See also: The fans of A-Kon. I don't really know why I asked to cover A-Kon, the annual anime convention in Dallas, other than I support like-minded people coming together to share a common passion, the exception being those who burn crosses and wear red arm bands. I had no idea what to expect fro ... More >>
Well, at least he did this morning, when the rather serious Dallas news personality invoked the ghost of Rick Astley (I know he's still alive) and participated in the Internet bait-and-switch phenomenon known as "Rickrolling." Which leads everyone to ask: That's still a thing?
The Mavs are NBA champions, but are they the best team in franchise history?
The ChURcH has been Dallas' go-to spot for all sounds dark for nearly two decades now. And while the DJs, musicians and various performers who call the twice-weekly event at the Lizard Lounge home prefer to keep the sounds of the night decidedly sinister, the overall vibe is simply one of good ol ... More >>
Danny HurleySee more of the protest in the slideshow. There's a certain way of dealing with that kid at school who's begging attention, but we're going to ignore that wisdom and tell you what happened today as the Westboro Baptist Church started its summer vacation. Though, spoiler: More than 100 ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, May 13, 2009... When you go to a karaoke bar to belt out drunken tunes, most people don't expect to get one upped by Rick Astley. The Flaming Lips will release a double album follow-up to At War With The Mystics. Wayne Coyne says it sounds like ... More >>
This morning, I sort of casually mentioned that Your Dallas Cowboys had come up with one of the worst ideas in the history of goodbyes: allowing fans to choose the last song ever played over the Texas Stadium public address system following the Ravens game. That's the ballot pictured above -- and, y ... More >>
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Michael Bolton returns to Dallas. Does his Initech doppelganger still have
Sing When You're Winning (Capitol Records)
Sinatra fought time in Dallas, and it was a split decision