Our 2013 Best of Dallas award winner, and Observer writer, Michael "Grubes" Gruber, is renowned for nicknaming Rangers players. In fact, if you follow him on Twitter (@tweetgrubes) like thousands of other people do, then his Diamond Tweets covering the Rangers games are largely incomprehensible with ... More >>
Rom-coms used to be a cash cow and wildly popular with audiences. What happened?
Vanessa Hudgens proves truer than Gimme Shelter.
Congratulations, Texas! After a lot of hard work and many long nights, we're number one in the nation for repeat teen births. According to the Centers for Disease Control, which released a new report on April 2, in 2010, 22 percent of Texas teenagers aged 15-19 who gave birth were delivering their ... More >>
Like marriage, This Is 40 is long, aimless and worth it.
You better watch out.
Michael WIlsonLoudon Wainwright IIIAt 65, singer-songwriter Loudon Wainwright III is, perhaps, the elder statesmen of musicians who were tagged as "The Next Bob Dylan" in the early 1970s. But Wainwright's cynicism and humor have always set his songs a part from the typical coffee house troubadour ... More >>
Welcome to The Daily Fail. Every morning you will see this post and I will pick out things that I see as, well, a big fail. So, I look forward to you either agreeing with me, or, more than likely, disagreeing. Either way, it should be fun. See the first fail after the jump.
Kings of Leon, The Black KeysSuperpages.com CenterSeptember 23, 2010Better than: the last time Kings of Leon came through town.Rachel ParkerThe Brothers Followill. See more in our slideshow.It just felt so comfortable--all of it, from the band's performance to their crowd's reaction and their own ... More >>
As promised a couple of weeks back, here's that Paul Rudd interview -- only, it's not the one we recorded in Dallas at the beginning of the month. Instead, this chat dates from last Saturday, the morning after I Love You, Man kicked off the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, where Rudd was ... More >>
Just in time for Halloween, Dallas-based Peaches Uniforms -- the self-proclaimed "leader in fashion-driven uniforms and scrubs for women in the healthcare industry" -- is offering a line of hospital togs that'll let you strut the hospital corridors looking just like Dr. Isobel "Izzie" Stevens. Says ... More >>
No doubt Eli Roth, seen here, thinks of his Hostel: Part II as a children's movie. David Hopkins, the great Arlington-based comic-book writer co-responsible for such well-received titles as Emily Edison and the new Antigone, sends word this morning that he's had enough with seeing parents bringing t ... More >>
You know, this looks like a photo of a band called Hymns, when you think about it. You saw Knocked Up Friday, you hit the Arboretum Saturday afternoon and the Secret Headquarters anniversary that night. So where you gonna be Sunday afternoon, around 2 p.m.? Hint: It had better rhyme with Wood Pecker ... More >>