Don O. has been playing blues records on 89.3 KNON for thirty years now. He was there when KNON broadcast out of an old house with no air conditioning and he's never been late for a single airshift (despite 20 miles of traffic each way). He's since been informally knighted as the KNON historian, an ... More >>
Historic Auto AttractionsSpent the better part of the morning virtually touring Historic Auto Attractions in Roscoe, Illinois, where, per Roadside America's rave, "the fireplace mantle on which President Truman signed the order to bomb Hiroshima is only a few feet from a pickup truck used on Sanf ... More >>
David Card at Poor David's on Lower Greenville in a photo taken some time in the mid-1980sI was digging through our old photo archives Friday afternoon -- I think I'm the only one left 'round here who knows we even have such a thing -- looking for a photo that, turns out, I remembered wrong. I th ... More >>
Yeah, but he still looks good, doesn't he, Darryl? (Deanna Mason) Local tunesmiths have until Halloween to submit their magnum opuses to the Dallas Songwriter’s Association in order to take part in the group’s 19th annual songwriting contest. This year, the DSA is offering over $5,000 in cash ... More >>
We didn't get the budget for a DOMA documentary, so here's a quick behind-the-scenes rundown instead
In the Dallas music scene, who brings the biggest crowds?
Sunday, April 17, at Poor David's Pub
Poor David's Pub preparing to enter new generation
A Dallas real estate developer reinvents the art of the deal
For one week, Sarah Hepola saw every band that invited her. God help her.
We say listen to Deadman, but what do we know? We're screwing up everything.
With a new album, Radney Foster isn't so "heartbroke and then some" anymore
Lisa Loeb, figuring it out in public
Twenty years without bluffing at Poor David's Pub
Tree-hugging compilation album takes on a Texas conglomerate
Comatheatre lets the audience connect the dots