Erich Spangenberg, like others in his trade, would prefer that you refer to his stable companies as "patent assertion entities." But he has a thick skin; you're more than welcome to call him a troll, so long as you point out that he is, in fact, the world's biggest. Over the past five years, Spange ... More >>
Cowboys fans can admit it: We cried a few sports tears when our playoff dream evaporated on Sunday night. But so be it. We know must move past another dismal season of professional football and look forward to the remaining college bowl games. Sure, these guys aren't making big money like Tony Romo, ... More >>
Private Social is close to openingDallas is not, on the whole, a walkable city, but there are many strands that cater to pedestrians. As the heat subdued, I decided to see how foot-friendly McKinney Avenue was on this past sunny, Saturday afternoon. I started at Fitzhugh around noon and wande ... More >>
â€‹When I was a kid, the only artist I knew by name was LeRoy Neiman -- musta been those Bicentennial Burger King giveaways, yech. So, I was kind of interested when a Friend of Unfair Park sent word that someone's auctioing off a Neiman original on eBay: Superbowl VI (Miami and Dallas). Only, what t ... More >>
Greg Rohan, president of Heritage Auction GalleriesA former senior Civil War consultant for Heritage Auction Galleries alleges the Dallas-based company uses a fake bidder to defraud customers. A lawsuit filed May 22 by Gary Hendershott against Heritage and six others also claims the world's third la ... More >>
Theatre Three won't let you deny the Nile
Operating a restaurant seemed like a breeze to Cervantes before he opened his first place a few decades ago. On the verge of failure, he took a trip to clear his head--ending up on a crowded patio in Mexico...The patios he opened subsequently--such as the always popular deck at Primo's--changed drin ... More >>
This RTC production is Hollow
Garland floats out Agatha Christie
Theatre Three asks Whodunnit but doesn't have a clue.
See Whodunnit at Theatre Three
Crawl Uptown to the bar
Duncanville gets caught in a trap
Agatha Christie's Indians take the stage
Heritage Auction Galleries made a fortune selling rare coins. Now it’s making a mint offering gems from America’s rich past.
Why do women need a girls' night out?
Crossroads Guitar Festival celebrates six-strings and the men who make them famous
Does anyone really watch sports at a sports bar?
Join this mystery meet
Christie's Sports Bar
Theatre Three serves a tasty buffet of red herrings; Fumed Oak cooks its own goose
Identity looks scary, plays funny and might be genius for it
Plus: Spring Fever, No Sheet
Who are the best bartenders in Dallas?
Sturdy performances can't save the eminently forgettable The Unexpected Guest
The Kimbell's portrait-filled retrospective offers little beyond biography
For this bookie duo, March Madness means three weeks of overtime pay
The DMA falls for its own hype, and that of another self-promoter named Joseph Beuys
Kitchen Dog's Kiss of the Spider Woman leaps over the pitfalls of collaboration
Ravenscroft digs into a family plot
RTC gives Witness for the Prosecution a rousing turn at the stand
The statue doesn't look like a traditional Our Lady of Guadalupe, but its appearance is just the start of the puzzle
The Kimbell's tribute to Modernism makes you want to search your closets for everyday objects
Onetime fly jock Tom Joyner has landed a radio deal with Corporate America that is making him the conscience of the black community
Alan Rudolph rises from the ashes in a suave, smoky Afterglow
Pegasus does its old-movie spoof in Another Murder: Another Show!
Dallas Children's Theater wrings as much life as it can from A.A. Milne's limp tales
Richardson Theatre Centre coaxes a bit of wit from an Agatha Christie warhorse