There's a lot going on that you need to know about before we get hit with a weekend full of high holidays. Easter, 4/20 and Record Store Day are important and all, but that doesn't mean you should just stay in all week and wait. There's plenty of fun to be had in the meantime, with these 10 non-holi ... More >>
Phil Jamieson, who mans the keys, synth and guitars for instrumental rock act Caspian takes the "post-rock or just rock" questions with a great deal more understanding than many of his more celebrated, non-singing peers. In fact, some guitar-intensive acts get downright pissed when confronted with t ... More >>
Shortly after Rangers general manager Jon Daniels swapped erratic right-hander Edinson Volquez and reliever Danny Herrera for Josh Hamilton five years ago, I placed seemingly unrealistic expectations on the troubled outfielder. "He has the potential to be the best center fielder in Rangers' history ... More >>
Scott was really hoping for first place.The Association of Food Journalists met in South Carolina over the weekend, presumably engaging in heated debates over critic anonymity and restaurant-review waiting periods and whether a large slab of bacon should be carved into Mount Rushmore. (Of cou ... More >>
Julia ChildI'll gladly admit it: I'm a nostalgia freak. If I don't answer my phone immediately, it's because I'm gorging on the video I.V. drip of YouTube, jaw slackened as I watch old interviews with fave bands from the bell-bottomed '70s. That same penchant for the grainy imaged past plu ... More >>
Play hobo at NorthPark
It's overpriced, it's gaudy and we have to put it on a credit card. Yep, that Calatrava bridge says Dallas all over.
Walk the Line never strays from the dull telling of a tall tale
Howard Hughes gets what he wants, in this case a fun and loving biopic
The little trains that can
For one week, Sarah Hepola saw every band that invited her. God help her.
Plus: Are You in or Out?; In the Army Now
In his second feature, Native American filmmaker Chris Eyre goes further beneath the surface
The Basses put the 'fort' back in Fort Worth and bankroll a restaurateur's paradise
Mary Cutrufello's music is full of country heartache. But Texas' most unlikely honky-tonk star is about to become her own boss.