<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  350  |  ...  |  700  |  ...  |  1050  |  ...  |  1256  |  1257  |  1258  |  ...  |  1400  |  1401  |  Next Page >> 25121 - 25140 of 28006

  • Article

    Stop the Presses - It's dj news at the DMN

    Stop the presses: "You might think the possibility of forged documents would have come up by now," The Dallas Morning News opined Saturday in an editorial about the Dallas police fake-drug scandal. The self-congratulatory editorial appeared the same ...

    by Patrick Williams on October 30, 2003
  • Article

    Letters

    Watch 'Em Blow Not just "bad" teachers: I experienced nothing short of a panic attack as I read Jim Schutze's "Schoolhouse Dynamite" (October 16). You see, I teach for DISD in a school that is predicted to be low-performing after the 2003 TAKS scores...

    on October 30, 2003
  • Article

    Tattoo You - Plus: Are You in or Out?; In the Army Now

    Tattoo You After meeting in a coffee shop as "blank slates"--or rather, sans tattoos--The Enigma (better known as "that puzzle-piece tattoo guy with horns") and Katzen (she of the tattooed tiger stripes and Teflon whisker implants) transformed them...

    on October 30, 2003
  • Article

    Mr. Nice Guy - Is Antawn Jamison too big a sweetheart to make the Mavs tough enough?

    It is midafternoon, and another day of Mavericks training camp has wrapped up, sending the players scurrying from the practice court in the lower reaches of the American Airlines Center. Some head to the ornate locker room and gorge themselves on chi...

    by John Gonzalez on October 23, 2003
  • Article

    Bellies of the Beast - Food cuts have inmates and guards grumbling

    Two old ladies were vacationing at a Catskills resort. "The food here is horrible," one said. "I know," said the other, "and such small portions." Lisa Luna is in no mood for classic food jokes, not with the recent cuts to the meal budget of the Tex...

    by Scott Nowell on October 23, 2003
  • Article

    Vice is Nice - Checking in on the wages of sin

    When Buzz last checked in with the Dallas-based Vice Fund (VICEX) at its birth late last August, the mutual fund's managers were betting that investing in sin would pay off big. There are few certainties in life, the reasoning went. There are death a...

    by Patrick Williams on October 23, 2003
  • Article

    Sticker Shock - Our bill finally comes in for the Kirk/Ware era

    OK, now I don't want you to panic or anything. I've been sitting around City Hall listening to some of those boring old nuts-and-bolts discussions they sometimes have about money--the sessions that never get on television. And, yes, there does appear...

    by Jim Schutze on October 23, 2003
  • Article

    Letters

    Pretty in Pink I'm being followed: Thank you for your article on the Mary Kay Company ("Think Pink," by Sarah Hepola, October 9). It was interesting to note the comment by Ms. Piro: "That's why we don't go looking for salespeople. We want people who ...

    on October 23, 2003
  • Article

    Let's Hear it for the Boy - Plus: Date Book

    Let's Hear it for the Boy As we reported a month or so ago ("Can't Boogie No More," September 11), Mayor Laura Miller is considering revising Chapter 14 of the city code, requiring all clubs to shut down at 2 a.m. (They're currently allowed to stay ...

    on October 23, 2003
  • Article

    The Weird Girl - Erykah Badu is serious about saving the soul of the city

    She could have escaped this city the moment the ink dried on the recording contract that became her ticket outta here. No one stays here too long, not when theres a glam town like New York City or Los Angeles gleaming like a pile of gold at the end o...

    by Robert Wilonsky on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    ICE, ICE Babies - SMU kids learn about life outside The Bubble

    If you want to hang at the ICE house, first you have to know the rules. It's easy; they're posted on the living-room wall, scrawled in felt-tip on a poster. There are six, first among them no cursing. Second, no violence. Third rule, show respect for...

    by Patrick Williams on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    Help Wanted - Deborah Norville offers apology to fired security guard

    When we last left Richard Daniels, he had been removed as a security guard at the Dallas office of KTVT-Channel 11 (Buzz, October 9). He was let go after he had a run-in with Deborah Norville of Inside Edition, who was in town and had to tape her sho...

    by Eric Celeste on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    Schoolhouse Dynamite - If Russell Fish ever wins his lawsuit, watch 'em blow

    I'm sitting at a makeshift work table in a down-at-the-heels apartment complex in Richardson, staring at a table of numbers on a page. These figures, grainy and warped from too many generations of photocopying, are a parade of hieroglyphic epitaphs s...

    by Jim Schutze on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    Cowboy Up - A Philly fan admits the Boys are back

    It was Saturday night before the Eagles-Cowboys game, and some writer friends of mine from Philly were in town. They were looking for a grand time, but they had to settle for a grand amount of cold beer at one of those ubiquitous chain eateries in La...

    by John Gonzalez on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    Letters

    Miller's True Colors Facing the truth: "Color Bind" (by Jim Schutze, October 2) was a great article. After reading this I thought of the term "racist" and how ridiculous the word can be. It is a shocking word, meaning to shock the accused, and when ...

    on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    Tomorrow Always Knows - Plus: Sack of Kittens

    Tomorrow Always Knows There's a conservative revolution under way--read all about it in The New Republic and The New York Times--and for the nation's political cartoonists, it must seem like both the best and worst of times. On the one hand, there a...

    on October 16, 2003
  • Article

    Think Pink - How Mary Kay got its groove back

    Kimberlee Simko had a well-paying corporate job and a thousand complaints about it. One day, a girlfriend suggested Kimberlee speak to her aunt. This aunt wasn't just successful; she was living The Dream. She owned a big house. She was her own boss. ...

    by Sarah Hepola on October 9, 2003
  • Article

    Back From Babylon - He's just one Marine, but this returning trooper saw no quagmire in Iraq

    Sitting at the kitchen table in his parents' comfortable DeSoto home, looking out on the line of miniature American flags his father has placed on the front lawn, Marine Corporal Lee Strange is relaxed and smiling. Now into the second week of his 30-...

    by Carlton Stowers on October 9, 2003
  • Article

    How's This Fit? - Did Deborah Norville cost a Channel 11 security guard his job?

    Buzz is envious of Deborah Norville in several ways. For starters, the host of the nationally syndicated news-magazine show Inside Edition helps draw about 4.5 million viewers to the program each day. Buzz is lucky if our wife reads our weekly rants....

    by Eric Celeste on October 9, 2003
  • Article

    Out of Luck - Want a sure thing? Read Schutze's columns.

    I'm a loser. There's really no other way to put it. This probably doesn't shock most of you, particularly those who know me personally or those who tend to send in letters to the editor, most of which generally begin or end, not surprisingly, with "y...

    by John Gonzalez on October 9, 2003
<< Previous Page  |  1  |  ...  |  350  |  ...  |  700  |  ...  |  1050  |  ...  |  1256  |  1257  |  1258  |  ...  |  1400  |  1401  |  Next Page >> 25121 - 25140 of 28006
Dallas Concert Tickets
Loading...