It's hard to believe how "cutting edge" Club Clearview (R.I.P.) was striving to be in the early 1990s. Because plopping down $80,000 for a virtual reality machine and a re-model in the middle of a recession? That sure seems like a bold move on the part of then-Clearview owners Jeff Swaney and Je ... More >>
Apparently, John Wiley Price was talking about the Knights of Pythias Temple today on KNON. Great minds, hunh? So, a Friend of Unfair Park was doing some Interwebs browsing today came across a piece from the Dallas Business Journal in 1996, wherein Dallas developers Cliff Booth and Randy Moses of So ... More >>
Reports of Deep Ellum's death are exaggerated, but not by much
Jeff Swaney celebrates 20 years of Club Clearview by spilling somedirt
To Deep Ellum's problems, add this: an underground raging river of poop
Jeffrey Yarbrough splits from club business
Village strokes; Mixed hash
Deep Ellum developer Lou Reese bilked a savings and loan, bled his creditors, and walked away from federal prision a rich man. Bragging about it was is one big mistake.
Published January 20, 1999
Russell Hobbs is born-again as a club owner
Jeff Swaney and Delphi Group are encouraging people to "take a walk on the fun side" of Deep Ellum
The Deep Ellum Center for the Arts is celebrating its first year. If it can't figure out what it wants to be, it may also be its last.
Deep Ellum's Barry Annino pushes a plan for a special taxing district
Deep tapas; Dale Wamstad's revisionist history; Donkey kong
Why can't we all just get along? The history, or not, of Russell and Jeff's Deep Ellum
Beautamous Loaf International proves that the underground is deeper than you think
Deep Ellum's punk haven shuts its door,but who's to blame?
Deep Ellum transplants can't make Addison hip