rss Email Author Noah W. Bailey

2011 Stories by Noah W. Bailey

Archives: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005
  • Soon to Have a Cult Following

    published September 1, 2011

    We can't tell you how often we've been watching the news over the past thirtysomething years and thought to ourselves, "Man, this crazy cult would... More >>

  • Consider the Source

    published June 23, 2011

    These damn liberals drive me crazy, quoting all their "scientists" and driving around with those stupid Darwin symbols on their Subarus. And now... More >>

  • Say These Names Three Times Fast

    published June 2, 2011

    If you thought dinosaur names like Styracosaurus and Coelophysis were tongue-twisters, wait till you get a load of the Chinese specimens featured... More >>

  • Calling All Narcs...

    published May 12, 2011

    Artist Campbell Bosworth lives and works in Marfa, Texas, mere miles from the Mexican border, so it’s no surprise he’s inspired by the... More >>

  • 15 Year of Obsessive Wilco Coverage

    published May 5, 2011

    You've no doubt heard the long and sordid tale of Wilco told ad nauseam by now, so we'll spare you a blow-by-blow retelling. After all, we're... More >>

  • Mayor Night Be Debatable

    published April 28, 2011

    Frankly, considering the spotty history of our city's governmental affairs, it's a miracle anyone actually wants to be mayor of Dallas --... More >>

  • Comedy Is Not Pretty

    published April 21, 2011

    While watching Jackass 3D a couple weeks ago, it occurred to us that it really is a miracle all of those guys are still alive--especially... More >>

  • Puck It

    published March 31, 2011

    Your Dallas Stars currently sit at number nine in the Western Conference standings, just behind a tightly grouped pack of playoff... More >>

  • Himalayan Hogwash?

    published March 17, 2011

    In 1956, Polish author Slawomir Rawicz published The Long Walk: The True Story of a Trek to Freedom, a now classic tale of adventure and... More >>

  • The Must-See Acts at 35 Conferette

    published March 10, 2011

    Three years into its existence and, finally, 35 Conferette organizer Chris Flemmons is seeing his dream of a walkable music festival in... More >>

  • Downright Loopy

    published March 3, 2011

    As far as we know, New York City writer/performer Faye Lane is not the long lost daughter of Truvy Jones, the sassy beauty shop operator played by... More >>

  • Under the Bridge Downtown

    published February 10, 2011

    Don't get your hopes up, Dallas--ArtLoveMagic's Underground event isn't a secret Red Hot Chili Peppers performance (the album was... More >>

  • The Flying Tassels

    published February 3, 2011

    Let's face it, any respectable titty bar is probably gonna have a two-mile line and an extravagant cover this weekend. But if you head to the... More >>

  • Local bands turn to Kickstarter to fund their next release.

    published January 27, 2011

    Ross Edman, aka Datahowler, is a designer and musician by trade. But for the last few weeks, he's also been a salesman—pitching friends,... More >>

  • A Day On The Lake

    published January 20, 2011

    Painter Gary Komarin was a student of the late neo-expressionist Philip Guston, though, from what we've seen, it seems Komarin's work hews... More >>

  • One Tequila, Two Tequila

    published January 20, 2011

    If you can't stand any more of that old margarita mix you've got laying around the house, head to Blue Mesa this week. At 7 p.m. Thursday, the... More >>

  • Above Average Joe

    published January 20, 2011

    Ever since starting point guard Antonio Daniels went out with hand injury, the Texas Legends have struggled, dropping to ninth in the... More >>

  • The Los Angeles Boy-Toys

    published January 13, 2011

    When we're not hating the Spurs, Dallas Mavericks fans are generally fuming about the Los Angeles Lakers, the last in the... More >>

  • Man And Beast

    published January 6, 2011

    Scientists have found that despite hundreds of years of modern civilization, man still instinctively fears the creatures that once hunted his... More >>

Archives: 2011 | 2010 | 2009 | 2008 | 2007 | 2006 | 2005