Update, 5/13: As of 11:30, or an hour and a half into the regular on-sale, there are still plenty of tickets available. Our searches included hits for tickets nearly on the floor, toward the back of the arena, for $197 (!!) and some at the lowest price point, which is $68 (including fees). That seem ... More >>
American banks are on a massive crime spree. The Presidential candidates hope you won't notice.
Hey hipster. Stop shooting shit with your iPhone and pretending you're artistic. We're over it -- you and your incessant snapshots of your carefully laid out "best moment ever" scenario, replete with a "Toaster" or "Kelvin" filter. You too, Crafty Moms. Your baby isn't any cuter in black and white ... More >>
Sam MertenFIrst Assistant City Manager Ryan EvansPerhaps you saw the story in the morning paper: According to the state comptroller's office, Dallas pulled in sales tax revenue totaling $14.5 million in November 2009. And while that's a considerable plunge from same-time-last-year's intake ($18.3 ... More >>
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