Clint Eastwood's inspired take on the original G-man.
Wingspan's Earnest is mild Wilde.
That's the full title of the latest JWP protest being staged by the National Black United Front, not to be confused with the Judean People's Front or the Popular Front of Judea, who will return to the Pan-African Connection Bookstore across the street from Fair Park, scene of last month's overhea ... More >>
Yesterday's "Justice for John" event at the St. Luke "Community" United Methodist Church was all kinds of things: a rally in support of Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price, who entered to chants of "John! John! John!" before taking his seat near the back; a fund-raiser for his legal defen ... More >>
Justin TerveenJuly Alley at Sunset, taken this weekThanks to Larry James, I just spent the better part of an hour getting better acquainted with the 8-year-old Process Access Dallas, a coalition of thousands of physicians and more than a dozen hospitals -- and many, many more working under the au ... More >>
The DSO takes on Disney classics
The Good Negro bares roots of a movement; in Oak Cliff, a bumpy ride in Leonard's Car; Mummy dearest for tweens
Big hand for Quad C's puppet Rocky Horror; DTC marries into the myths of Wife
What's up with the Pokes? Anyone? Anyone?
Director Samuel Fuller is one of The Men Who Made the Movies
Bobby Frank Cherry is one of the most notorious racist killers in American history. To Tom Cherry, he was just "Dad."
Novelist James Ellroy reshapes America's ugly history in his own image
In 1946, a serial killer haunted sleepy Texarkana, stalking his victims under the cover of night. Investigators wonder if he died decades later in a Dallas rest home--or simply disappeared.
The Deep Ellum Film Festival returns, suffering from the Terrific Twos
Jim Marrs believes that Kennedy was murdered as part of a vast conspiracy, that aliens vist us regularly, and that the Trialateral Commission controls our governement. So, what if he's right?
Bombing suspect Bobby Frank Cherry's sordid past trailed him to the shores of Cedar Creek Lake
Thirty-five years ago, Jesse Curry was Dallas' respected, popular police chief. Then Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald, and Curry became just one more victim of the Kennedy assassination.
John Wiley Price, the man who once toted a bullhorn in protests outside Mayor Ron Kirk's home, learns that it helps to have friends in high places
Faint praise isn't damnation enough for Damn Yankees
A mix of bitter biography and film history, From the Journals of Jean Seberg takes on Hollywood
Jeeter Lester lives and leers on in Theatre Three's over-the-top Tobacco Road
Two Richards--Nixon and Lancaster--plus one Oliver--prove that power corrupts absolutely