The New York Times today contains what apparently is going to be a regular feature on how cool Wendy Davis is. Today's installment is called "Democrats see value in Texas in candidacy for governor." The one two weeks ago was, "Democrats see hope in Texas star."The one three days before that was "Dem ... More >>
Kinky FriedmanFrom the sound of it, the phone woke Kinky Friedman up. He was in Georgia, hanging out on the set of his buddy Billy Bob Thornton's movie, Jane Mansfield's Car. The previous night's fun had lasted until 5:30 in the morning, and here I am, at 10 o'clock, full of questions about his ... More >>
The neo city on the hills is a far cry from its cheap pot, cold beer and low-rent former ways.
Not saying Sean Avery isn't an asshole. Or a horrible teammate. Or, for that matter, a room-wrecker the Dallas Stars should consider dumping.I'm just saying he shouldn't have been suspended - or worse, pending this afternoon's meeting with NHL poobah Gary Bettman in New York - merely for his "sloppy ... More >>
Hey, Mr. King of Talk Radio, meet the queen
All aboard the '80s way-back machine for Mike Nichols' good time Charlie
This Texas Jewboy wants to be the next governor of Texas, and if you think he's kidding, the joke may be on you
Why are the DMN city columnists so lame? Belo wants them that way.
FW Weekly sells out to big, bad New Times Inc.
The motive behind a series of Bush attack ads may have been business, not politics
April 30 - May 6, 1998
Atomic Cafe filmmaker Jayne Loader has won raves for her CD-ROM Public Shelter, but calls the 'new medium' a dud
Who's at fault for the national budget crisis? Who else?
Bounty-club founder rests on fame and fortune while waiting for someone to pull the trigger
Why do we love Washington's most hated politician?
Remembering Mo Udall, a truly decent man
Some day, someone's bound to notice that Clinton made government work better
Ann Richards' record as Texas governor goes like this: she gave the joint some class
Republicans are the party of fiscal responsibility--and, yes, there is a Santa Claus
Hypercritical politics deliver nowhere politicians