On the bulletproof compound of the formidable College Sports Cartel, no one enjoys life quite like the football bowl executive, that shadowy Good Ol' Boy who plans one football game a year in exchange for a mid-six-figure salary and fringe benefits fit for a Florida congressman. And in recent years, ... More >>
Editor's note: At 5:23 p.m., Chris Heinbaugh shot us the following e-mail: "The Mayor is returning Sunday and will not be attending the Super Bowl game." But he's still in Arizona for the festivities. Carry on. In late December, Mayor Tom Leppert created friction between himself and the Dallas city ... More >>
Tomorrow marks a major holiday -- at least according to the folks at the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. Some four years back, the Cotton Bowl folks decided to commemorate the first Saturday in November as National College Football Day, so designated because on November 6, 1869, Rutgers defeated Princeton ... More >>
AT&T officials want you to know this WFAA-Channel 8 story from Friday is right. And very wrong. I got an e-mail this a.m. from Natasha Seeley at AT&T announcing a press conference tomorrow morning at the Dallas Museum of Art, during which Mayor Laura and the Kilgore College Rangerettes will provide ... More >>
Souvenirs are art at the Amon Carter Museum
While Dallas fools around with the Olympics, the Cotton Bowl crumbles
Dallas attorney Darrell Jordan wants to cover the Cotton Bowl--anyone got $150 million to spare?
Arena documents, discussions remain hidden from the public