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1997 Stories by David Pasztor

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  • Buzz

    published September 11, 1997

    It's come to this The way Buzz sees it, this running contest between Dallas and its suburbs to decide which will build a new sports arena... More >>

  • Buzz

    published September 4, 1997

    Beguile, bedazzle, be gone Buzz usually gets depressed when some other newspaper or magazine goes belly up. It's sort of like losing a... More >>

  • Lawsuit against Observer thrown out

    published August 28, 1997

    A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed against the Dallas Observer almost two years ago by former Dallas Independent School District... More >>

  • Buzz

    published August 21, 1997

    Be like Ross Improbable though it may seem, Buzz is pondering the possibility that Ross Perot is--as he has long assured us--smarter than... More >>

  • Buzz

    published August 14, 1997

    Putting the kow in Kowtown The giant sucking sound you hear coming from the west is no cause for alarm. It's just the Fort Worth... More >>

  • Buzz

    published August 7, 1997

    Run away, run away Buzz hasn't seen much of John Criswell lately. But then, who has? Nobody's watched Channel 4 news since the station was... More >>

  • Buzz

    published July 24, 1997

    Mellow drama So exactly who is Dallas school superintendent Yvonne Gonzalez afraid of these days? Last week, the head honcho of the... More >>

  • Buzz

    published July 17, 1997

    Rufus unhinged Buzz was perusing a recent column by Rufus Shaw in the black newspaper Elite News and was struck when Shaw described a... More >>

  • Buzz

    published July 10, 1997

    Lawyer run amuck! We're gonna go ahead and blame Jerry Buchmeyer for this one. Buchmeyer is the reigning chief federal judge in Dallas, the... More >>

  • Observer honors

    published July 10, 1997

    Dallas Observer staff writer Ann Zimmerman has been awarded one of the nation's most prestigious newspaper writing prizes by the University of... More >>

  • Buzz

    published July 3, 1997

    Poised for the 20th century Sure, Buzz picks on The Dallas Morning News on select occasions. But every so often we detect small signs that... More >>

  • Buzz

    published June 26, 1997

    Who needs an agent? Virtually lost in the guilt-addled celebration of Timothy McVeigh's death sentence was more evidence that Dallas... More >>

  • Buzz

    published June 19, 1997

    WFAA's Catholic channel Buzz is in awe. We know Doug Fox, Channel 8's mustachioed warbler, has worked in this town for a long time. But... More >>

  • Buzz

    published June 5, 1997

    Save a buck and a tree You might remember the mesmerizing tale of the Quedlinburg treasures. For decades, no one knew the whereabouts of a... More >>

  • Buzz

    published May 29, 1997

    Hey, wanna paddle your boss? Are we the only ones who look around the office sometimes and ponder the relative mental stability of our... More >>

  • Stick it in your ear

    published May 22, 1997

    The teeming masses turned out in record numbers, a quarter-million strong, for last weekend's Byron Nelson golf tournament, lining the fairways... More >>

  • Buzz

    published May 22, 1997

    Tiny bubbles Buzz is stumped. Peter Applebome, a perfectly affable fellow, is riding the promotional circuit peddling his book, Dixie... More >>

  • Buzz

    published May 15, 1997

    The hail you say Buzz is periodically amused by the fumblings of clueless journalists who arrive in town and try to strut their stuff.... More >>

  • Buzz

    published March 6, 1997

    Another bomb? Buzz watched in wonder as Dallas Morning News executive vice president Ralph Langer made the rounds of television news shows... More >>

  • How low will they go?

    published January 30, 1997

    Back when the Dallas Cowboys were winning Super Bowls--instead of leading the league in the number of players suspended for drug... More >>

  • Darling will cough up $4 million

    published January 2, 1997

    A Las Colinas-based company has agreed to plead guilty to five felonies and pay a $4 million fine to settle federal criminal charges that one of... More >>

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