Across the new Trinity bridge, a long-neglected but suddenly desirable neighborhood waits and hopes.
Texas HideoutWalter Penn, right, directing Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway in North TexasRobert Benton, born in Oak Cliff and raised in University Park and, later, Waxahachie, began working with collaborator and friend David Newman on a screenplay about Bonnie Parker and Clyde Barrow in 1964. They ... More >>
Dallas Municipal Archives/UNT LibrariesI envy John Slate most days -- after all, as the city archivist it's his job to dig deep into Dallas's history, where I am but mere enthusiast and dilettante. It was Slate who last week found something once thought lost to the dustbin of history: that animat ... More >>
Luna Tortilla Factory, also on the Endangered list For the fourth year, Preservation Dallas has announced its “Most Endangered Resources” list, which features everything from specific buildings to general neighborhoods -- and includes this year a plea for the city to change its teardown procedur ... More >>
View Larger Map For such a short, pleasant-looking street, Chapel Creek Drive -- off Webb Chapel Road, just south of Walnut Hill Lane -- has a fairly lengthy list of criminal activity, according to this morning's Daily Crime Report. Since Thursday alone, the Dallas police have been called to six di ... More >>
Cast your vote for the 2006 Dallas Observer Music Awards; On Saturday, say goodbye to Slick 57
Radiant goes Over There, Ward Richmond goes to jail and every band in Dallas gets put on hold
Get the holidays in motion
He has three Oscars, co-wrote Bonnie and Clyde and Paul Newman digs him. So why don't you know Dallas-born filmmaker Robert Benton?
Slick 57 tries to make people forget about its fancy college degrees
Here's the scoop on some local releases--big, small and in between
Ghetto Fame-Us set to release new record
The South's mythical Mafia finds a home in Elmore Leonard's imagination--and new novel
Romeo and Juliet with guns
Dallas' favorite criminal pair offers tourists a real Texas treat
Local stage productions excelled in 1999 -- but where are the crowds?
Going Inside Bonnie Parker
Gene Summers hasn't had to work a day job since 1958, but it took him more than 30 years to get back to the music he loved