There's a reason you associate our accent with fashionable music of the last fifty years. We've produced some great bands. The thing is, there's a whole undercurrent you're missing out on over there. You know you have favorite obscure American bands, who you'd go and see whenever they come through t ... More >>
Is Keystone Pipeline really good idea?Bringing lots of heavy, dirty oil across country, when fracked ,cheaper, cleaner energy available— Rupert Murdoch(@rupertmurdoch) February 15, 2013 Yeah, you read that right. Media magnate Rupert Murdoch, owner of Fox News and The Wall Street Journal, wh ... More >>
You had to think most people who choose running a kitchen as a professional aspiration must be at least a little unstable. Who would willingly sign up for low pay, long hours and the constant complaints of diners who know nothing about your creative passion, all in an environment with a heat and hum ... More >>
Corey Taylor is one busy dude. Not only does the guy front two metal bands, Slipknot and Stone Sour, but Taylor somehow founds time to write an autobiography and do a quick stint as a guest lecturer at Oxford. Seven Deadly Sins, Taylor's unconventional memoir, came out this summer and immediatel ... More >>
Cut Copy, Foals, Holy Ghost! and The Naked & FamousGranada TheaterApril 20, 2011Better than: going to see Foals and Cut Copy headline separate shows. Last night was a serious two-for-the-price-of-one experience. Cut CopyBlue lights hovered over the stage, as the crowd anxiously awaited Cut C ... More >>
Jenny BlockOn Wednesday, we gave you the goods on Kelly Dennis, executive chef at Bliss Café and Elixir Bar. Today, we asked Dennis to finish a few sentences for us. Later today, she shares one of her sweet recipes. (Note: Dennis' words are after the ellipses.) My friends say I'm... a rare type ... More >>
Welcome to Staff Trax, the weekly feature here on DC9 where we shed some light on the music we've been enjoying of late, regardless of the touring or album release schedules that tend to bear the focus of most of our coverage. Consider it a chance for you readers to get some more insight into ou ... More >>
Uptown Players stage an academic romp
A good nine hours lighter than its TV predecessor, Brideshead Revisited gets back to the source
Just over three months into 2008 and we're already fussing over which albums will make our year-end best-of lists
For a quarter-century Roy Abraham Varghese has been assembling God proofs. Along the way he won over the world's most influential atheist.
AKA: When your hero is a Stasi spy
CTD's Shadowlands chronicles the unlikely love between C.S. Lewis and a brash American
Road to Rouen (Parlophone)
Fair ladies and loutish lads put on all sorts of English accents in three spiffing new productions
Want to design video games? SMU's Guildhall can show you how, if you're willing to work like a dog.
Decherd and the boys get downtown. Miller gets the crown.
If you're young and female, New York Minute is your movie
Tom Hanks steals the Coens' latest by playing--get this--very broad and funny
O.A.R. went from school at OSU to touring the U.S.A.
Eddie Murphy plays Daddy, once more, and it becomes him
Cheating is bad, says the simplistic Emperor's Club
Is anything actually against the law in Texas elections?
A writer's long descent into Alzheimer's makes for gripping storytelling
Who has the right to write about the lord of the Ring's fictional tongues?
Beulah leader Miles Kurosky's dark nights lead to pure pop sunshine
Centro-matic's Will Johnson chases the ghosts of Mississippi
Being a dame isn't what one keeps in his or her support hose
Dallas lawyer Bryan Garner cuts through the muck of legal prose
Proof of Life kidnaps the audience, then tortures it to a slow death
Behind the important collector Paul Guillaume stood a very ordinary woman
High drama and spirited romance spice up The Last September
Kris Kristofferson has lived a dozen lifetimes, and they keep on coming
David Mamet wraps an unusually warm embrace around The Winslow Boy
Theatre Quorum makes beautiful music in Serenading Louie
When Fort Worth oil tycoon Tex Moncrief accused his secretary of embezzlement, she says, he left out one important detail: their 16-year affair
August 6 - 12, 1998
The transparent Oscar and Lucinda drowns in symbolism
The booming field of alternative medicine goes under the microscope in Dallas
U.S. Attorney Paul Coggins loves feeding his name to the papers. But what's he done that's news?
Radiohead: The story of a would-be one-hit wonder
Val Kilmer smirks his way through the loopy, retro Saint
Extra Virgin's admirable attempt to stage Faustin Bubbaland works--mostly