Back in late August we mentioned that the city had hired a search firm to find a permanent (well, you know what I mean) director of the Dallas Public Library System. Corinne Hill's been serving as interim director since Laurie Evans retired in June 2010, and by all accounts she's done a bang-up j ... More >>
I know the Texas Rangers swept the previously mighty Boston Red Sox and we're all atwitter about the American League West division race heading into August ... September ... maybe even October? But what if baseball were governed according to, say, European football standards? You know, the top ... More >>
When we brought to your attention an item on eBay selling ceramic tiles of Mayor Tom Leppert, who's described in the ad as "perhaps one of our greatest United States leaders," our hope was to hear back from the seller so we could find out how Leppert caught the eye of someone living in Fort Myers, ... More >>
The Grand Prairie AirHogs are willing to do whatever it takes to make you a fan. And that includes win.
1988-2008: Two Decades of DOMA
Cowboys quarterback of the future closer to being out on the street
When SMU alum Astronautalis stopped rap-battling, he finally figured out how to win
Under the Reverend Michael Piazza, the world's largest gay and lesbian church soared, only to tumble into divisiveness and anger
How Mary Kay got its groove back
Far away from big cities, big stadiums and big offensive lines, six-man football keeps the game pure
Plus: Sack of Kittens, Trade Bait
Railroaded onto death row, Kerry Max Cook endures rapes, beatings, and suicide attempts while waiting for justice
A Dallas chef beats it out of town ahead of bill collectors
Mentally ill Texans used to go to hospitals. Now, increasing numbers of them go to prison instead.
Michael Piazza wants his proposed $20 million cathedral to send a message to the world -- gays can go to heaven too
Marilyn Manson's Long Hard Road Out of Hell is paved with one journalist's bad intentions
Cowboys QB Jason Garrett doesn't deserve to be a backup all his life
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.
The enigmatic "Mr. Sha" brought black Dallas a vision of a prep school but it's a dream he's sold before
Chicken king Bo Pilgrim wants to bring a new plant and new jobs to East Texas. But East Texans say they want no more of his filthy business.
There's too much static when Boyz and writers get on the party line