Kristen Stewart and Garrett Hedlund chat about the film version of On the Road
If the sunny weather is inspiring you to pick up a juicy beach read, we've got the goods. They came neatly packaged in an eight-page complaint filed in Dallas County District Court by socialite and Pamela Martin Duarte, star of Big Rich Texas, Style Network's homage to Lone Star State excess. Duar ... More >>
From the sales pitch that follows after the jumpA few weeks ago I was talking to Office of Economic Development head honcho Karl Zavitkovsky about something unrelated when he mentioned the petition drive aimed at convincing Trader Joe's to open a location at the Lake Highlands Town Center, where ... More >>
Patrick MichelsOld 97's back at the 2010 Musink festival in Fair ParkLest you doubted our note from way, way, way, way back in March -- y'know, that the Old 97's were going to release the second installment of their two-part Grand Theatre release on July 5 -- well, now the folks putting out the r ... More >>
Also: At Broken Gears Project Theatre, Oedipus the King really doesn't want to marry Mom.
Last week, we told you where you could eat well and do good on a budget. This week, it's time to stop being so stingy. The Event: The Annika Experience: Dinner & Golf Outing with Annika Sorenstam The Cause: ANNIKA Foundation The Place: Park Cities Club; Dallas National Golf Club If your pin ... More >>
In mid-April, Larry North filed suit against Henry S. Miller Interests, which is looking to sell Highland Park Village, and Charter Holdings CEO Ray Washburne, who's looking to buy the National Historic Landmark. As we noted back then, the complaint stems from a dispute over a lease extension: North ... More >>
The Modern salutes a free-speech icon
View Larger MapEarlier this year, word was Charter Holdings was all set to buy Highland Park Village from Henry S. Miller Interests, with the sale scheduled to be all packed and gift-wrapped by March. A month later, and Henry S. Miller's still in control of the Village -- though Charter Holdings CEO ... More >>
City council could cost us $20 million by tanking the Merc deal
Why council members love Mr. Hunt so much
South Dallas' history is in danger of being demolished, so why are so few protecting it?
Rock memoirs take us behind the music
Dallas' pent-up lust for exotic foods has finally been met with the opening of Central Market. Will shopping ever be the same? Will our appetites?
The Magnolia Theatre promises to shake up Dallas' indie-film scene
Because it does matter how much a gift costs
Dallas architect Tom Stanley crafted buildings that endure on city skylines across the country, but his fortune and family wouldn't survive their own shaky foundations
Basic Instinct author crawls up Bill Clinton's pants and hangs on tight
Cabaret is Sam Mendes' German Beauty
Check the plane's manifest destiny -- Final Destination ain't on it
Voltaire talks the talk and walks the walk
How greed, incompetence, and allegations of fraud sank Dallas' FoodStar Restaurant Group
Near-death star; Barclay bolts
March 18 - 24, 1999
Wilco's Jeff Tweedy spent years trying to prove he was better than everyone thought. Now, with Summer Teeth, nothing's ever gonna get in his way again.
Henry Rollins is still taking care of business
It's a scary world out there, but someone's gotta keep it under control. Jim Schutze uncovers the secret agony of the Dallas Citizens Council.
A federal magistrate rules that real estate baron Vance Miller says things that "are not true"
Vance Miller lives in a Highland Park mansion, carries weight in the GOP, and parties with high society. He owes you, the taxpayer, $26 million, and he ain't paying.
Bill Simpson is eager to dig up dirt on you. He'll even write down your license plate number if you visit a topless bar. But the self-appointed guardian of Dallas morals doesn't want you to know anything about him.
Unpaid Taxes, missing money, and a bitter business divorce threaten the empire of fitness guru Larry North
Cafe Highland Park brings The Bubble down to earth
Ballet Dallas may finally succumb to years of self-inflicted mediocrity
Filmmaker and scandal-monger Kenneth Anger might be the grandfather of America's tabloid culture