Editor's Note: Our nightlife columnist, Deb Doing Dallas, wrote about this year's State Fair Classic, a longstanding Fair tradition at least as much about the pageantry and the marching bands in particular as it is about the actual football game played between Louisana's Grambling State University a ... More >>
Tomorrow morning, Ruthie's Rolling Café is going to roll on up to the Juanita J. Craft Recreation Center (4500 Spring Avenue) to hand out free breakfast sandwiches. The occasion is Dallas resident and SMU alums Robin Bagwell's 50th birthday. Sounds random, right? Exactly. "We have a Random Snac ... More >>
There is no question that Al Lipscomb was ethically challenged. When Wilonsky called me Saturday to tell me Lipscomb had died, I remembered a story the Reverend Peter Johnson told me years ago. Johnson, who had campaigned across the Old South with Martin Luther King Jr., came to Dallas after ... More >>
Kenneth Cooper at Dallas City Hall this morningFor a good hour or so this morning, there was a parade of people to the briefing-room podium at Dallas City Hall to discuss the Mayor's Youth Fitness Initiative, funded with $1 million worth of seed money from Oncor. Among those on hand: Mike Rawling ... More >>
Neo-soul R&B queen Angie Stone released her most recent album Unexpected to unsurprising positive feedback in 2009. The real surprise? Stone's performing in Dallas tomorrow for free. The new Diabetes Health & Wellness Institute on Spring Avenue will open tomorrow (Saturday, June 19), and ... More >>
Wait a minute...There's democracy in Dallas?
Pokes' legend Billy Joe DuPree brings staying power to a blighted neighborhood
The mess at City Hall goes back to ancient times
Want to get elected to city council in southern Dallas? Forget the race card and patch that pothole.
Will he die in prison for the sins of the plantation?