"Big D" both song and city, is earning big laughs at Lyric and the Wyly.
Food trucks get tons of attention, but is the food they're peddling any good? While evaluating creativity, curb appeal, value and taste to award Firestone tires, we're ranking Dallas' food trucks to sort out which one's are worth chasing around town and which ones may be headed for a blow out. Rand ... More >>
Wilonsky just knows how to push my Yankee carpetbagger buttons. He keeps calling to jab me about the charges that Dallas mayoral candidates Ron Natinsky and Mike Rawlings are trading today, each one accusing the other of wanting to make Dallas like Chicago or Detroit. Being a native of that end o ... More >>
The lowest common denominator having been achieved in 2005 with the release of the Black Eyed Peas' Monkey Business, popular musicians have had to work extra hard in recent years to find new and inventive ways to be inane. They found great success in 2009, with artists as varied as Lady Gaga, Bru ... More >>
Ah, the very nearly late Arthur Treacher's.The chain was named for a well-known English actor, counted the original fish and chips house as its own and had the support of Dave Thomas (of Wendy's fame, not the one from Second City). And there was a time when Arthur Treacher's had a solid reputatio ... More >>
Written by a nun, Theatre Three's Trysts in Toledo dusts off an old, unconventional comedy
The Second City comes to Dallas
See SC's future legends
Were there 10 great shows in 2007? More like 11—no, make it 12.
Celebrate the Jewish arts downtown
Visit Queertown for all-out comedy; Morning's at Seven awakens a need for nostalgia
It's OK to be gay in Queertown
Talking smack wreaks high school havoc in Mean Girls
Connie and Carla models a classic but ends up being a drag
Sarah Vowell's readers don't feel so alone with Radio On
Life is coming up cow patties for kid comedian Corbin Corona
There's Strangers, then there are its strange fans
Four Day Weekend wants to second that emotion
Five years after Swingers, Jon Favreau just wanted to get a movie Made
The famous Second City alumni may be missing, but their wit isn't
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Who's improv bit is it anyway?
The Kids (in the Hall) are still quite all right
Standing center stage, Guffman salutes and satirizes small-town America