"Once, when I was a teen, I had a mom who had a mom who had a mom..." Cory Patrick Coleman has a part time gig that he landed a few months ago working for J.C. Penney retouching photos, a job that he shares with King Bucks musician Joe Butcher. Before that, he had a string of jobs, including workin ... More >>
Welcome to Local Music 'Mericans, where we get to know the people behind the scenes in Dallas/Fort Worth music. Jason Whitbeck's come a long way since his earliest days in Deep Ellum, as a street rep slinging free Camel cigarettes. He's become quite a successful video director, shooting for notable ... More >>
It was less than a month ago the city council's Economic Development Committee went behind closed doors with, among others, Office of Economic Development Director Karl Zavitkovsky to discuss what the what to do with Southwest Center Mall. They confabbed for more than an hour and emerged without ... More >>
What's not to like about the best tight end in Cowboys history?
Need proof that beauty's only skin-deep? Visit The Beautiful Room.
Theatre Three throws a Wild Party that's short on thrills, including the orgy
Maggie Gyllenhaal's a naughty Secretary, but not quite naughty enough
Enron's collapse may have been engineered from the top, but low-level employees played parts, too
For a growing number of Texas kids with mental illnesses, the only place to get help is behind bars.
Minister James Simmons says he awoke from a coma one day to find himself a gay amnesiac. Some of his Dallas parishioners aren't buying it.
Businessman Jim Blythe lends a hand in the wrong places, employees say
Despite regional rivalries and hard times, the Fall Gallery Walk has picked up its pace
Sixties social theory meets the building trade at Dallas contractor TDIndustries -- and it works
It's a scary world out there, but someone's gotta keep it under control. Jim Schutze uncovers the secret agony of the Dallas Citizens Council.
A Dallas artist can't understand how his statuette of a freed slave ended up as a public monument--in Barbados
For burglar Carnell Johnson, willing fences, indifferent neighbors, and friendly dogs ame for an easy living
Work got you down? Why not bring some art into your business?
American Airlines refuses to let a threat from the religious right steer the company off its gay-friendly course
Dallas oncologist Dennis Birenbaum claims he's been given a bad rap by the state and media. Now he's going to make them pay.
Marilu Dennis lived in Lakewood for 36 years. One hot July day, she died alone in her home. For 15 months, the grass grew. The mail piled up. The bills went unpaid. Nobody saw Marilu. Nobody noticed
Tom Faulkner explores his musical horizons
Texas Industries wants permission to burn 270,000 tons of hazardous waste each year at a concrete plant 30 miles from Dallas. That would make it the nation's largest incinerator of toxic waste. Despite stunning ignorance about what this will do to your he
Frank Mitchell thought he was a made man in the all-powerful 'family' that controls professional golf. Then the PGA Tour shoved him out into the cold.
In the old neighborhood, Joe Lee Calloway played dominoes and hung out with his buddies. Until a Grand Prairie cop killed him right there
Arlington Museum of Art offers a suburban haven for contemporary art
The nation's hottest preacher brings his message to Dallas
Making a buck off Internet neophytes
Deep Ellum eccentric Ed Zabel revels in gargoyles, brooms, and bondage.
Blesses are the Cheeseheads - even if they didn't make it to the Super Bowl
Though The American President flounders, a radiant Annette Bening makes it worth watching
It took a tender Texan to get the Cleveland Indians into the World Series