Tonight, somewhere in Texas, a Dallas Cowboys super-fan will return to home and mount a piece of signage above his family's fireplace. Maybe a naked section of wall space will already be waiting. "We Stop Selling Beer at The End of the 3rd QUARTER!," the black and red letters say with authority. Mov ... More >>
John Legend Nokia Live January 22, 2009 Better than: Letting the bartender mix your cocktail with Pepsi products. Having learned a hard lesson in traffic jams the last time I went to Grand Prairie's Nokia Theatre, I took MacArthur to the venue, to discover the streets were flowing free and clear. I ... More >>
Apparently, it's Video Friday -- easier than reading, at least. But for the first time, Pepsi's partnered with the National Football League to sell ... soft drinks, I think, but also MP3s, maybe? And the star of the new ad is the quarterback of Your Dallas Cowboys, who's now tall enough to finally w ... More >>
Cultura Advertising, a Bryan Street-based agency that markets such clients as Mercedes-Benz, Presbyterian HealthCare System and M&Ms to a Spanish-language audience, is shutting down -- and moving about 200 miles down the highway. Today, downtown Austin-based LatinWorks announced that it has bought C ... More >>
Jay Lombardo designs sports' spiffiest uniforms
Dale's much more than just that "Miserlou" guy
Jesus Camp pitches its tent in the other America
At Septien Vocal Studio, anyone can make it in music. But you've got to be cute. And a million bucks would help too.
Cheeburger Cheeburger captures the essence of the greasy spoon--not in look, but in bloated regret
An evening of wiener schnitzel and Fritz Lang
Stripped of pretention, Danny Boyle gets his mojo back in the zombie flick 28 Days Later
Making amends for past wrongs
Oswald, from shot to grave
At the 16th Dallas Video Festival, you cannot--and should not--look away
Never mind the bleeps, here comes The Osbournes
Interest groups battle over your next meal
KRBV's change in format causes barely a ripple in the airwaves
Low hopes its slow-and-depressing label was one thing Lost in the Fire
Dallas succumbs to the lure of Tito's, Texas' only hand-distilled vodka
We knocked over the stack of local releases and found eight you need to hear
Sally Field turns director for Beautiful, with reasonable (is that good enough?) results
Don't call it a comeback: Weezer's been here for years. Their fans have, anyway.
New York-based Edison Schools flunked out with trying to privatize Sherman's public schools. Why should things be any different in Dallas?
On the prosecution-biased Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, justice isn't blind. It's dumb.
Michael Mann's The Insider proves real life trumps fictional suspense every time
Public school students become a captive audience for corporate advertisers
Mr. Nice Guy deserves to be the film that finally breaks Jackie Chan
When Kevin Abdullah wrote a rap song for his idol MC Hammer, he thought he was getting his big break. Instead, he got screwed.
What a surprise--the owner of the Dallas Cowboys is nuts
Ray Charles rules a far-flung kingdom
He's violated the public trust and betrayed his own ethical standards. But is Dallas' perpetually annoying councilman guilty of fraud, perjury, and extortion?
Blesses are the Cheeseheads - even if they didn't make it to the Super Bowl
The 1994 Dallas Video Festival mixes equal parts ineptitude and brilliance