And how he knows so damn much about sports.
As YouTube becomes increasingly wealthy, its stars and the networks that contract with them battle for money and creative control.
Mitt Romney CampaignConcerns have been raised over Mormonism's decision to move to Cleveland. Because, you know, it's Cleveland.Last month evangelical leaders gathered in D.C. for the Values Voter Summit, where disciples of the Pissed-Off Jesus harrumphed and yammered about how much America sucke ... More >>
This time Mel Gibson just plays crazy.
Marcus and Joni LambLate last year, you may recall the excitement surrounding the Christian TV mega-network Daystar, whose co-founder Marcus Lamb announced on the air that he'd had an affair with one of his employees. Three ex-employees, he said, were trying to extort $7.5 million from Lamb and h ... More >>
Justin Bua at 4th Wall Gallery.Even if the name Justin Bua doesn't ring a bell, chances are you've seen New York City-raised artist's work--most notably, his almost ever-present piece "The DJ." It's the image on which Bua made his name as a prominently hip-hop-centric artist, leading the way to his ... More >>
"We're so much more than Dallas the TV show," says a Dallas tourism rep in a story that I swear I read back in 1987. Only, nope, it's from today -- in a Chicago Tribune by way of Kansas City Star piece about how Dallas is still trying to recover from the J.R. Ewing drinking binge that last 13 season ... More >>
Believers say indigo kids are the next wave of evolution. Sort of like X-Men, but without the cool uniforms.
You can't buy a vibrator in Burleson, but there are plenty of dildos
How do we deal with the staggering number of prisoners re-entering society? Ned Rollo thinks he knows. He should. He's been there.
At 32, the USA Film Festival proves it can still play ball
A veteran prosecutor--and famed barbershop quartet member--bows out of office
It is 6:07 p.m. John Albert Burks salutes the Oakland Raiders and says goodbye to his friends. Minutes later, he is a dead man. This year's 21st execution.
A Bush victory in November could mean big bucks for small Dallas entrepreneurs
Former Dallas Cowboy Pat Toomay found it harder to write about the NFL than to play in it