Editor's Note: Our nightlife columnist, Deb Doing Dallas, wrote about this year's State Fair Classic, a longstanding Fair tradition at least as much about the pageantry and the marching bands in particular as it is about the actual football game played between Louisana's Grambling State University a ... More >>
Well people, this is not a drill. We are in a full-fledged government shutdown, for the first time in 17 years. Have you noticed how people keep saying that like 17 years is a really long time? Seventeen-year-old people were born in 1996. Think about that, lamestream media. We were doing the Macaren ... More >>
Yung Nation, A.Dd , Mathew Clay, Lil Ronny MothaF, -topic, Dustin Cavazos, Bobby Sessions Trees Saturday, December 29 Before 2013 hits, the community came together to finish out the year with a strong local lineup. It felt like a celebration of what we've accomplished together this year, and of wha ... More >>
It is upon us: Fair season. Thirty days of fried food, weird crafts, blue-ribbon jams and petting zoos. The people watching, square dancing and pig racing are in full bloom in Fair Park, but as we hit October, Dallas will also prep for two of the biggest college football weekends our little village ... More >>
Texas-OU is great and all, but what about the Cotton Bowl's other 51 Saturdays a year?
Or just enjoy a traditional Japanese Otsukimi
For Dallas, for the city council, for now, this was good
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Erykah Badu emerges from nowhere with a record deal and vast ambition