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    Dark Ages

    There's a fascinating story about American Airlines and its innovative use of technology in Dallas' Only Daily this weekend. It's nothing short of a "revolution," says writer Terry Maxon. Mechanics are using laptops and "a wireless network that can c...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2007 @ 2:10 pm
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    Jersey Whirl

    While the San Antonio Spurs polish off the Cleveland Cavaliers in tonight's Game 3 of a series that is slugging along to all-time low viewership, we're reminded that in the NBA the best players aren't always the most popular. Bryant, who this season ...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2007 @ 1:18 pm
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    Schutze Tickles Everything But the Ivories

    If you happen to hear the new anti-Ed Oakley ad on the radio, featuring the guy I wrote about a couple weeks go whose land was almost zoned out from under him by the city council, I want you to know that the rumors are not true: I am not the guy play...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2007 @ 12:31 pm
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    Dallas, Together We Can Be Grande

    My vision for Dallas? It's a Dallas that's the safest city in America -- a city known for smart business, that puts taxpayers and citizens first. A city where families can shop, see a movie and enjoy a Starbucks in their own neighborhood, regardle...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2007 @ 11:58 am
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    When Grief Turns to Fury

    A few days after a similar story appeared in Dallas' Only Daily, the Stiles family tells their hometown newspaper, the Naperville Sun in suburban Chicago, that the university's doing nothing to stop drug and alcohol abuse on campus -- or find the kid...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2007 @ 10:00 am
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    Gosh, Can't They Both Be Mayor?

    Some random mayoral musings this a.m... In the Houston Chronicle this morning, our old pal and colleague Tom Korosec blames all those "Ed Oakley is gay" articles on TIme magazine. He also discovers that Texas Eagle Forum's Cathie Adams and Interdeno...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 12, 2007 @ 9:00 am
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    Uncool

    Is everything more plastic, planned and painful if it happens at Victory Park? Hardcore disclaimer: I don't dig Victory Park. I don't dig the faux planning, I don't dig the faux Times Square, and I don't dig the metal 'n glass look-how-made-we-are f...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 6:50 pm
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    A Little Love for Tom

    Last week, Unfair Park defended Ed Oakley after he falsely claimed to have won the endorsement of the NAACP during a forum in front of a predominantly African-American audience. We really exerted ourselves on that one, particularly since Oakley has a...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 5:27 pm
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    Bringing Bars Online

    Dallas is one of just a few cities to be graced with a LateNightShots network. Founded in D.C. and slowly expanding to drinkers across the country, LNS is much like MySpace, in that you get to make a profile page with clever and witty answers to ques...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 4:07 pm
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    Here We Come, Capitalist Swine

    Over the weekend what kept replaying through my head were remarks not by Emil but by lifelong loyal Dems with whom I chatted after the speech, out on the lawn of the extremely interesting Robert Bellamy estate. If I distill it all down to the basics,...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 2:40 pm
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    HBO KOs NBA

    Worse, Tony Soprano plays for neither team. When the ratings come out later today I'll bet you a nickel HBO's finale whacks NBA's Finals. While The Sopranos gave us two teams waging a violent and passionate struggle for power capped by one of the mos...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 2:00 pm
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    Who'll Buy Their Memories?

    What I did buy at Half-Price Books' Northwest Highway location yesterday, for three whole dollars: a nearly mint and completely intact copy of the December 9, 1991, issue of the Dallas Times Herald -- the very last one, for you newcomers...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 11:38 am
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    Old Zoo Revue, Coming Right at You

    And if post-"Whiter Shade of Pale" Procol Harum ain't your thing because you have ears, go here to hear the song "Dark Stranger" from Kristy Krger, which appears on the just-released New Arrivals, Volume 2 collection. Oh, and in case you were unawar...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 10:53 am
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    Expect a Marlboro Snus Infection

    Says here Philip Morris USA will debut "a new, spitless, smokeless tobacco product" in a couple of months, to jumpstart its declining cigarette biz. And, lucky us, the DFW will be the petri dish in which Philip Morris tests its new produ...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 10:01 am
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    Surprise: Leo Chaney Loves Him Some Leo Chaney

    If you read one Dallas Morning News story all year, make it be this one. Because Leo Chaney's far more important than Juanita Craft. Oh, and after you read that Dallas Morning News story, call Leo Chaney and ask him whatever happened to that motorspo...

    @ Unfair Park by Robert Wilonsky on June 11, 2007 @ 9:00 am
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    The Ex-Gay Way

    Heels: Buzz doesn't discriminate. Sometimes Buzz is black, sometimes Asian, sometimes white. Buzz can be tall or short, or, um, Republican. (Well, maybe not that last one. We have our limits) This week, Buzz wears the gay hat. See, last Saturday,...

    by Jonanna Widner on November 1, 2007
  • Holy Land Family Fights Terrorist Label - Despite a hung jury, the trials are far from over

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    Holy Land Family Fights Terrorist Label - Despite a hung jury, the trials are far from over

    That Tuesday morning, Noor Elashi awoke to red and blue lights flashing through her bedroom curtains as FBI agents swarmed across the freshly cut lawn in front of her small Richardson house. In the early morning mist, the armed agents rushed to her ...

    by Sarah Junek on November 1, 2007
  • Farmers Branch Pulls in the Welcome Mat

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    Farmers Branch Pulls in the Welcome Mat

    An artist's work is deemed inappropriate and yanked from the walls of the public library. An 82-year-old woman faces jail time because she can't afford to pay $1,900 in code enforcement fines. Hispanic activists scramble to educate parents aft...

    by Megan Feldman on November 1, 2007
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    Trinity Showdown

    Trinity Showdown I love it. You hit 'em where it hurts, and based on George Rodrigue's column, they are screaming bloody murder. A few more columns like this ("Gunfight at the Trinity," by Jim Schutze, October 18) and we should be able to stop th...

    on November 1, 2007
  • Like Zombies, SMU football Plays on Without a Pulse

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    Like Zombies, SMU football Plays on Without a Pulse

    For his role, Dale Hansen got death threats, extortion ploys and a dead bird. "It was a black crow delivered right to our office," recalls Hansen, WFAA-Channel 8's sports anchor. "It had a note pinned through its body: 'You're next.'" For its ...

    by Richie Whitt on November 1, 2007
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Ignore All the Smoke Around HUD's Case Against Dallas and See Something Ugly in the Mirror

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's accusation of racial segregation lodged against Dallas has probably reached a point of incomprehensibility for most people, but there is still a… More >>

How Senior Statesman Norm Hitzges Fits into the Ticket's Land of Sophomores How Senior Statesman Norm Hitzges Fits into the Ticket's Land of Sophomores

OO.ready(function() { OO.Player.create('ooyalaplayer', '1rMzlzbzoavQdAqRHXLyHP7RveJktP8e'); });Please enable Javascript to watch this video Norm Hitzges leans into the microphone, ready to bear the joke's brunt. He's sitting in KTCK-AM 1310 The Ticket's fourth-floor… More >>

Heart of Clay

In President Obama's 1995 autobiography, Dreams from My Father, one passage describes a day when he is still a kid in Indonesia, walking down a road with his Indonesian stepfather. His… More >>

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