"Cupcakes will be out and muffins will be in," a Central Market spokeswoman promised me in a recent e-mail heralding the grocery store's newest line of baked goods. "You heard it here first!" I'm all for dethroning cupcakes, but haven't muffins already had their moment? Even if Central Marke ... More >>
True story: Back in 2004 I was preparing to go to the Summer Olympics in Greece as a reporter for the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. In preparation for what was potentially a hostile, dangerous, terroristy, post-9/11 environment, all Knight-Ridder newspaper chain employees headed overseas were requi ... More >>
Congratulations to Mike Orren and Pegasus News, which has been acquired by Seattle-based Fisher Communications, a media company that owns some 27 media outlets in the Northwest. Financial terms haven't been disclosed yet, but they will be: Fischer's a high-priced NASDAQ-traded stock ($50.80, as of t ... More >>
During an online chat today, Washington Post media writer (and CNN's Reliable Source) Howard Kurtz was asked to name the Top 10 newspaper in the country. You might recognize the name of one of 'em. (OK, all of them, but, c'mon, play along.) Washington, D.C.: Mr. Kurtz, in your column yesterday ... More >>
See, illegal immigration is good for business. A fascinating piece out of Knight-Ridder's Washington bureau outlines how forgers are making tens of millions--"and possibly billions"--selling counterfeit versions of official documets (including Social Security cards and driver's licenses) to some 12 ... More >>
Plus: Attention Spanwich; Homesick
One nonprofit helped save radio. Sort of. For now.
Does Miami hold the key to solving Dallas' downtown homeless problem? Maybe, but it's a very expensive key.
Will Belo be bought? Yes. Or no. Either way, you won't be able to tell.
What's new, CueCat? A redesign, a rediscovery and re: layoffs.
Channel 11 and the Star-Telegram join forces against Channel 8 and the Morning News
How skateboarder and surfer dude Tracy Feith wheeled out of Dallas to become the latest, hottest thing in haute couture
Pat Buchanan ponders his puny conscience