John Jay Myers owns the Free Man, a Cajun joint in Deep Ellum. He also runs a wholesale embroidery business, has a "deep, deep mistrust of the government," would like to legalize medical marijuana, and thinks we should bring all the U.S. troops home. And he believes Texans are being denied a chance ... More >>
R. Allen StanfordSpencer Barasch is a partner at the downtown Dallas law firm Andrews Kurth, where he is in charge of the corporate governance and securities enforcement team. But before that, and for close to 20 years, he worked for the Fort Worth office of the Securities and Exchange Commission ... More >>
During the 2007 mayoral campaign, former city council member Ed Oakley sent out mailers depicting himself and convicted felon Don Hill as Democrats and Tom Leppert and former Mayor Pro Tem Max Wells as Republicans. Oakley also accepted the endorsement of the Dallas County Democratic Party and printe ... More >>
It didn't have to happen.
Brian Harkin Is Dwaine Caraway positioning himself as Leppert's replacement? While speaking with one of Mayor Tom Leppert's consultants last month, I asked if Leppert was considering running for Kay Bailey Hutchison's senate seat. At that point, I heard he was contemplating the political leap from ... More >>
Leppert and Oakley show that what you think about Dallas politics could be wrong
Plus: Back to China
The strange tale of a man and his Chinese bride that has Dallas talking
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When he's not catering for the president, barbecue maven Eddie Deen caters to the spirits of the indigent
Mr. Gonz doesn't go to Washington
How does Virginia McGuire make a profit in the nonprofit business of creating affordable housing? Simple. She pays her husband.
A gun-toting fugitive gets a hand from Chuck Norris, while a father waits for help from anywhere
Dallas Hispanic Republicans fight historic allegiances -- and a few slashed tires
Magnum CPA; Advise and consent;Regina who?
Bill Simpson is eager to dig up dirt on you. He'll even write down your license plate number if you visit a topless bar. But the self-appointed guardian of Dallas morals doesn't want you to know anything about him.
U.S. Attorney Paul Coggins loves feeding his name to the papers. But what's he done that's news?