Wonderful story for an old Detroit homeboy in today's New York Times chronicling the incredible comeback and stunning success of Chrysler. Since emerging from bankruptcy and repaying all of its government loans, Chrysler Group LLC has leaped ahead of global competitors, according to the Times: "On ... More >>
Big business is finally figuring out what Democrats have been saying since the worst days of George W: that the genius idea of Bush's brain, Karl Rove, was a Faustian bargain with that powerful and elusive element of American political landscape -- the ignorati. Now the ignorati are demanding thei ... More >>
If I were a male cowboy-boot-wearing Republican in Texas, I might feel pretty chapped right now by all the attention paid over the last week to the Virginia ultrasound bill. Talk about some limp legislation. Yesterday those wimps in Virginia voted up a pared-down version that will allow women under ... More >>
Some of our notables showed great courage this year, others are simply notorious, but all 10 had a big impact in 2011.
Cronenberg analyzes 20th century madness.
CTD makes Cuckoos Nest a comedy of errors
Do you believe in magic? Then we have a school for you, Harry.
That's what I'm supposed to give readers. That's what I got.
Art films for the blockbuster-ambushed masses
DTC's Of Mice and Men travels at warp speed. What's the rush?
Will Oldham's deep thoughts aren't confined to his eloquent lyrics
Brian Fridge creates space to make images to create space with
From beerhalls to boardrooms, personality tests claim to be a window into the soul. Are they a valid tool, or just psychological window dressing?
The Groobees' Susan Gibson wrote the song that made the world sing. Well, at least fans of the Dixie Chicks.
The poetry of Christina Rossetti ripens in Echo Theatre's musical production of Goblin Market
On the Watts Prophets and the author's days in the Writers Workshop
An unsung intellectual giant rules from the mattress in Wingspan's sparkling production
Sara Hickman doesn't need to please anyone anymore
April 2-8, 1998
In today's music business, tomorrow's revolution is yesterday's fad
Kitchen Dog's scaled-down, gender-bending Tempest suffers from some pale performances
The city's future is in the hooves of a winged horse--and in the New Age musings of the Dallas Institute of Humanities.