Brent Herling has a confession to make. "I'm the one that put SpongeBob on the wall." The sudden appearance of the cartoon sponge sparked a minor uproar in 2011 among purists who wanted to preserve W.T. White students' 1976 mural, which covers a half mile of wall along Forest Lane, in its original ... More >>
Donny Sirisavath and a friend were headed west on Ross Avenue last night at 10:15 when, as they waited on their bicycles for the light at Greenville Avenue, a white Corvette pulled up on their right side. The driver was not happy, according to the ensuing police report. "Fuck you," he said, the fir ... More >>
America is in a pissy, irascible, throw-the-bums-out, anti-incumbent kinda mood. Even, apparently, if it means unseating a longtime congressman with some serious seniority and a choice committee chair. According to Charlie Cook over at the National Journal, there are some 22 House Republican primar ... More >>
Neon Indian is back with a new single, "Fallout," from 2011 album Era Extraña. The song is accompanied by a video, directed by what looks to be the makers of Heathcliff lilfuchs.Watch as a totally hot cartoon babe cruises the desert in an '80s Corvette. She pulls up to a gas station where its emplo ... More >>
Hunter S. Thompson adaptation oddly tame.
We went to the Mecum car auction Saturday after all, where a '68 Corvette sold for $565,000, and as we were driving away from the Dallas Convention Center we espied a small encampment of sorts set up next to Robert Summers's 49 bronze Longhorns in Pioneer Plaza. There was one dude sporting a Guy ... More >>
Sometimes it takes me a couple days to get my mind around Rick Perry. For the last several days I have been pondering the governor's veto of the Texas no-text bill. As passed by both houses of the Legislature, the measure would have made it illegal to carry out text messaging while driving. ... More >>
Brenda ChapmanEdward Molz III at 3rd Street Financial's North Dallas "offices," back when life was all strip clubs, sports cars and cosmetic surgery.For a while there, life was pretty sweet for Ed Molz III. The financial start-up he formed last August was doing great business, and while his offic ... More >>
Yesterday, Friend of Unfair Park "The Big Guy" directed our attention to a Jalopnik item in which a security guard for Dallas Auto Auction is seen treating someone else's Corvette ZR1 like it's his very own hundred-thousand-dollar Hot Wheel. For whatever reason, said security guard not only recor ... More >>
See our slideshow for more photos from Woodrow's 80th.Out in front of Woodrow Wilson High School Saturday morning, Tom Hopkins sat on the back of his '57 Corvette, watching the parade roll in. The 1968 graduate had the look of someone well trained in the art of leaning on his car, quietly judging an ... More >>
Your daily dose of music news for Thursday, February 12, 2009... Been waiting for the day when MC Hammer and Vanilla Ice would team up again and rock your socks off? Well kids, your dream has come true! This Friday, Stanley Burrell and Robbie Van Winkle will play a show together in the fu ... More >>
Holidays are a great time to wind up behind bars
How powerful can a woman be when she's dangling by a leg and touching her "teaser"?
So, about that Corvette that pulled in a little too close to the Lemmon Avenue La Madeleine on Friday. A couple of Friends pointed out in the comments that it was a Hertz rental special. No kidding: It's so rare, matter of fact, that this morning, news of the crash makes its way onto Jalopnik, Gawke ... More >>
From the looks of this photo, among many others currently posted on the KDFW-Channel 4 site, this morning the La Madeleine at 3906 Lemmon Avenue became a drive-thru. At least, that's what the driver of a yellow Corvette figured. --Robert Wilonsky
Tony Romo makes a short, sweet journey from anonymous backup to A-list celebrity
Dead men all wear plaid
Our fear of the unknown appears unfounded. So far.
Get a lesson in racing at Lone Star Park
Another Fine Day (Lost Highway)
A motorcycle accident cost Bill Rucker his leg, but that won't stop him from building-and riding-bikes
Tripsichore strikes a pose
Saturday, February 5
Laying bare the lives of Dallas' Strip Club DJs
Watch the birds' annual incredible journey
Temptation flourishes in the garden of Young Adam
Even in the great beyond, no one is safe from identity theft
DMA shakes off the curse of Wendy Reves and mounts an impressive Renoir show
The high-speed sequel 2 Fast 2 Furious delivers more noise and more flash
What is a sommelier?
Onstage and off, the Dixie Chicks changed the way they do business
If Dallas cops are so destitute, how come police station parking lots look like the auto show?
How do we deal with the staggering number of prisoners re-entering society? Ned Rollo thinks he knows. He should. He's been there.
In this Beijing, a Bicycle is never just a bicycle
Shenanigans' sleight of hand is all thumbs
Autorama offers classic cars, Chyna and the Texas Bikini Team
High-profile P.I. Bill Dear believes he knows who killed Nicole Simpson. It's not who you think.
John Mullen is a modern-day action hero straight out of television, a full-time emergency room physician who fights crime and solves murders on the side
Mystery, intrigue, and hunky surfers
Haifa Bale has spent three years trying to get her daughter back from an abusive ex-husband. Not even the Queen of Jordan can make it happen.
Our intrepid correspondent follows a scheming ex-con to Mexico in search of treasure. They find bupkus.
The world might not be coming to an end, but maybe it should be
Dallas' little fish swim with the Wall Street sharks at an online trading house
The sort-of true adventures of a kind-of real rock star and her not-made-up boyfriend
May 20 - 26, 1999
May 13-19, 1999
Spotless Rigatoni offers ample helpings of fresh Italian food
How two hacked-off Cowboys scored on Channel 5 and Marty Griffin
From a tiny food counter in South Dallas, Delvin Gray struggles to change the world