Some six million Texans are one health emergency away from financial ruin, and the state of affairs in Dallas County isn't any better. Nearly 30 percent of its residents are uninsured.
That's 672,681 of our neighbors whom the health insurance markets have excluded, according to the latest U.S. Cen ... More >>
Turns out, the people of Dallas don't care much for voting -- Dallas County ranked fourth in the state (out of 254 counties) for the fewest ballots cast among voting-age people. Even Harris County had a slightly better turnout, which unfortunately means the Asshole of the Universe, has us beat at so ... More >>
So what is all this anger among the old white people really all about? Why are old white people wearing odd costumes and hating the president all the time?
We old white people all know exactly what it is. But nobody will say it out loud. It never comes out in the stories, even though it's right the ... More >>
At least one local food retailer believes the costs and logistical hassles associated with offering a deal through an online coupon site are offset by the marketing benefits.
"After being in business for 21 years, we figured we'd found just about everyone in Dallas who likes to cook fresh se ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Monday, August 9, 2010...If you didn't make it to Lollapalooza this past weekend, here's a reason why the current incarnation isn't as good as the original.Bun B will be a guest lecturer at Rice University for a Religion and Hip-Hop Culture class.
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And here we thought Dallas had the lock on red-light camera drama -- damn you, Houston. On December 26, two men filed suit against the City of Houston claiming it was withholding a Rice University professor's study concerning the efficacy of the city's red-light cameras. Two days later, a version of ... More >>