohen With a ten-year stint in San Quentin hanging over his head, yuppie Brad hires city Darnell to toughen him up for prison life. Cast: Will Ferrell, Kevin Hart, Tip "T.I." Harris, Alison Brie, Craig T..."
"...D: Rob Cohen; with Joshua Jackson, Craig T. Nelson, Hill Harper, Steve Harris, Leslie Bibb, William L..."
"...From the pit, Artistic Director Richard Buckley whose ardor for Shostakovich prompted the yearlong citywide celebration of the composer's work which this production launches leads the orchestra in a vigorous reading of the score, pumping it full of the heat and tension and churning emotion that drive its characters. Central among these and at the dark heart of this production is Brenda Harris as Katerina, the title character..."
"...Wilson, Ann Seymour, Isabella Toledo, Ted Delmonico, David McNally, Tony Mosely, Andrew Davis, Brian Baker, Will Georgantas, Eric Walls, Catherine Dudley, Matthew Grieder, Scarlett Angell, Casey Webb, Mike Watts, Jessica Schneider, Kanchan Limaye, Clay Smith, Paul Laster, Colin Clark, Geoff Mulvihill, Leslie Hill, Karen Rheudasil, Amy Baldwin, Jonna Prescott, Leah Welborn, Mark Gates, Jeff Keyton, Elin Kaulfus, Mindy Holzschuh, Sarah Hepola, David Snyder, Ghislaine Ball, Marty Beard, Laura Weron-Williams, Kevin Fullerton, Erin Kelly, Nicole Cleman, Lisa Tozzi, Chris Vestre, Mary Sledd, Anne Wick, Jon Garrett, Erica C. Barnett, Ada Calhoun, Bryan Mealer, Allison Lince-Bentley, Chris Linnen, Elaina Evans, Vivian Curtis, Eli Kooris, Belinda Celis, Meiling Guentzel, Mary Spect, Jennifer Gin Lee, Elizabeth Skadden, Mona Rayachoti, Peter Kuper, Alison Bosch, Angeline Lee, Leigh-Ann Jackson, Michelle Bacon, Lisa Bruner, Angela Miller, Walker Bass, Giselle Rodriguez, Sarah Stevens, Kevin Wood, Jeremy Benoit, Tricia Richards, Kimberley Morgan, Mary Fitzgerald, Daniel Gonzalez Polanco, Alexis Carroll, Emily Pyle, Pat Lynch, Soo Lee, Reno Sanford, Jeff Hunt, Tan Kim Doan, Jennifer Quereau, Angela Glass, Anne Harris, Eyad Karkoutly..."
"...“A Good Day to Be Black & Sexy” (USA, 92 min.) Writer/Director: Dennis Dortch Cast: Chonte Harris, Marcuis Harris, Mylika Davis, Alphonso Johnson, Emily Liu Regional Premiere..."
"...Dir/Prod/Scr: Daniel J Harris; Exec Prod: Ariel Perets, Pierre Sevigny; DP: Alex Vendler; Ed: Christopher Hink; with Andy Kallok, Don Yanan, Al Schuermann, Julian Ott, Robert Blumenthal...."