You watch him late nights here on Channel 39, now see him live. Comedian Jerry Seinfeld is coming to Jones Hall to do what he does best.

He'll take the stage Friday night for two performances. Tickets are available at Ticketmaster.

This weekend, enjoy a staycation along The Woodlands Waterway, the site of Wine and Food Week. Friday night, starting at 5:30 p.m., sip Vino at a community style happy hour at the Marriott Waterway.

Saturday is the premiere event, the Waterford Wine Rendezvous Grand Tasting and Texas Chef Showcase, also at the Marriott Waterway. Chefs from across the country will prepare fine foods to be served with hundreds of wines in a competition to win the National Waterford Crystal Chef of Chefs Award.

Tickets are $98 but we're told they're well worth the money. Each guest will receive a Waterford Crystal wine glass for tasting and to take home.

From wine to the Grammy Award Winning sounds of No Doubt. The alternative pop rockers, whose front woman is Gwen Stefani, will rock the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on Sunday.

New in music this week, music from two Ms.

Shock rocker Marilyn Manson is back with his latest, "The High End of Low."

And sweet girl next door, Mandy Moore's eclectic pop album "Amanda Leigh," featuring the singe, "I Could Break Your Heart Any Day of the Week."

Both albums are now available for download.

Time to get carried away with a Disney Pixar picture. "Up" is the animation king's latest film. It follows a senior citizen and balloon salesman who sets out to South America. But its right after liftoff, he realizes he has an extra passenger or house guest, who is 70 years his junior. Together they journey through the jungle on an adventure neither could have ever imagined.

We'll have more with the movie's director and producer Saturday night in Mia at the Movies.

"Up" opens Friday and is rated G.