This past weekend, a young Dallas impresario played a major role in the second annual National Cassette Store Day. It might have slipped by you, as it did me. But Evan Henry, founder of Dallas Distortion Music, was totally dialed in In fact, Henry's DDM label was one of a very small number of outle ... More >>
Earlier this week, we spent some time examining why Preston Center, the aging shopping center floating on a sea of Park Cities/Preston Hollow riches, sucks so hard. Little did we know that Crow Holdings already had a plan to fix it. With a skybridge. Last December, Crow purchased the old Sanger-Har ... More >>
Office Depot has earned a reputation in recent years for screwing over local governments. San Francisco got $4.25 million to settle claims that it overcharged for office supplies. Maricopa County claims $5.3 million in overbilling. Houston is demanding $6.6 million. All because a disgruntled corpor ... More >>
How a towing company uses parking stickers, a law firm and a sham "safety group" to tow your car from your own lot.
Maryland-based beverage superstore Total Wine is coming to Dallas. The new store, to be located in the shuttered Office Depot location in Park Lane (9350 North Central Expressway), builds on the more than 80 stores the chain has opened in ten states. The recent expansion will add stores to Texas, Ne ... More >>
Organization's books weren't cooked -- they simply don't exist.
We're almost sure it was a coincidence.
The original Northwest Highway Sam's ClubLast month, you no doubt recall, Walmart announced its $200-million expansion said to involve "more than a dozen new projects in the city of Dallas," though only a handful were announced at the time. Since then I've learned of at least one more on the to-d ... More >>
You know who hates you? Best Buy. Which doesn't stop us from shopping there, but, still, thought you should know. I learned the hard way Black Friday is more of a curse than bargain blessing. My body has yet to recover from my in-the-wee-small-hours venture out to three Mesquite retailers in search ... More >>
While the feds fumble, hurricane survivors find relief thanks to a Dallas hotel owner and friends
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