The longtime owners of the Dallas Observer have sold the paper and its 12 Village Voice Media sister publications to a group of VVM executives, creating a new holding company and cutting ties with Backpage.com, the controversial classified advertising company. So: We have new owners, but the same o ... More >>
Flickr user Pink Sherbet PhotographyThese colors don't run, and you won't either, once you're loaded down with free pancakes.We're starting to believe that there is a holiday for everything under the sun. For example, April 7 is International Beaver Day and November 19 is World Toilet Day. So do ... More >>
Forgive us if we've discussed this popular dish before--which we have. But the general does outrank Colonel Sanders and his non-spicy, unsticky, broccoli-less chicken. Although the spelling may vary, just about every Chinese restaurant with a delivery option cooks up some form of General Tsao' ... More >>
Twice today I've been asked about several posts on The Latest Word, one of our sister blogs out of Denver, referring to layoffs and pay cuts taking place throughout the Village Voice Media chain. The Dallas Observer, of course, is among the 15 papers in the chain, formerly known as New Times Inc.Spe ... More >>
Jim Larkin, left, and Michael Lacey As many of you know, the paper version of Unfair Park is part of the Phoenix-based Village Voice Media chain of alternaweeklies; we're one of 16 papers nationwide. Michael Lacey is executive editor of Village Voice Media; Jim Larkin is chief executive officer. And ... More >>
Action Taken in Solidarity with Phoenix New Times
Why is the DMN's mild-mannered columnist suddenly impatient about the Trinity River?
The CueCat-astrophe continues as the Morning News announces job cuts