This music blog takes its name from the opening line of Jimmie Dale Gilmore's "Dallas," a song written in the early '70s and recorded most famously by his trio with Joe Ely and Butch Hancock, The Flatlanders. Have you ever seen Dallas from a DC-9 at night? On Monday, after 49 years in the air, th ... More >>
He had an uncanny knack for finding tornadoes. Then one found him.
If Mitt Romney won't tell you which need to be closed, we will
Peter Harnikâ€‹About a month ago we gave you the heads-up that Dallas City Hall would be overrun all day today with planners and politicians looking for a home in the heart of the 21st Century city. Fingers crossed a few of us'll have time enough to slip in and out during the day to report on what J ... More >>
Photos by Sam MertenWhile Leppert gives the appropriate courtesy laugh to Susan Combs, Perry has his eyes on other, um, things.It's not often when we get to watch Mayor Tom Leppert play Robin to anyone's Batman, but that's exactly what happened when he introduced and subsequently endorsed Gov ... More >>
Let's just say Bush gets charged with war crimes. Will Dallas be guilty by association with his library?
Maybe, like me, you were reading the latest issue of Wired, specifically the story headlined "The Rise of Crowdsourcing." Contained in that piece is a fascinating section about a company called InnoCentive, which was launched in 2001 by pharmaceutical maker Eli Lilly "as a way to connect with brainp ... More >>
Alaska's Arctic National Wildlife Refuge proves itself as a photographer's ideal subject
Fusion weds Asian and Tex-Mex and creates a happy marriage
Learning to love the bomb in Circle Theatre’s Ad Wars
The city council fears mice in corners whispering truth
Downtown goes from dead to deadly
Spielberg, once more, is caught up in the thrill of the chase
Followers of Cao Dai, a Vietnamese sect with frail tendrils in Dallas, say their time has come to spread the word. Just ask Victor Hugo.
September 11 creates a bull market for dogs with a nose for explosives
A city gone shabby yearns for a mayor to put things right
Buzz looks back on 2001 and proves once again that the boy just ain't normal
Downtown’s real estate barons are terrified that Perot-Hicks’ slick Victory project could wreak havoc on their own tax-funded plans to fix the city’s core
The next city election will separate the good aginners from the evildoers
Caught in the Middle, Boeing Lovefest
The Morning News sells its, uh, soul for Boeing
In the he-said, she-said world of child visitation disputes, dads like Doug Watkins say fathers have no rights
The Dallas Morning News sends a crack team to make sure a big story doesn't get covered
Molly Ivins leaves the Star-Telegram's staff, but not its pages
Andrew Beal spent $200 million trying to launch rockets without Uncle Sam's help. His dream went down in flames
Can the big-brain boys of the defense community change the way America fights?
Julien Temple and The Sex Pistols set their record straight in The Filth and the Fury
JFK assassination buffs who peddle their wares on the grassy knoll think there's a plot to put them out of business. They may be right.
How little Legend Airlines beat mammoth American at its own game
T. Boone Pickens Jr. has lost millions, been booted out of his own company, and his wife wants a divorce. Miriam Rozen chronicles the downward spiral of the once-fearsome Learjet Cowboy.
Striking machinists won't buckle under to greedy Boeing bosses
Forget the usual tales of rape and pillage--consider the sins of corporate America
Colin Powell's decision reveals distasteful state of American politics