If you appreciate the signs of life that have sprouted downtown in recent years -- and anyone who loves this city does -- Jeff West is at least partly to thank. The 54-year-old, who died Monday, was a tireless advocate for downtown and the city. He headed the Sixth Floor Museum for 11 years, the Da ... More >>
Evan ClintonThe scene down at Dealey Plaza today, where vendors selling their wares were noticeably absentMaybe you heard: A couple of weeks ago, Dallas police began cracking down on vendors at Dealey Plaza selling maps, magazines, books and other conspiracy-theory whatnots. Deputy Police Chief V ... More >>
Yes, yes, the sale price of existing single-family homes is dropping all over the place -- in Dallas, even, for the first time ever. But this morning Investor's Business Daily finds the one place in the DFW where land is going, going and dang near gone: Oak Cliff. As in: "At $1.50 a gallon, people c ... More >>
We had many fine entries in our caption contest today; thanks to the Friends who played along for Wilco tix. Here are just three of our favorites: Southside on Lamar, where toxic gas fumes are on the house! It's finally gone ... wait, Deep Ellum is the other way ... Run, get to the chopper! Thanks ... More >>
Oh, my gaaawd. This is the big night. The yellow Camaro is premiering at the Angelika Film Center. It's tuxedo and limo time. We'll be on the edges of our seats with white knuckles. That will be just like whenever we actually rode in the yellow Camaro. The yellow '72 Camaro was my son's car in high ... More >>
JFK assassination buffs who peddle their wares on the grassy knoll think there's a plot to put them out of business. They may be right.
The McKinney Avenue Contemporary has survived a turbulent birth, but its artistic mission remains more confused than cutting-edge