There's a fundamental tension baked into Dallas' plans for the Trinity River corridor. On the one hand, it wants to open the vast, unconcreted lands of the Great Trinity Forest for people to enjoy -- average folks, too, not just the naturalists and horsemen and gonzo hikers hearty enough to bushwhac ... More >>
Breaking down the Morning News' cargo-cult approach to economic development.
So Kevin Dixon, principal of West Middle School in DeSoto ISD, is apologizing for emailing "a video of dancing chimpanzees to his staff last week that a school board trustee found racist," the Morning News' Matthew Haag writes in today's Metro section. For some reason, the News didn't see fit to emb ... More >>
In July we told you about Dr. David Shorrman, author of The Exchange of Truth: Liberating the World From the Lie of Evolution and a member of the state biology panel making recommendations to the Texas Board of Education. Turns out, Shorrman (pictured to the right) was riding in the vanguard ... More >>
The Meadows honors the ancient peoples
People stand in line to see the boy king
Bust out the Aqua-Net and head to Billy Bob's
Big, big science news this morning: Neanderthals weren't as dumb as they looked. It's in all the U.K. papers today, as one member of the team that made the discovery that stupidity was not the Neanderthals' cause of extinction hails from the University of Exeter; the discovery also turns up in the J ... More >>
Jenny At last, Joyce Poole has responded. Who, you're wondering, is Joyce Poole? "She is to elephants what Jane Goodall is to chimpanzees and Dian Fossey was to gorillas, their savior." Also: She is the author of 1996's Coming of Age With Elephants: A Memoir and 1997's Elephants for the World Life L ... More >>
The DSO rocks the Latino festival flare
The Modern screens a thought-provoker
The wealthy are just another savage tribe in Fierce People
Fair Park is full of Ancient Treasures
Professor scoffs at Lost Tomb of Jesus documentary
See some lasers in Grand Prairie
At Uptown Players, Elton John's Aida does the crocodile rock on the Nile
Pillsbury's treasure hunt
The epic sweep of Timeline is easily forgotten
Zeus Comics and Collectibles
The Ballpark's new recruits are really young
Letting the Yanomamö speak for themselves
Amateur archeologist Alex Troup has some advice for those who would bring life back to downtown Dallas: The answers are under your feet.
African American Museum
An ancient Indian skeleton has local officials trying to pass the buck
Come see the "Pharaoh at the Bat"
Some of the world's greatest discoveries are complete accidents
As Jane Goodall will remind you, chimps don't make good pets
Charting the not-so-grand endeavors of Frank Reaugh and Edward Sheriff Curtis
Vendyl Jones says he's a crusading archaeologist searching for long-lost biblical treasures. His critics sya he's more worried about self-promotion than science.
Digging up the facts behind Egyptian excavations
Archeology in Rockwall
A would-be Indiana Jones reopens the debate over who got to America first
Instinct offers gorillas in the midst of one mediocre movie
The statue doesn't look like a traditional Our Lady of Guadalupe, but its appearance is just the start of the puzzle
A Dallas archaeology buff is forced to the sidelines as the city's past makes way for the new arena
Creation scientist Dr. Carl Baugh claims he's found evidence that will explode the 'myth' of evolution. But the biggest myth is Baugh himself.
Columbus Realty races to move paupers graves
The Dallas Museum of Natural History seeks a hot new concept to save itself from extinction
Ray Audette hunts with a hawk and eats like a caveman. He says his meaty diet stopped his hair from falling out, cured his diabetes--and will make you healthy too
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX