President and CEO of Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance Mike Faenza said as much yesterday: He knows he's "at risk of looking like Don Quixote" here, but he really, really believes Dallas can end its chronic homelessness problem by 2015. Which is why earlier today he did his best to convince the city co ... More >>
Photo by Stephen MaskerOne of the more intriguing council briefings tomorrow will be given by an old friend of Mayor Mike Rawlings: Mike Faenza, president and CEO of the Metro Dallas Homeless Alliance. The title of his PowerPoint isn't very sexy -- "Permanent Supportive Housing Plan" -- but conta ... More >>
Thursday, April 16,at the Granada Theater
He claims to have invented e-mail. He holds a world skydiving record. But his current invention promises to top them all
Thumbs up or toes up for reviewers at Pegasus; big voices in Broadway Our Way
In Man of La Mancha,
nobody expects songs
with the Spanish Inquisition
Terry Gilliam returns, with no one but himself to blame
Get Myself Together (Terminus)
Noche Flamenca is for the people
The weirdo auteur drives morbidly toward his own money shot in The Brown Bunny
The Dallas Video Festival shows all the news not fit for print
Deadpan irony is the rule in this triumphant high school geek comedy
This Endeavor is another wacky one
Plus: Gimme Some Skin; Dude, You Owe Us, Like, $304
Violinist Gil Shaham performs
Terry Gilliam sets out to make Don Quixote, but becomes him instead
Was Terry Gilliam the man who killed Don Quixote?
At the Deep Ellum film fest, fact becomes fiction becomes fact
A GOP state redistricting plan targets a longtime Democrat and others
Fearless reformer or legal terrorist? Bobby Wightman-Cervantes makes a run for the Senate. The Texas Bar says he should have his head examined.
Twice does it all over again, so what's the point?
Don Crowder was obsessed with being the best--as a lawyer, family man, and friend. So why did he kill himself?
Using Detailed instructions left by Orson Welles, top film editor Walter Murch has remade "The Best b-Movie ever" -- Welles' Touch of Evil
Michael Capehart finds the going lonely for a yellow-dog Democratin GOP country
With Adore, Billy Corgan has finally made a record as good as he thinks it is
Wishbone's Dallas creator prepares to follow Barney down the PBS path to riches
As the Tenth Street freedmen's town crumbles, its would-be saviors bicker among the ruins
For classicist Pepe Romero, it's feelings, not notes
Dragon slaying with a lot of Heart and even a little soul
Undermain Theatre journeys to Camino Real, a place you can visit, but never leave
You don't take Rick Finlan and Don Venable seriously? That could be a mistake you live to regret.