Why Central American kids are flooding Texas, and what it means in Dallas.
Sarah Buchanan's mother grizzly was showing. On her Highland Park block, in which the large branches of trees provided some relief from the 100-degree day, her son and his friends had set up a lemonade stand in front of her house. Two doors down was the home of Judge Clay Jenkins, who has made headl ... More >>
Shakespeare Dallas updates the look but not the language (or length) of Macbeth.
Yaser Khalaf, owner of Medina and Baboush in the West Village, traveled throughout the Middle East and Europe as a child. Then in college, he traversed America, Route 66-style, in a van in which he literally blew the engine. His life-long passion for food, culture and people helped mold him into a s ... More >>
Roger Emrich: New 'Boys VoiceWhile the Cowboys cut familiar faces in an attempt to reshape their team on the field, the organization has also decided to give its stadium an audio makeover. Out as Cowboys Stadium public address announcer is Jody Dean, to be replaced by local award-wi ... More >>
Michael KahnDallas Opera's Romeo & Juliet opens tonight at the Winspear. Staging the piece by Charles Gounod (sung in French with English supertitles) is Michael Kahn, the highly respected Shakespeare expert from the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., where he's brought the work ... More >>
If nothing else, Michael Cera is cooler than Danny Masterson, right?After announcing last week the addition of another 135 bands to its bill, you'd think the folks up at Denton's 35 Conferette might need a breather -- or, I dunno, maybe some time to focus on the actual logistics of the fest, sinc ... More >>
Big things happening today in the world of 35 Conferette -- bigger news, even, than the fact that the-festival-formerly-known-as-North-by-35 now has an actual website to call its own (!). Bigger, too, than the really awesome web teaser/advertisement that the fest's organizers have created to promote ... More >>
Fairy tales can come true. Why, they can even win you an award from Dallas' less-than-vigilant press club.
Is FC Dallas star Carlos Ruiz ready to change, or is he telling a whopper?
Suspension bridge of disbelief
When the world is falling to pieces, emergency doctor Paul Pepe makes order from chaos
Murderball, a doc about quad rugby players, absolutely kills
Awash in oil, the Spanish victims of a tanker disaster seek justice from a Texas company
Buzzcocks still kick ace, in case you've forgotten
After 25 years in Dallas' restaurant jungle, Stephan Pyles has come out respected and rich. How does he stay so clean?
Photographer Ann Stautberg walks the razor's edge of a good regional artist
Sure, Troy can throw a ball, but can he shoot an ion cannon?
From his seat on Oprah, Dallas' Dr. Phil McGraw reigns as the king of quick fixes for troubled relationships. But what about his own?
The city's ordinance governing topless clubs is a joke. But Bachman Lake-area residents are determined to get rid of the clubs by any means necessary.
Dawn Rizos never wanted to get in the gentleman's club business. When she did, she tried to dress it up as best she could
Roy Tarpley was once the NBA's best--till he stumbled and took the Mavericks down with him
The improbable rise of blues rulebreaker Robert Ealey
Gryphon Players cut through the Greek in Euripides' Electra
Richard Fullington is trying to make a fortune in a slimy business
In the Ultimate Fighting Championship, the biggest rule is survival of the fiercest
Tarpley battles demons, boards--and Barney the dinosaur