Going into Sunday, most experts considered SMU a lock to make its first NCAA tournament in 20 years, even after losing to a mediocre University of Houston team in the opening round American Athletic Conference tourney. They beat four Top 25 teams, including a season sweep of UConn. They went 23-9. T ... More >>
In 1974, DTC premiered its best show ever. Why was it never seen again?
The question of new and more highways in city centers is too profound, too generational, too close to the heart of things: it's never going to get a rational answer. The whole thing is way beyond reason. We'll have to go with our guts, after we decide what our guts want to do. Michael Kimmelman, ar ... More >>
Louisville, Kentucky four-piece Trophy Wives are giving DFW a treat this week. Not only are they playing Andy's Bar in Denton tonight with Bad Design, they're also playing Double Wide on Thursday with Nervous Curtains and Descender. They'll be previewing material from their album Old Scratch, so don ... More >>
Few bands have risen from the stale, beer-stained stages of America's dingiest dives only to entertain majestic crowds at some of the world's largest festivals more naturally than My Morning Jacket. Formed in Louisville in 1998, the Jim James-fronted group has undergone a series of personnel ... More >>
Jealous and impotent until the bitter end, the Aggies try to flee for the SEC.
I picked exactly one team of March Madness' Elite Eight and I long ago lost all of my Final Four (Pittsburgh, Louisville, San Diego State and Washington). But after a weekend of shocking upsets don't tell me your bracket isn't likewise busted. CBS cherishes a Cinderella and Americans ... More >>
My March Madness bracket has long been in shambles. But my pick to win it all - UConn - is alive, well and poised to win the title next weekend in Detroit. If you called Michigan State over Louisville, kudos. If you predicted UConn, Villanova, North Carolina and the Spartans as your Final Four, ... More >>
Tomorrow and Friday are two of the best sports days of the year. 32 college basketball games over 36 hours, tipping off Thursday at 11:30 a.m. with BYU-Texas A&M. And when it's done, you can use your office pool brackets at toilet paper. Unless, that is, I let you peek at my picks. You can sign ... More >>
Sure, you've already forgotten about the United Football League -- it's already a distant memory, less than a year after The New York Times broke the news of the upstart football league set to bow this August with eight teams in non-NFL towns. Turns out, it's not dead -- it's just gotten a little .. ... More >>