The 2004 summer night when David Cunniff took his two teen daughters to an Old 97's show at the Gypsy Tea Room rattled Deep Ellum to the core. How it all went down depends who you ask, but the end result left Cuniff bloodied and beaten to the point that friends and family questioned whether he would ... More >>
Whit Meyers has some corrections to make concerning our Gypsy Tea Room item this morning. Whit Meyers, who has worked tirelessly to keep the Gypsy Tea Room's doors open despite bankruptcy proceedings that have been carrying on for more than a year, says I have my facts wrong concerning at least one ... More >>
We went to the Dallas Music Festival expecting to eat humble pie. We were served something much worse.
Thought Deep Ellum's rep was bad? It only gets worse at this weekend's Dallas Music Festival.
Reports of Deep Ellum's death are exaggerated, but not by much
With Trees' fate nearly sealed, we look back at its brave beginnings--and, of course, the blood
Grab your paintball guns and bottles of liquor--it's time to party, Deep Ellum style
Let Him Rot
David Cunniff Lives in Pain. Skinhead Jesse Chaddock lives in a Texas Prison. Who got the raw deal?
Gypsy Tea Room faces civil suit in Deep Ellum beating
As David Cunniff continues rehabilitation for his injuries, benefit concert comes to his aid
With the arrest of skinhead Jesse Chaddock, rumors abound about thestate and safety of Deep Ellum