Local metal trio Baring Teeth have a few great shows coming up, including one at Tapatio Studios tomorrow, with Gaza, Code Orange Kids and Full of Hell. We talked to guitarist/vocalist Andrew Wiggins about his musical firsts. What did you own first, a cassette or a CD? Regardless of the format, wh ... More >>
New plays feel long and come up short on ideas at ongoing FIT fest.
Patrick MichelsA pro-Palestine rally at Dealey Plaza on Friday afternoon ended with a march to Memorial Park, a show of solidarity with activists trying to break Israel's blockade of Gaza. You'll find more photos in our slide show. The long war over Gaza played out in miniature down at Dealey Plaza ... More >>
Jackson Browne comes Here in August.The line that connects dots as seemingly disparate as Nico, The Eagles and Spiccoli makes its way to Grand Prairie this summer as singer-songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne makes a North Texas stop on his world tour with collaborator David ... More >>
Sam MertenPrior to his gig tonight at the Granada, Kinky Friedman made a campaign stop at Urban Dog Coffee as he continues his bid for the Democratic nomination for agriculture commissioner. Given his close relationship with gubernatorial candidate Farouk Shami, who had five key campaign aide ... More >>
Roger Kallenberg and Diane Baker of the Dallas Peace CenterOn Tuesday, the Egyptian foreign ministry warned activists planning to march across its border into Gaza to mark the anniversary of last year's conflict that they'll be "dealt with by the law." But that isn't stopping Roger Kallenberg ... More >>
Mike MazuloNoor Elashi is the 23-year-old daughter of Holy Land Foundation co-founder Ghassan Elashi, who found out only today that he will be sentenced in May following his conviction last November; he's looking at 15 years to life in prison, after having been among those convicted of donating to H ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Thursday, January 8, 2009... The alleged final version of Eminem's Dr. Dre-produced, "Crack a Bottle" has hit the world wide interweb. It features Fitty and Dre, each contributing a verse. The reclusive rapper even takes a jab at himself in reference ... More >>
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Morning News reports of a charity's ties to terrorism spur Muslim protests
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Crippled children are the latest fund-raising ticket for a controversial Palestinian foundation