(Clip from Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best)
The Dallas Film Society announced the first 15 entries to be officially accepted into this year's Dallas International Film Festival, which occurs from April 12 to the 22.While many so far are documentaries, a few feel-goods have weaseled their way in, and ... More >>
All (phone) photos by Jesse HugheyCherry Chocolate StoutWith its gargoyle logos and its cocky slogans and beer names, not to mention its intensely bitter IPAs, Stone Brewing Co. -- which celebrated its 15th anniversary Tuesday -- may try to maintain a bad-ass image. But a couple of new collaborat ... More >>
Woke up rooting for America Sunday morning. Phil Mickelson made a charge, Dustin Johnson was in the hunt and it looked like a U.S. golfer would steal the Claret Jug at the British Open.
I was rooting for America after lunch, too. Abby Wambach scored late and it looked like the U.S. would ... More >>
Musicians releasing songs to benefit those in need is not a new phenomenon -- look no further than 1985's "We Are the World" charity single, by the supergroup USA for Africa, featuring Tina Turner, Cyndi Lauper, and strangely enough, Dan Aykroyd. And let's not forget the awesomely awful Haiti rem ... More >>
We'll admit that when we see a kid selling lemonade in the neighborhood we have to buy a cup and give the adorable rascal an extra dollar. It's going to be hard to resist emptying your wallet at the lemonade stand that will be in the Science Building lobby at the Museum of Nature and Science ... More >>
Twelve years ago, several DISD students went to Sendai for six days; the short film about their trip follows.If nothing else, Mayor Dwaine Caraway's letters to and from Sendai following the earthquake and tsunami served to remind us of the long, deep connection shared between the International Fr ... More >>
I'm really worried about what the Reverend Robert Jeffress is going to say at Dallas First Baptist Church Sunday about the quake in Japan. I live within a three-mile radius of First Baptist, and I'm afraid I won't be far enough away.
The ad for his sermon that appeared here on Unfair Park ye ... More >>
Those images of the out-of-control nuclear plants in Japan are hard-wired to our own situation in Dallas. Their tragedy is our challenge. The question is whether we see the wire in time.
City council member Angela Hunt has succeeded in forcing Mayor Dwaine Caraway to put the issue of natural ... More >>
Fearing's this weekend plans to donate a portion of its proceeds to Japanese tsunami relief efforts, becoming one of the first area restaurants to publicly announce its charitable giving plans.
Spokesperson Bonnie Crail said she didn't know the exact percentage of profits the restaurant inte ... More >>