Consolidating Dallas ISD's administrative departments, currently sprawled across 32 buildings in various states of disrepair, is a no-brainer. Putting them in a $13 million downtown office tower, as district administrators are proposing, is probably a pretty as good an option as any. Trustees just ... More >>
Step 1: Be terrible. Step 2: Count the money. Repeat both steps as necessary.
The Oberheiden Law Firm, a "full-service international law firm" headquartered in Dallas, has a small problem. Someone has been hacking into the email account of the firm's founder and principal, Nick Oberheiden, and has been registering scads of fake domain names with plans to publish the communica ... More >>
Tomorrow night's Young the Giant show at the Prophet Bar is waaay sold out. So what's the deal with this band? Are they cute? Are they the "new hotness"? The name is a little cringe-worthy, but they do have some pretty songs. Oh, yes, Google image search verifies they are cute. Scott Spooner, who ... More >>
The New York Times this morning revealed its long-expected plans to erect a pay wall (again) around some of its content: Starting March 28, visitors to the paper's website will be able to access 20 articles every month without paying. After that, it'll cost $15 a month to keep reading. But there ... More >>