With the announcement of 35 Denton's initial lineup, it was only a matter of time before you felt that tightening in your chest, aka the first round of SXSW acts. North Texas' Blackstone Rangers, Ronnie Fauss, the Relatives, Somebody's Darling, Sarah Jaffe and Tedashii are all represented. Thurston ... More >>
100. Tripping Daisy, "Sonic Bloom" Before this album, the band had a grunge-pop affectation, but this song, from 1998's Jesus Hits Like the Atom Bomb, was more heartfelt than anything they'd done before. - Daniel Hopkins 99. Pleasant Grove, "The Plaque at 16ft" Bret Egner wrote "The Plaque at 16ft, ... More >>
Mitt Romney CampaignConcerns have been raised over Mormonism's decision to move to Cleveland. Because, you know, it's Cleveland.Last month evangelical leaders gathered in D.C. for the Values Voter Summit, where disciples of the Pissed-Off Jesus harrumphed and yammered about how much America sucke ... More >>
Photo by Robert BostickCraft's Jeff Harris(Yesterday, we brought you a profile of Jeff Harris, executive chef at Craft in the W Hotel. Today, we throw a few questions at the chef and tomorrow bring you a how-to on one of the restaurant's dishes.) CofA: What is your ideal meal? Harris: Somet ... More >>
Tom ColicchioSorry about throwing up a publicist's raw e-mail, but those of you who've been following our interview with Craft's Jeff Harris might want to jump on getting a reservation before they're booked up. That's right, Mr. Top Chef himself, Tom Colicchio, is coming to town, and he's gon ... More >>
Scott CarrollVery strange thing going on right now in New York and Europe about a "National Bible Museum" to be created in Dallas -- strange in that there has been no mention here in the city's only daily newspaper. But people elsewhere seem to know all about it. The National Bible Museum, as it ... More >>
Old boys act like a bunch of hicks over the inland port that could mean progress in South Dallas
For a quarter-century Roy Abraham Varghese has been assembling God proofs. Along the way he won over the world's most influential atheist.
The first rule about Evander Holyfield's age is that you do not talk about Evander Holyfield's age
When he's not catering for the president, barbecue maven Eddie Deen caters to the spirits of the indigent
A Texas-based band of conservative warriors tackles the left on its own turf--the street
SMU's Bryan Mark Rigg uncovers the story of Hitler's Jewish soldiers
A son goes looking for his late father and finds some buildings
Denton's Midlake inks record deal, prepares debut LP
Do the time warp at Ernie's of Dallas
When does a benign anti-war comment become the death of open discourse?
A decade ago, Vertigo started a revolution by making comics for adults
In another holy war, the battle plan is to turn Muslims into Bible believers
High on Fire's Matt Pike talks about Earache and stoner rocket science
Local music was better than ever in 2001
Hey, Mr. Zillionaire Developer, got a big public project you want to sell? Black Dallas has the votes you need--dirt cheap.
Dallas-Denton-Forth Worth bands make their biggest impact yet at SXSW
With headliners like Mike Judge and an impressive list of films, the Dallas Video Festival once again wins by knockout
Lift to Experience finds its way at The Texas Jerusalem Crossroads
Meditation, Buddha, and baby wipes. You call this being Jewish? Oy vey.
VH1 vice president's novel about the music business mourns an era just since passed
Raise the Curtain; Experience Lift to Experience; Mazinga's Dissatisfied Customers ...
Didymus makes you a true believer in the talent of its playwright
Three wide-eyed promoters and the almighty A.H. Belo Corp. plan to boldly carry Big D and the rest of the world into the new millennium
This season's Christmas album offerings
A jet-settin', Scotch-sippin' Robert Tilton washes up in South Florida--and he still wants your money
Crippled children are the latest fund-raising ticket for a controversial Palestinian foundation
For con men the world over, there is no place like the Dominion of Melchizedek because it is no place
Trinity Foundation to acquire religious satire magazine
In a tiny Middle Eastern country, government officials have accused Dallas oilman Ray Hunt's company of cheating them out of millions.
The making of a messiah: David Koresh's twisted road to Waco