With help from a former church boy from Dallas, the state's "nones" are getting organized and going public.
Deb Doing DallasP.O.S. Doomtree Dan's Silverleaf Tuesday, February 7 In a year spent throne-watching, Doomtree's 2011 release, No Kings, was an interesting comment on hip-hop's climate. Excessive in its own right, the Minneapolis collective has no less than seven official collaborators contr ... More >>
Stakes are high for comedy written by and starring women.
Had totally intended to attend this weekend's Christian Book Expo at the Dallas Convention Center, if only for the cameo appearance by the godless Christopher Hitchens. Alas, my weekend got away from me, and, sadly, no expo for me. Or for most folks, as it turns out: Publishers Weekly today reports ... More >>
He is, in every sense of the word, The Man.Well, that attribution is probably only true for those of us sharing far too much zeal for nightlife, but still...No one is better than this bleary-eyed Dallas Morning News icon at zeroing in on a scene, distilling it into words and making it ... More >>
For musicians these days, speaking out against President Bush isn'trisky so much as trendy
Documentary presents a case against Kissinger
We wanted to say something nasty about DMA's Thomas Struth exhibit, but can't