A week before the country pauses to remember the death of John F. Kennedy, conspiracy theorists and Dallas City Hall have agreed to a truce. Under the agreement, members of the Coalition on Political Assassinations will occupy a parking lot on the southeast corner of Market and Main, where they wil ... More >>
Thomas Riccio and his Dead White Zombies are bringing theater to life, one mind-bender at a time.
Japandroids, Bleached Monday, November 5, at Trees, $15/$18 Canadian rock duo Japandroids are on a semi-world tour after releasing their second full-length album, Celebration Rock. The album is just as the title suggests. See them with Los Angeles' punk sister duo, Bleached.
There was a day when I might have come up laughing at the big investigative package in yesterday's Dallas Morning News on University of Texas Southwestern Medical School ex-president Kern Wildenthal and his expense account madness. It's not just that the News "buried the lede," as we say in the ne ... More >>
(Clip from Brooklyn Brothers Beat the Best) The Dallas Film Society announced the first 15 entries to be officially accepted into this year's Dallas International Film Festival, which occurs from April 12 to the 22.While many so far are documentaries, a few feel-goods have weaseled their way in, and ... More >>
Can a restaurant in a hotel lobby make its mark?
For the elite few among you allowed entrance to The Dallas Morning News behind-the-pay-wall pages, I recommend a piece in today's paper by Roy Appleton about Oak Cliff. He quotes neighborhood activist Jason Roberts, pushing for bike lanes and stuff, as saying North Oak Cliff really isn't as ... More >>
TSO rocks the bells off the AAC
Friday, June 16, at the Gypsy Tea Room
Siberia (Cooking Vinyl)
Stealth aims low but hits its mark
Taste of Europe is a treasure that requires digging
Glass scores with a film fave
The coke-drenched era of nightclubs is over, but now a new group of entrepreneurs is ready to reinvent the scene
Our mayor joins the Beloans to gang up on the little people
It's about the artists, not the stars at the 31st annual USA Film Festival
Scientists from the former Soviet Union's top-secret biological weapons lab join with Dallas researchers to fight a common enemy: the deadly Ebola virus
Russia's The Red Elvises are rushing back to rock-and-roll tradition
Pachyderm-ing them in at Fair Park
In 1979, Walter Waldhauser Jr. arranged the murder of a Houston family. Today, he has a new name and a new business in Dallas,but he still profits when people die.
DISD's ex-security chief learns that being a friend of Yvonne is a bad career move
The searing French film La Haine (Hate) tops this year's Festival offerings
Principal Mike Stiles was turning Dallas' troubled Sunset High around - until a critical misjudgement threw him into a political snakepit
Make like Columbus and discover the New World splendors of Monterrey