Will anti-evolutionists be able to adapt and survive in a new textbook market?
If you're anything like me, you've spent the last two months going to a lot of weddings, either alone or with your significant other. And although we typically don't enjoy sitting in a church and staring at comb-overs, there are two things provided at weddings we can all agree on: food and alcohol. ... More >>
Just as God led Moses to Mount Sinai to receive the Ten Commandments, so He led Faith Christian Center pastor Gene Lingerfelt to 6900 U.S. Highway 287 in Arlington, Texas, to become the bearer of His Word. As befits the digital age, He has swapped stone tablets for Twitter and timeless maxims with s ... More >>
What should we make of radiant Lincoln and blubbering Private Ryan?
Kennedy assassination author and conspiracist Robert Groden says the city's out to get him. He may be right.
Photos by Patrick MichelsThe Professional Convention Management Association closed out its national gathering at the Dallas Convention Center this afternoon with a slick keynote luncheon that telegraphed to the hundreds of event planners: Watch closely, this is how it's done.The food presentation, s ... More >>
Paula BosseHere we go again -- though, perhaps, for the final time.Unfair Park has learned that this week, Glazer's Distributors and Colby Properties, the owners of 508 Park Avenue downtown, filed with the city a certificate of demolition that would allow for the razing of the former Warner Bros. ... More >>
The city's effort to clean up downtown could cost us important parts of history.
The waiters chatter. Too bad the food doesn't exactly sing.
See Lincolnesque in Fort Worth
Jupiter aligns with Mars and Hair returns in all its flaxen, waxen glory
Live 8 makes some noise. Hopefully, eight world leaders were listening.
Why can't they make Texas food outside Texas?
The dynamic duo of storytelling
These Generals frequently speak the name of the Lord, but is it in vain?
Bruckheimer's latest speaks loudly about race, but says nothing
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Tarrant County Sheriff David Williams lusts for helicopters, Chevy Tahoes, and machine guns, but in the hands of used car parts baron Ed Max, Williams is the ultimate cop toy