Men's Health posted a poll yesterday on the Manliest Restaurant in America, where you're all invited to cast your vote for restaurants in nine different categories. As always, with bated breath (and a knowing swagger), we had to see if there were any Texas restaurants. There better be, amIright? B ... More >>
Piles of cash and nowhere to launder it? That's what Texas is for, hombre.In Sunday's Dallas Morning News, reporter Brendan Case took a stab at explaining what, besides the state's generally business-friendly policies, has helped Texas produce such a relative bounty of jobs of late. The state ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Tuesday, March 31, 2009... Play drums? Like being bossed around by a bald ego-maniac? Then run right down and audition to be the new drummer for the Smashing Pumpkins on April 10! If you had any doubts that Green Day had moved on from their punk rock roo ... More >>
All good things come from Texas—in food, anyway
A dozen men were tortured, killed and buried in a small house in Juarez. Three years later, the U.S. government is still trying to cover up what happened.
To the laundry list of problems facing The Dallas Morning News, add another: A judge in El Paso ruled yesterday that a libel suit filed by a Mexican newspaper can proceed and will, in fact, likely go to trial in February. Says here--and not in Dallas' Only Daily, far as I can tell--that the owners o ... More >>
The more things change, the more we try to keep up
Small towns in the Big Bend area brace for an onslaught of Mexican trucks rolling their way thanks to NAFTA
Hundreds of poor Mexican girls have been abducted, raped, and murdered on the streets of Ciudad Juarez. They were forgotten and mostly ignored by authorities until Esther Chavez came along.
Despite shoddy science, bad economics, and catastrophic health risks, a West Texas border community may become the nation's nuclear dumping ground
From Mexico to L.A. via Alaska and El Paso, Tito Larriva has seen it all and more