In honor of St. Valentine's Day, we wanted to offer you a list of love songs. But, these aren't the ordinary love songs about boys falling in love with girls, or girls getting their heart broken. The following heavy metal songs represent the madness and chaos of love's firm grip on the human psyche ... More >>
I remember in the sixth grade when we were all arbitrarily assigned instruments to learn. It was hell for broke parents who were now forced to buy or rent instruments they knew were just going to collect dust in a broom closet. And it was hell for us kids, as when you are a young boy, everything aro ... More >>
So today the daily newspaper tells me my cell phone is the portal through which Texas is being subjected to a massive text-message spam and phone-call phishing attack. You think? Because that would explain the endless text messages I have received in recent weeks informing me that my pay-day loan ... More >>
In an exercise in states' rights fetishization, the Texas Legislature tasked Attorney General Greg Abbott with figuring out whether international organizations are usurping Lone Star sovereignty. If you'll recall, there was an ugly scene leading up to the 2012 presidential election, wherein Abbott, ... More >>
Zebra mussels, the innocuously named but virulent mollusk, were first discovered domestically in the Great Lakes back in the late 1980's, having spread westward from their native Eastern Europe and hitched a ride in the ballast of U.S.-bound ships. Since then, they have spread through the nation's w ... More >>
Alex Nham travels the globe, mainly the part with Dallas on it, in search of new places to eat breakfast. I wasn't in search of anything particular to eat this week; the days were long and I just wanted some eggs and fat. I could have gone to some diner down the street to quell my urges with some b ... More >>
A few weeks back, when Guy Fieri and the Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives crew stencil-painted the metroplex, tracking their movements was sort of like tracking a spiky-haired, loud-mouthed Santa. But when I heard they filmed an episode at a spot that I've driven by no less than 100 times and never once ... More >>
DJ Cyberina FluxWhen it comes to the ups and downs of Dallas' electronic music scene, DJ Cyberina Flux, host of KNON-89.3 FM's "Rocket Radio," has seen it all. Her industrial/gothic/electronica show has graced the KNON airwaves every Friday from midnight until 4 a.m. for a decade now. And, hey ... More >>
"Hey, are they happy we got rid of the rye bread?," Jack in the Box's mascot asks a fictional focus group leader in a recent commercial for the chain's new pastrami sandwich. "Totally," the researcher assures him. Customers may be pleased with Jack in the Box's decision to simplify its ingr ... More >>
Ok, just one bite.With so many restaurants now doing their own pickling, there's a great opportunity for fruits and vegetables besides cucumbers, onions and carrots to enter the favorite pickle pantheon. We present here five terrific pickles that surely deserve a spot in the nation's culinary mai ... More >>
You're sitting in a place and time thinking it could never get more interesting.Recall, for example, the start-up dating service for good-looking people only. Can't remember the name, but they evaluated your photo and decided whether or not you could join. The idea seems mean-spirited, but in the ... More >>
About three months back we noted the Department of Justice's revelation that three hackers had managed to sneak into Dallas-based Dave & Buster's credit-card system and sneak out with customers' credit card numbers, expiration dates and security codes. Which was bad enough. Turns out, the internatio ... More >>
Midnight Drifter (Ravenkaw)
Folks who visited a Dave & Buster's in '07 might want to take note: Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Justice revealed that during a five-month period last year, hackers got into the Dallas-based fun-and-games chain's database and swiped customers' credit card numbers, expiration dates and security ... More >>
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Not exactly a threatening title for a video game ... MumboJumbo, the Dallas-based maker of "premium casual games," last month announced it had gotten the go-head to turn NBC's comedy The Office into a video game. Today the company has a little more news it'd like to share: It has bought out, get th ... More >>
Charles Hatley's not giving up on his quest to join the U.S. Olympic boxing team. Here's what you need to know about Charles Hatley: The dude's got a punch named after him. It's a step back cross to the chin, says here. Ever since that story came out, we've been watching Hatley and his quest to make ... More >>
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