Well look at that, the weekend came and went without a single supercell tornado in sight. If you let the old Texas weather fearmongering song and dance get to you, and spent the weekend in the fetal position in your bathtub, waiting for the end of days-- you missed out on what was probably the nices ... More >>
Mitt Romney’s years at Bain Capital represent everything you hate about capitalism.
If you're familiar with chaos theory, which in its basic form is the attempt to find patterns in the random acts of shit on Earth, then you may understand the difficulty that comes with describing a full day at SXSW. To break down the chaos, Village Voice Media's roving music editors have selected t ... More >>
I've still got a few of the work-week rock-and-roll adioses stashed away, and guess I'd better use 'em or lose 'em between now and the next week or so. So let's start with this -- a bootleg officially known as The Bone Collection, featuring 42(ish) covers performed by Slobberbone and, in a few in ... More >>
Roger Simpson and Jill InforzatoHula Hotties Bakery and Café is shaking off the last vestiges of its Hawaiian theme. As first reported by the Oak Cliff Advocate, the tiny eatery plans to reopen on March 29 as an Italian restaurant. The transformation marks the end of a gradual evolution, ow ... More >>
Charlie ParrSad to say I've never had the pleasure of attending a gig at Denton's Hydrant Café, but tonight's bill at the little eatery just off the square might warrant the trip northward.Headlining country bluesman Charlie Parr has a story almost as good as his music: The 40-year-old from Dulu ... More >>
Thursday, July 9, at The Loft
It's soooo close, but yet...
She couldn't be the reason...right? With Van Halen scheduled to return to town for the second time in three months a week from today, we figured we'd pass along this juicy tidbit: The two legs just before the March 3 performance at American Airlines Center (in Charlottesville, Va., and Duluth, Ga., ... More >>
The elusive Dylan, masterfully considered, in I'm Not There
Thursday, October 4, at the Palladium
Jack Farr's performance-car playground redefines the country club
Enron's collapse may have been engineered from the top, but low-level employees played parts, too
Trees closes its doors...for a while
Low hopes its slow-and-depressing label was one thing Lost in the Fire
Dirty tricks or no, Teamsters say they won't stop their efforts to organize at Saia trucking
New York-based Edison Schools flunked out with trying to privatize Sherman's public schools. Why should things be any different in Dallas?
Long before the Texas Rangers, major-league baseball was played in Dallas by a minor-league team called the Dallas Eagles
Out among the fiberglass elephants, Putt-Putt pro Jeffery Smith searches for his zone
And, yes, you can travel on your stomach--if it's iron-plated