Punk rock has been a part of cinema ever since the music was created in places like Los Angeles, New York and London in the mid to late '70s. Aside from the music, either live or on record, the big screen provided another medium to convey what punk truly stands for: not giving a fuck what anyone els ... More >>
Yesterday, an announcement was made that The Toadies major label debut, Rubberneck, will be reissued in April on Kirtland Records. Remastered for CD and vinyl with five unreleased bonus tracks, this is obviously a pretty big deal for longtime fans of the band. The band will head out on an anniversar ... More >>
Schools ignore gay bullying at their own peril
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we get to know the people behind the scenes in Dallas/Fort Worth music. Drue Mitchell has worked for 97.1 KEGL in promotions, as on-air jock at (old frequency) 94.5 KDGE and 89.7 KVRK, and now does television for a Christian music network in Los Angele ... More >>
â€‹Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *The combo of weather and injuries and chicken shits is diminishing NBA All-Star Weekend. No Kobe Bryant. No Allen Iverson. No LeBron James in the dunk contest. Silver lining: Mavs' icon Dirk Nowit ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of you're rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *If you saw the abortion that was Joe Buck Live on HBO Monday night, know this: It could have been much worse. How's that? Guess who Buck begged and pleaded to have on his virginal voyage? That's ri ... More >>
Speedy Gonzales good; deuces bad
"As heard on the Howard Stern show." Jesus, ya think? And, yes, this is Kiki Curry with her new best friend. Hi, mom. Somebody named Kiki Curry left me a voicemail here at the office late Friday night. "Have I got a story for you!" she cooed, leaving a callback number and then hanging up abruptly. N ... More >>
Caution: Knee jerks hopping off Mavs' bandwagon
The bod couple: Al Goldstein and Josh Alan Friedman were feted at The Lodge last night. That, my friends, is how you know you've made it. Wanna know how to keep from winding up homeless and sleeping on the floor of a deli? "Pay attention to the Internet." That was among the more practical pearls of ... More >>
When watching sports, is God a passive observer or a meddler?
Protocols of Zion takes a hard look at those who fear Jews
Musician Christy Darlington could have—and perhaps should have—quit years ago. So why didn't he?
Big Daddy's Grill House is good, but bring a defibrillator
Rock memoirs take us behind the music
Singing it loud and proud at WaterTower; Echo trio tries red-hot political comedy
Mike Young and Hank Blalock
Cabin Fever revisits the gore flick, with obvious results
Brad Pitt gets animated in a movie that's not--not really
Antwone Fisher would surely make a great role model, says Antwone Fisher
Drowning Pool loses a singer, Dallas loses a star
Tim Burton monkeys around with an icon, but is it evolution?
Without apology, Bob Crane's son shows the world Hogan's privates
Duets explores the world of karaoke singing, and rather sweetly at that
Hosts at The Ticket say it's only a game when they play the race card
Why is multimillionaire Scott Ginsburg building one of the world's most expensive restaurants in Dallas? Because he can.
Or: Learning about pot-smoking, gas-passing presidents can be fun!
June 18 - 24, 1998
Mitchell Froom provided the sonic boom behind some of the '90s' best records
Rodman TV biopic is as Bad as it can be
Holly Mullen meets Dunham and Miller, the radio jocks whose sports talk show leaves Dallas women panting for more
When Houston's 1st Amendment rights were threatened, a bus full of female porn stars came bouncing to the rescue
Ex-Killbilly member Richard Hunter runs for Fort Worth office--no, seriously
Stop freaking out-- Tablet's deeper than you think
Jeeter Lester lives and leers on in Theatre Three's over-the-top Tobacco Road
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
Dre and Snoop Dogg, the boys who cried wolf, cancel yet another Dallas show
Bounty-club founder rests on fame and fortune while waiting for someone to pull the trigger
Branford Marsalis does the 'unspeakable' once more
Letterman's hijacking of the Oscars reveals his limitations