Scott Goldstein, who's still new at covering City Hall for The Dallas Morning News, had a piece in the paper a week ago that expressed the longstanding Morning News strategy for new beat reporters, which is pretty much the opposite of the strategy at places where I have worked. He wrote a glowingly ... More >>
Two interesting and ironically paired stories in the daily paper this morning -- one about an expensive planned do-over for the failed Victory Park development, a monument to the perils of great-man leadership, the other about a planned museum exhibit honoring J. Erik Jonsson, one of the city's most ... More >>
SerynDenton's Seryn have been riding high since the release of their debut full-lenth, This Is Where We Are. And, in the midst of all the hype the band has been receiving, they've found a way to give back. On Saturday, April 16, at 7 p.m., the band will perform a benefit concert at Bethany Luther ... More >>
Forgotten and overlooked, Galveston residents try to put the pieces back together
James Hand sings it straight
Preservation Dallas The Crozier Tech building downtown has to be sold. The out-of-town owners ain't in a hurry. Shame. Tomorrow, Mayor Laura and the rest of the City Council will stop down and recognize the fact May is Preservation Month in Dallas—and, yeah, it's a little late in the month, b ... More >>
A vicious fight between John Wiley Price and a small black-owned newspaper reopens ancient wounds in southern Dallas
South Dallas' history is in danger of being demolished, so why are so few protecting it?
Al Lipscomb is on trial for bribery. The real charge is "traitor."
Want to get elected to city council in southern Dallas? Forget the race card and patch that pothole.
With a monumental new boxed set, Hank Williams gets out of this world alive