City center's future is so bright, it's gotta wear shades.
A Saturday morning in September found me standing in a large white suit with thousands of honey bees politely buzzing just inches from my face.
Lady Gaga Tuesday, January 29, at American Airlines Center, $65-$200 Jan 29th sees the Dallas leg of Lady Gaga's latest attempt to put some relevant words in front of the word "Ball" and successfully market it as an event. To be fair to Lady G, she's one of those rare pop phenomenons who managed, at ... More >>
Some consider Sachin Tendulkar as the greatest cricketer of all time. For others, it's Sir Donald Bradman. But for my money, none can hold a candle to Sunil Gavaskar. As an opening batsmen, no one came close. There's a reason he set world records for the most Test runs and most Test centuries scored ... More >>
Someone has shown the Texas Democratic Party the video creator apps on YouTube, and the results are Lego George W. Bush, a joke about santorum (the frothy kind), a version of Rick Perry that looks like a rotund funeral home director and some jabs at sweater vests. Politicians, please start making ... More >>
Welcome to Unexpected Influences, where we talk to musicians about the music no one expects them to like. Local hip-hop trio Dem Southernfolkz have provided a breath of fresh air in the local scene, laying down the groundwork for the current fire-hot trend that has seen artists such as Sore Loser ... More >>
A solidly packed Monday evening of music awaits those who don't mind stepping out on a cold winter's night...
Hell hath officially frozen over. In Arlington, the Texas Rangers are still playing baseball. And in Dallas, Stars fans are now cheering for the Detroit Red Wings. Well, at least one of them. The Stars, off to a 2-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 start or whatever the hell it is these days in the NHL, play ... More >>
After saying that he's 75-percent leaning toward not retiring and playing hockey again next season, all-time star of the Dallas Stars Mike Modano is now thinking the unthinkable - putting on the sweater of another team. Mike Modano, Detroit Red Wings? Criiiiiiiiiiinge. It's still a situ ... More >>
George Gimarc, like you didn't knowAlmost four years ago, the great George Gimarc introduced us to his then-latest rock and roll alternative: a would-be syndicated format called Radio SASS, which stood for "Short Attention Span System" -- as in, no song lasted lasted longer than two minutes. Said ... More >>
I assume Jerry borrowed his reality TV idea from this particular holiday favorite.If you're headed downtown for the CityArts Celebration this weekend and have also considered a career in reality-television humiliation, then someone has dipped their chocolate in your peanut butter. And by someone, I ... More >>
Jimmy John'smultiple locationsDude Factor: 9, or Jerry Springer (paid for sex with a check), on a scale of 1 (Eliot Spitzer, resigned in shame after press conference) to 10 (Charles Barkley, returned triumphantly to TNT and T-Mobile endorsements)I'm gonna level with you bros. Unlike my Dude Food co ... More >>
I'm not an autograph hound, but this is "1 of 1."Had a wonderfully weird weekend. On Friday I saw the Fort Worth Symphony's interpretation of Led Zeppelin. (Thumbs up.) On Saturday I attended a Polish 40th birthday party complete with a full, cooked pig on a skewer, potato vodka shots an ... More >>
I generally agree with Jerry Seinfeld. On everything. Including the Oscars. During a show at, of all places, UTA's Texas Hall in '02 the comedian quipped, "Worst thing about The Oscars is that they never tell you the final scores. We're Americans. We not only want to know who won, but ... More >>
Jerry Seinfeld once joked that strip clubs are like restaurants where they let you smell the food, then take it away before you can try a bite. So what would he make of the Turtle Creek Chorale and its Valentine's Day presentation, "Music Be the Food of Love"? This Saturday and Sunday, the TCC in ... More >>
Better late than never, let's hear it for U-T-Yay!
No wonder all the bees are dying—Seinfeld's movie is embarrassing
Never fear, we won't let the Academy Awards ignore sports
Blinded by desperation, Cowboys refuse to see T.O. as B.S.
Independent theaters' home away from home
Stars and students take the stage
Robert Altman's love letter to ballet is beautiful but empty
Bellamy is off track
This Beast is a stormy success
Starting fresh, Jerry Seinfeld once again works hard for nothing
Saturday Night Live's prime player is rapidly outgrowing television's small screen
Plus: No More Mega-Mayors, Fading Fast, Mean Shtick
Kitchen Dog Theater puts nine actors in the pit for Coriolanus
George Lopez gets ready for prime time
March 4 - 10, 1999
February 11 - 17, 1999
June 4 - 10, 1998
Larry David brings his Seinfeld-ian perspective to film
Wag the Dog paints the White House a brilliant black