It looks like Okon Metals, a fourth-generation-owned scrap recycling company, may have found safe haven after all. If nothing else, at least Okon's proposed move to a site even more isolated than its current address on an island between downtown and the river will put it out of the prying eyes of Th ... More >>
Urban Explorers are ignoring history and unearthing real nature in Dallas. Now it's your turn to follow the trail they've blazed.
Last June, Angela Hunt and Scott Griggs went to the Trinity River Overlook and gazed down at the empty floodplain below. Wouldn't it be nice, they thought, if there was a network of trails down there that came up and over the levee and connected with all of Dallas' other trails. It was a thought, b ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *If Bill Parcells fit too snug and Wade Phillips was a size too loose, Jason Garrett fits juuuuust right. *Maybe I'm naive and gullible and biased in favor of Garrett, but until otherwise I'm ... More >>
Ah, Independence Day. Nothing quite says "celebrate America" like the combination of barbecue, explosives, martial music and getting wasted. So here's a list...(riiiiiip sound of needle being dragged across vinyl record). OK, wait right there. Earlier this week City of Ater Alice Laussade was in ... More >>
How powerful can a woman be when she's dangling by a leg and touching her "teaser"?
One mans attempt at slow food living in the Dallas metroplex
Lee Trull For a freelance actor-writer, being hired for the new resident company at Dallas Theater Center is like being called up from the minors to the big leagues. And for all-around utility player Lee Trull, it also means being the first Dallas actor to be named to the nine-member troupe. DTC to ... More >>
A movie star in the closet? An invisible baby? How absurd!
Catch Dr. Dolittle in Garland
Twain's classic comes to Richland
Mark Twain takes you down Big River
Ain't missin' this
How do white people learn what to think about race? It's best not to think about it.
Mason Jennings spent a decade chasing a dream. Now he's finally waking up.
Politics and mismanagement closed the books on the city's anti-gang program, but try telling this South Dallas fixture the problem's solved
Souvenirs (Oh Boy Records)
Willis Alan Ramsey's cult keeps growing, 28 years after cutting his first--and final?--record
Swine Among Pearls, Speaking of Whining, Slave to Soccer
Neil Jordan shows us a childhood both deeply Irish and truly deranged
Harry Dean Stanton sings--but then, he always has
As a teenage junkie in The Basketball Diaries, Leonardo DiCaprio joins an elite corps of true screen actors
Interview with the Vampire and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein try to invigorate the horror genre