Federal Reserve Bank of DallasSeveral Friends of Unfair Park, including a grumpy one below, have asked if we'll make mention of Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Fisher's speech given in Midland yesterday. Sure, absolutely, happy to. Because, first, I'm ... More >>
As I write this my farewell post, I keep hearing in my head the lyrics to a song from the Marx Brothers classic film Animal Crackers: "Hello, I must be going/ I cannot stay, I came to say/I must be going." Similar to Groucho's character, Captain Spaulding, it seems as though I just said hello, ju ... More >>
A real hole in the wall.Sure, I love the high life. But I'm kind of a sucker for the hole-in-the-wall, too. In fact, it's really just the middling places--the Golden Corral's of the world--that bug me. It's the Groucho Marx effect.You know: "I refuse to join any club that would have me as a membe ... More >>
Local artist Robin Ann Walker's painting -- which, I believe, is titled Skyscape -- will hang in a Ritz-Carlton suite. I am officially fascinated (right on the arm, said Groucho Marx). I've always wondered about folks who paint hotel-room art, and this morning I've discovered one -- who lives right ... More >>
While we're no doubt going to love the Wyly Theare, we're still partial to Wile E. Coyote. If you're ever incredibly bored -- and, let's face it, if you're here it ain't because you're living the James Bond lifestyle -- you can go here and check up on construction at the Dallas Center for the Perfor ... More >>
The loudest, boldest comic actor around takes an endless victory lap
To quote Groucho Marx: Whatever it is, I'm against it. Certainly that's the God's honest when it comes to this big-screen version of Dallas, which will star Robert Davi as J.R. Ewing, Costas Mandylor as his younger brother Bobby, Shannon Tweed as Sue Ellen and Katey Segal as Pam. (What, that's not r ... More >>
Odd, colorful Dainty Shapes at The MAC; An Inspector Calls at WaterTower Theatre
Freaks and Geeks, now on DVD, made TV a better place
Between The Rock and a hard place, The Rundown isn't so bad
It's a sure bet with Marx
Believe it or not, it's 2003 in Highland Park, too
KERA salutes movies and raises money with Tour of Taste
Eddie Murphy plays Daddy, once more, and it becomes him
What's up with these members-only clubs?
At SXSW, it's all about the buzz, not the Buzz Band
For 10 years, Joe Strummer made little noise. Finally, the Clash front man returns with a record he can call his own.
Bruce Campbell knows why bad movies happen to great actors
Couples subject themselves to speed, pressure, public exposure--and enjoy it
Every egg matters; The little ingrates; Groucho does Iowa; Conan's feminine side; Salt in the wounds
Paul Wesolowski knows the secret word: Groucho
With Mock Tudor, Richard Thompson proves you can go home again
Naked and proud and stupid -- meet the new Woodstock
What's Not To Like?
Marilyn Manson saved himself from a life of decadence. Now he thinks he can save rock and roll.
Confusion reigns at the Dallas NAACP, while its national leader and John Wiley Price feud
Everyone Says I Love You offers a New York where everyone sings show tunes
Queen Margot and The Madness of King George explore the dark side of royalty
Fog City Diner endures a few rocky opening weeks, but promises great things to come