Meet Wes McIntyre. Yeah, he works at Granada...for years now. You've probably seen him. He's been gaining a reputation around the venue as being a pretty awesome human being in general. Exemplified in his nice-guy style of security work, and cornerstoned by his recent role as Santa at a Libertine- ... More >>
Restaurant week is wrapping up this weekend, and the weather promises to be a little more relaxed. Seems like a good time for a little patio drinking and perhapsa little pesticide bathing. Or maybe you're off to the Londoner tomorrow morning to watch the opening weekend of the English Premier League ... More >>
In the wake of yesterday's announcement that the FBI is offering $150,00 for information leading to the arrest of a local Scooby Doo lover who also likes sending white powder-filled envelopes to preschools and such, people are on their toes. Dallas Fire Department spokesman Jason Evans sends word th ... More >>
Photo by Patrick MichelsRay Crawford and his petition signed by those opposed to gas drilling in the Dallas city limutsAs we noted a couple of weeks back, Dallas City Hall's taking applications for the gas-drilling task force Angela Hunt demanded after Dave Neumann failed to make good on his prom ... More >>
International Association of Fire ChiefsLeanne SiriLet's end the week with a little journalistic quiz for all your Friends of Unfair Park out there. First, a little background.In October, D magazine published a lengthy feature headlined "The Woman-hating Culture Inside the Dallas Fire Department, ... More >>
Dallas hoops legend comes home to spread good in the 'hood
The Dallas Zoo celebrates new exhibits
Plus: Play Nice
In a Lancaster gym, Greg Hatley is raising boxing champions, but the best fighter he ever saw isn't among them
Dallas' supposed paramedic shortage isn't all it's cracked up to be
A jealous ex-lover tries to torh the Other Man. He would have gotten away with it, if not for our underwear-clad-hero.
Twenty years after Sherrie Wilson became Dallas' first female firefighter, she discovered the department's hiring practices were discriminatory. When she tried to do something about it, she got burned.
Why can't we all just get along? The history, or not, of Russell and Jeff's Deep Ellum
After ignoring a 1979 ordinance guaranteeing pay parity among firefighters and police officers, Dallas may owe as much as $150 million
A deadly accident in a pit at Texas Instruments sent lawyers and flacks scurrying, but the company's response may put it deeper in the hole
As the Tenth Street freedmen's town crumbles, its would-be saviors bicker among the ruins
The City of Dallas could make a fortune from WRR-FM. But powerful friends don't want anything to change at their little radio station.
Dallas' most compelling art museum is hidden away in an old East Dallas firehouse
How lone crusader Joe Burkleo keeps the city's wrecking ball swinging
Bettie Beets killed two husbands. Now she's likely to become the first woman the state of Texas has ever executed