The New York Times has an obituary today on Clint Ballard, Jr., who died on December 23. 2008.Ballard, a longtime Dallas and Denton resident, wrote a number of hit songs, including Linda Ronstadt's No. 1 hit single, "You're No Good." His death comes two and a half years after he suffered a stroke f ... More >>
This morning's Wall Street Journal ticks off "plenty of unusual ailments that are quite real," with Foreign Accent Syndrome topping the list. And, as it turns out, there's a significantly local connection to this rare ailment, which involves folks with brain injuries (most of the time, anyway) rathe ... More >>
In the '90s I ran two Dallas White Rock Marathons. I'll think I'll get out there and run a couple more. Not because I want go retro like your Texas Rangers. But rather because I spent 30 minutes talking with Steve Damm. Didn't really take that long, honestly. Dude's story w ... More >>
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