So let's get this straight: right when it's starting to resemble something akin to a real Texas summer, with some triple-digit temperatures in the forecast, we start hearing about a polar vortex? Well, anything's possible. And with the World Cup drawing to a close this weekend, we might all be teete ... More >>
You with the Instagram camera. Taco Bell is looking at you. The latest idea that came down from the YUM brand Olympus: In the style of the Arlington-born Super Chix, KFC's anti-Chick-Fil-A spot, Taco Bell will launch a hip, Instagrammy restaurant called U.S. Taco Co and Urban Taproom. Basically, i ... More >>
The news reports don't say why Mesquite's Steve Johnston was in California. On vacation, one presumes, doing some deep-sea fishing. In any case, he and a crew from the Outdoor Channel's The Professionals chartered a boat out of Huntington Beach and went hunting for mako sharks. The trip was a succe ... More >>
Neo-Nazis, burritos and the tortilla-wrapped destiny of SB 1070.
Pyromania found their drummer, apparently. A heavy metal feud is brewing between California and Dallas. Seems Southern California's Def Leppard tribute band is pretty pissed off at Dallas' Def Leppard tribute band, according to Spinner and NME. Perusing the Huntington Beach-based Leppard tribute ... More >>
Tongue untied: tracking the history of pachucos, from Mexico to East L.A., via El Paso
Ice cream and swimming while clothed—is there a connection? Probably.
hellogoodbye HOBs into Dallas
That's you, Kyle Rowe, former president of the Dallas-based brokerage Salomon Grey Financial Corp. According to this piece yesterday, the securities industry's self-regulatory arm known as the National Association of Securities Dealers (or NASD) got nasty and not only expelled Salomon Grey on Thursd ... More >>
Bryce Avary explores the other side of The Rocket Summer
It's better to come to BJ's with a thirst than an appetite
XPO Gold! gives its vocalists a chance to shine
The Dallas City Council is about to mark itself for life with its vote on the Palladium deal
From punk to rock to country, Alejandro Escovedo has weathered the push and pull of family and music
How skateboarder and surfer dude Tracy Feith wheeled out of Dallas to become the latest, hottest thing in haute couture
The acclaimed rock-video director has made one of the year's oddest, funniest films. So why is he scared of his own shadow?
Kevin Elster was through with baseball once, but it was not finished with him
William Morgan says he's just an innocent document dealer snared in a campaign finance scandal. And if you believe that, he has some old railroad bonds he wants to sell you.
From a tiny food counter in South Dallas, Delvin Gray struggles to change the world