And the government that looks the other way.
Back in July, the Irving-based Boy Scouts of America reiterated that it won't be having any openly gay folks in its organization. Now, they've lost another corporate sponsor as a result of that policy, the American Independent reports. The Merck Foundation issued a press release on December 5, say ... More >>
Alan Palomo and the NBC logo.No, James T. Fallon did not join Neon Indian for their performance on his Late Night with Jimmy Fallon show last night. But he did geek out on them. Yes, again.This time, Fallon's mind was blown by the band's new PAL 198X synth, which he gave a nice plug before introd ... More >>
The last time we saw the Black Eyed Peas, they were offering up the sensory violation that composed their performance at the Super Bowl halftime show a couple of months ago. Their massive lights so bounced off the snow, I could see it from Denton.Yet another example of the Peas placing style over su ... More >>
The Federal Communications Commission's throwing a four-hour shindig at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh today -- and you're invited, virtually, via the FCC's audio-video homepage. The get-down starts at 3 p.m. Dallas time, and it should be intriguing: The subject matter's "Broadband and the ... More >>
In his debut novel, Plano's Stefan Merrill Block makes peace with a family curse
He claims to have invented e-mail. He holds a world skydiving record. But his current invention promises to top them all
In Dubai, they ski inside. Which seems totally natural. You can Ski Dubai. Might as well be able to ski Fort Worth. About a year ago, we mentioned that Jeff Green, the chief executive of Bearfire Group, was looking to build somewhere in Dallas the mammoth CoolZone Winterplex, where it'd be winter al ... More >>
Movie mogul taps into his inner child
How far can a video-game champ go? Ask Matt Leto.
Get yourself--and Congress--ready for the next wave of absurd anti-file-sharing tactics
At the annual South by Southwest music festival, it's the singer, not the song
Move over Mr. Gutenberg -- Dallas Internet entrepeneur Patrick Seaman is hunting for the "killer app" to create the next revolution in publishing
Democratic media whiz Mark McKinnon left partisan politics behind until George W. Bush swept him off his feet
Not even God provided for the unpaid employees of a Christianity-based marketing firm
A shortage of American engineers and programmers spells boom times for brokers who peddle skilled foreign workers at bargain prices. Is it exploitation, or just good business?
Ross Perot Jr. is pushing 40, and still trying to slip from his father's shadow. He's built Alliance Airport, bought the Mavericks, and is trying to ramrod a new arena. But he isn't a pit bull like his old man. That's where Frank Zaccanelli comes in.
Ohm taps the roots of cosmic rock