Sorry, Cubes, but that goofy German just leapfrogged you.
Since I'm out on vacation next week let me get to this Fourth of July tradition a little early: Happy Birthday, America. Our country turns the ripe old age of 235 on Monday. Between burgers and beers and bikinis, I'll make time this weekend remembering how friggin' fortunate we are to have a ... More >>
10. The House of Blues put on a pretty nifty show, but $30 for valet parking? I was as gouged as I was cold. 9. After gorging on sausage, blackened catfish, brisket, fajitas, beans-n-rice and then repeating the process, I will not be eating today. 8. I've never even met Baltimore radio guy N ... More >>
Dallas is going to see more than an infestation of football fans this week. In honor of the big game, groups are putting their best philanthropy out there. The Event: Leading Ladies Spectacular The Cause: Genesis Women's Shelter This year, the Leading Ladies' philanthropy spilled over into t ... More >>
Happy Birthday, America. Like tonight's July 5th fireworks show in Dallas, it's better late than never. Right? Our country turned the ripe old age of 234 on Sunday. Between burgers and beers and bikinis, I tried to spend some time remembering how friggin' fortunate we are to ha ... More >>
So, uh, this above music video came out today. I pretty much don't understand a single thing about it--or how in the world Pat Summerall got involved. But, hey, I guess I'm not Forever the Sickest Kids' target demo.
So last weekend Jesuit High School holds its annual athletic banquet fund-raiser thingamabob. Up for auction: Dinner with Dallas Cowboys head coach Wade Phillips, which went for a cool $8,500. So how much do you think someone bid on a meal with broadcasters Brad Sham, Babe Laufenberg an ... More >>
Remember this the next time you criticize Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo for playing too much golf. He could be singing. But is Romo the worst of the bunch? Dirk Nowitzki's pretty bad. Jerry Jones is in leather. It's all entertainingly horrible. This Who's Who of Metroplex star power karaoke ... More >>
Photos by Sam MertenAn eclectic mix of folks packed the Bill and Margot Winspear Opera House last night as a jaw-dropping group of former Dallas Cowboys players reminisced during the taping of Glory Days, a television pilot scheduled to debut January 30 on KTVT-Channel 11 prior to finding a n ... More >>
In retrospect, Ole Miss and Texas Tech are merely above-average college football teams. Their little clash in Dallas last week, however, was called by two of this area's icons of announcing. Though he's looked better, it was good to see Pat Summerall working the game on TV. And on radio - with his ... More >>
Larry Cole. Roger Staubach. Tony Hill. Pat Summerall. Tom Landry. Cowboys 35, Redskins 34 in 1979. They can take the Cowboys out of Texas Stadium, but they'll never take Texas Stadium out of the Cowboys. I still get goose bumps. - Richie Whitt
Half a hundred power brokers who sculpt our local sports landscape
Or, half a hundred folks with way better seats than you
Better late than never, Bill Parcells rewards Cowboys with retirement
With the Cotton Bowl's inevitable departure, Dallas dies a little more
A sportscaster shares handshakes and his story
Where would we be without these powerful peeps? In the fetal position, craving sports.
When watching sports, is God a passive observer or a meddler?
Cowboys fanatic nearing final whistle
The career of Dallas sportswriter Jim Dent was skyrocketing, then booze and bad behavior caused a hard landing
Michael Irvin, once the Cowboys' playmaker, has quit playing around and has turned himself over to his maker
Pat Summerall, Fox
Pat Summerall has been here for years, rockin' his peers...and so forth
The Replacements can't even score with Gene Hackman on the team
A McKinney family sues Fox for sacking a young quarterback's dream
Cool River Cafe floods with flavorless monotony
Booze, baseball, and broads: A tarnished hero's deathbed regrets--and final redemption Exclusive Observer excerpt from David Falkner's new biography