Santiago Calatrava. Did it ever occur to you to take him home to meet your mom? He's not supposed to be your wife. Be fair about this. This is a unique call to action for Dallas. We are in a position to defend the famous Spanish architect from terribly unfair and hypocritical global attack. The Ne ... More >>
Chris Kluwe is prying open America's last closet: major-league sports.
Dallas is playing to its City of Hate stereotype for assassination's anniversary.
WeatherboxAlthough Brian Warren got his band's name from a song by Mission of Burma, the surging punk-metal of Weatherbox has little in common with those legendary noise rockers from Boston. Hailing from San Diego, Weatherbox is basically Warren and whatever collection of side players he chooses ... More >>
My Morning Jacket is the best live band in the world
Also: not much to celebrate in Risk Theater's Slaughterhouse Five
Brandon Friedman: soldier, activist, blogger, author Brandon Friedman, who last year received his Master’s in Public Policy and Administration from the University of Texas at Dallas, served as an infantry officer in the U.S. Army’s 101st Airborne Division in Afghanistan and Iraq. He now serves a ... More >>
Our old pal Will Clarke--about whom we've written, oh, just a little in the past--is officially Hot Shit. Well, that's not entirely accurate, but awfully close. In the latest issue of Rolling Stone, which I don't even have yet even though I am an inexplicably loyal subscriber, Clarke's been named... ... More >>
Will Clarke has a deal with a New York publisher and a Hollywood studio, and it only took him eight years to become an overnight success
Future Soundtrack for America (Barsuk Records)
This Endeavor is another wacky one
Note to Gertrude Stein: We like a little drama with our drama
Our Endeavors presents Fortitude & What Happened: 2 Plays for 2 Weeks
Here's a debate worth watching
Festival of Independent Theatres offers a smorgasbord for the mind
Making a "theater town"
Parade leaves an agonized trail of tears in its song-and-dance wake
Kris Kristofferson has lived a dozen lifetimes, and they keep on coming
Vonnegut's unfilmable Breakfast of Champions is a magnificent movie after all
Erik Thompson is a one-man Lo-Fi Chorus, but looks are deceiving
February 11 - 17, 1999
For David Byrne discovery Jim White, music wasn't his first career choice. Or his second. Or his third...
Alan Rudolph rises from the ashes in a suave, smoky Afterglow
The didactic Priest is an overheated but honorable melodrama