And who are these curly-haired Chinese?
We're getting only half the story about the risks and dangers of pesticides.
Schools ignore gay bullying at their own peril
‚ÄčI saw one of these signs on a Bishop Arts sidewalk over the weekend and thought nothing of it -- that is till today, when I was looking for something unrelated on the Dallas CityDesign Studio, which led me to its Facebook page, which led me to this: Urban Design Matters, a just-launched website r ... More >>
Dallas-born jazz clarinet and saxophone player Jimmy Giuffre died late last week on Thursday, April 24, of pneumonia and complications of Parkinson's disease. After learning to play the clarinet at the age of 9, Giuffre began performing in local bands. Later Giuffre was drawn into the big band wor ... More >>
David Mamet's in town tonight to present the keynote address as the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture dispenses the Hiett Prize in the Humanities to David Greenberg, an assistant prof of history, journalism and media studies at Rutgers University. The shindig takes place this evening in the ... More >>
Eight month after the hip-hop community gave the word a funeral, it hasn't died
Tomorrow marks a major holiday -- at least according to the folks at the AT&T Cotton Bowl Classic. Some four years back, the Cotton Bowl folks decided to commemorate the first Saturday in November as National College Football Day, so designated because on November 6, 1869, Rutgers defeated Princeton ... More >>
Even with the Mac kid at his side, John McClane is just...old
The Ballpark hosts some timely history
Daniel Smith sets sail
Bellamy hits the Improv
Is George W. Bush a conservative? Author Bruce Bartlett doesn't think so,
and saying that cost him his job.
Forgiving the past opened Sandora Irvin's future
For Texas cattle ranchers, "What's for dinner?" is a touchy question
Donald Miller has (re)written one of the best books on World War II, but will anyone care?
Emotion gets cast away in the work of the late sculptor George Segal
When Lancaster's school superintendent ordered a lenient sentence for two white kids caught with shotguns, black parents said it was one more example of the suburb's bigotry
Kitchen Dog's staging of Beckett's brooding comedy is worth the Waiting
Theatre Quorum neverquite plunges into thedepths of Black
March 26-April 1, 1998
Dick Armey will eat his lunch.