Over at Dd, our boy Sam Machkovech has gotten a scoop on a story (and don't even think about not crediting that guy or he'll totally kick your ass) that will surely shake the core of a Deep Ellum that has been slowly but surely climbing out of a slump. Club Clearview is done. Kaput. Over. It doesn't ... More >>
No camera, but lights and action were the top subjects at a grassroots meeting meant to revitalize Deep Ellum
One year down and hundreds more angry letters to go
If you haven't already, read the first item in this week's And Another Thing column. It recaps the up-to-now of the story about the Curtain Club, Salim Nourallah and a cow from the mid-cities (really) that led to this Tuesday-morning voicemail from local booking agent Doug Simmons, and the MP3 means ... More >>
In this corner: Salim Nourallah. In the other corner: Doug Simmons. Let's roll!
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Local music police welcome a new chief
Jeffrey Yarbrough splits from club business
We'll try to write something good
Friends and family say farewell to Tripping Daisy guitarist Wes Berggren
First Friday celebrates its paper anniversary with a name change
Dallas' hip-hop scene is more vital than ever, but you'd never know it: no clubs, no radio, no major-label deals. But the musicians, some of this city's best, refuse to give up.
Darlington does the twist
Local favorite emerges from the commercial doldrums