Generation Y's teenage favorites Nine Inch Nails announced their reformation on Monday after four years apart. I say "reformation" and "apart", but really it's just Trent Reznor and whoever plays with him, so that should actually read "Trent reformed with himself after four years of not being Nine I ... More >>
Having looked back at how the taco has fared in Dallas and across the country in 2010, Taco Trail now is looking toward the horizon and to what's next for our favorite food. What is clear from the beginning is that regionalism, whether Mexican state, foreign state or Lone Star State, will be ... More >>
Patrick MichelsAre you buying what he's selling? Or are you waiting for the cart?Seattle has ballpark sushi, San Francisco spawned a garlic fry renaissance, and the world can thank St. Louis' Gateway Grizzlies for the Krispy Kreme burger. But there was a time when Dallas ran on the cutting edge o ... More >>
The National Football League will release the '09-'10 schedule next month -- at which point, just maybe, Jerry Jones's Enormodome will officially announce that it's making its national prime-time bow on Monday Night Football, enh. Sports Business Journal reports that ESPN execs toured Jonestown a fe ... More >>
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Half a hundred power brokers who sculpt our local sports landscape
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America's Team wants your dirty, sexy money. Lots of it.
Or, half a hundred folks with way better seats than you
Anton Newcombe wants to be known as anything other than the wild child from DIG! Or does he?
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Deeper Life ministry says it saves homeless people from drugs and sin. Some ex-members say the church takes advantage of those who need help most.
After three decades of feeding the homeless, the world's only church devoted to John Coltrane now finds itself without a home
Dead Kennedys, Alternative Tentacles, and the lawsuit that proves there isn't always room for Jello