Fu Manchu Gas Monkey Bar & Grill Wednesday, May 28, 2014 Since I've been over here, I've been slowly but assuredly collecting bands I liked in the late '90s, like someone younger might collect baseball cards, or Pokémon, or whatever it is the youth of today enjoy. Bands I would not have had the c ... More >>
It's April Fools Day, which means you are currently being bombarded with generally unfunny and unoriginal pranks and fake news stories. It's a day when it's wise to treat everything with a high degree of skepticism, from the Pokemon that have taken over Google Maps to the former co-worker's claim th ... More >>
The city of Lewisville has an uneasy relationship with Redneck Heaven, the local chain of Southern-themed breastaurants. On the one hand, it's a thriving business that boosts the local economy. "They have their niche in the market. They certainly know their target clientele, and they appeal to thos ... More >>
They danced. They rolled. They yelled: Glitter! Yes, these are ten talkative fashionistas of Ultra Music Festival 2013. Certainly, there were some better dressed, and others more sensibly garbed. But the following folks found during night one of 2013's three-day shit fest -- they were the ones who ... More >>
Before I take any trip to Austin and SXSW, I always take more than a few days to peruse the schedule and check out a few of the hundreds of names on the roster and read their bios. Some years there are more bands with "wolf" and "space" in their monikers than usual, and some years there are random ... More >>
Count me among the thousands who've been charmed by Nicki Minaj's eyelash-batting. I swear, it's like she's that eyelash-implants girl from The Simpsons. Nicki has been making rounds this past year releasing mixtapes and guesting on a bunch of tracks, including Luda's "My Chick Bad" -- where she ... More >>
Beckett Media, HQ'd off Welch Road and LBJ Freeway, publishes monthly price guides for damned near everything you can buy, sell, trade and collect -- from sports cards to Beanie Babies. And though business ain't what it used to be -- myriad titles have been dropped over the years as baseball card ... More >>
You know the saying: "Too many chefs spoil the broth."Well, this week's The Problem With... is an example of a broth with a host of problems: It's too salty (or as all the cool foodies say these days, too umami) and doesn't have enough herb. And, dammit, I expect more herb out of Lil Wayne.
The combat's cuddly in Super Smash Bros. Brawl
M. Night Shyamalan steps up the lunacy with Lady in the Water
The new Castlevania is the last nail in the franchise's coffin.
David Williams won $3.5 million finishing second in poker's grandest tourney, but dammit, that's just not good enough
Willy Wonka hangs ten at Hurricane Harbor
Despite the ill will of Barney haters everywhere, the saccharine purple dinosaur's popularity is undiminished--and that's not a bad thing
The closest you'll actually get to being in the Star Wars trilogy
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World
Lakeshore Learning Store
We Oui? Non Non!; Outing Myself; Comic Tragedy
Cold embrace; No free ride; Love fest
Celebrating a birthday with a pile of Pooh
Creatively, comic books are healthier than they've ever been. So why is everyone rushing to bury the industry?
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Dragonball Z is the Cartoon Network's top-rated show, thanks to a Fort Worth-based company that's unleashing a controversial American version of this Japanese hit
Self-flagellation; Would you like fries with that?
Walt Disney's toon-not-for-tots, Fantasia returns
Japan is the new capital of disposable pop
Now you don't see it...Rumor patrol; Signing off; Flicked up; Study hall; Wyoming, we think
Ponder officials jail second student; first-grader's report on Where the Wild Things Are deemed too violent