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Erick Munoz wasn't trying to set off a debate about abortion or end-of-life care. He just wanted to comply with the wishes of his wife, who is on life support at JPS Hospital in Fort Worth after suffering an apparent pulmonary embolism two days before Thanksgiving. But because his wife, Marlise Muno ... More >>
As another season begins, MLB faces an unsustainable future -- and you’re picking up the tab.
Don't stop believing
So here we are at the door to election day. In the nation it all comes down to Ohio. In Ohio it all comes down to the auto industry. And Mitt Romney is betting his marbles on TV ads that say he's the one who wanted to save the industry and President Obama's the one shipping jobs to China. Man. As ... More >>
Dinesh D’Souza’s 2016: Obama’s AmericaI: The Five Most Hilarious Lowlights
Very few bands come close to boasting a story like Los Angeles' White Arrows claims. Formed in 2008 by Mickey Schiff, a talented multi-instrumentalist who happens to have been born legally blind (he gained his sight back at age 11), the band plays a marvelous amalgam of alternative music, electroni ... More >>
Tim Sweeneyâ€‹PM Lounge, one of the only venues in Dallas of late with the motivation, knowledge and budget to routinely bring big-name electronic artists from around the US and abroad into town, will be hosting DJ Tim Sweeney for this week's installment of its no-cover Le Magnifique Thursdays.[Upda ... More >>
Lawyers in the FLDS case complain of state's one-size-fits-all approach
Another historic emblem of black Dallas stands on the brink
Venturing into the Dallas jungle in search of the elusive $30,000 millionaire: Is he myth or fact?
Doug Wright channeled his anger from growing up gay in the Park Cities into bizarre and brilliant plays
Plus: A Better Jukebox
At Tony's Wine Warehouse, there's a sucker born every minute
Nerdy, bitter and shod in fake Uggs, Andrea Grimes investigates the legend of the Park Cities Party
In Good Company is wonderfully funny, a bit sad and unmistakably real
A year after Taylor Hooton’s suicide, Plano West Senior High is still in denial about steroid abuse
Neil LaBute tries to be nice but comes off very savage
Spinal Tap tapped, the Folksmen turn it way down from 11
Campbell Scott looks for lust in all the wrong places as Roger Dodger
Interest groups battle over your next meal
A Dallas doctor believes he holds a miracle treatment for a disease that maims and kills children. Proving it will take another miracle.
At long last, the Godfather's son makes his first film, and it was not easy
She's finally been invited to the Oscar party, but what will she do after the ball?
Christopher Guest takes his comedy very, very seriously
We had lost faith in local film festivals--until this one
The Mystery of Irma Vep vamps the vampire-movie genre splendidly
Charter school scandals are teaching Texas a tough lesson -- one the state should have known four years and $77 million ago.
Usual suspects, small wonders, and the new Bertolucci at the Montreal and Toronto film fests
Are bad-boy lawyers Bill Brewer and John Bickel building a bridge to Dallas' minority communities, or trying to sell them one?
A Dallas stage critic's troubled fling with New York theater
Playwright Neil LaBute keeps company with the movies
Sculptor Raffaele Martini Pandozy wages a one-man war to revolutionize Dallas' aesthetic from inside his South Dallas fortress
Writer-director Todd Solondz doesn't play games in Welcome to the Dollhouse
Theater Critics Forum ponders the year's best performances--and Dallas' diminishing stage scene
Maria Maggenti, the director of Incredibly True Adventure... declares her independence
Harvey Keitel talks about being discovered after 20 years of acting
The films of Great Director honoree Paul Schrader mix art-house intelligence with B-movie grit