Don't have a car but the bus isn't your style? As part of our look at car-free Dallas living, Amy Silverstein weighs the pros and cons of other ways to get there from here. Taxi Pro: Even if you're partying in a sketchy part of town, calling Yellow Cab guarantees that the operator will say, "We'll ... More >>
There was absolutely nothing ordinary about the two shows The Residents put on at the Kessler this past Friday and Saturday night. Out of all the rock and roll weirdoes that have come and gone, The Residents may indeed be the oddest ducks of them all. Celebrating 40 years together, the band put on a ... More >>
Tomorrow marks 10 days of me doing the cleansing. Here's what I've gathered during my stint. 5. A "foodie cleanse" = a SHIT-TON of work. I like to cook, even love it. But after an average of two hours of cooking every night, I've come to realize that nobody can love cooking this much. And you clea ... More >>
Nothing says toned and sexy like endless piles of free pancakes. But at least this order is stacked up for charity. IHOP announced that Laura Kaeppeler, recently crowned Miss America, plans to serve as spokeswoman for IHOP's annual National Pancake Day celebration on Tuesday, February 28. T ... More >>
Ties are for Troy Dungan or calf ropin' or Oscar night or Mila Kunis' brother (cuz kissin' his sister would be bueno). But UFC? Watched UFC 127 with some buddies Saturday night and was entertained, but confused. Always figured in this manliest of men sport featuring bloody knockouts and ... More >>
How powerful can a woman be when she's dangling by a leg and touching her "teaser"?
We're always interested when a former Miss America makes an appearance at Dallas City Hall. Expect another installment in The Many Faces of Mayor Tom tomorrow, as we head down to City Hall for a morning press conference. And we're expecting this one to be plenty packed, as Leppert will be joined by ... More >>
Hang your head, radio inventer. Hang your head. Last week I congratulated 103.3 FM ESPN Radio for its 2008 Marconi Award nomination. I suppose it’s still somewhat of an honor, but after a little digging around I’d like to soften my back-patting and retract at least some of my confetti. I ... More >>
The Adolpus Children's Parade returns
Along with announcing the creation of the new Texas-Israel Chamber of Commerce, to be based in Richardson, Governor Rick Perry yesterday asked the state’s Employees Retirement System and Teachers Retirement System to divest any funds from companies doing business with the Islamic Republic of Iran, ... More >>
Hear the tale of a low ridin' queen
Buy a map, find Little Elm and head to Café C. Your belly will thank you.
Idaho's potato king accuses a dead Dallas oilman and his sons of a multimillion-dollar scam