It's just beginning to dawn on me. I should be in heaven right now. I don't know why I'm not. The sheer dumbness of the Trinity River toll road is now at long last apparent for all to see. It's blown sky high and is comin' down! And none of the people who foisted it off on the city can get o ... More >>
This week's feature in the Paper Version of Unfair Park recounts the story of Victoria Peterson, a 40-year-old woman who's been accused by a handful of old men in Dallas of pretending at romance while she slowly bilked them out of their life savings.According to court docs and police reports, she ... More >>
It's been two months since Texas Monthly's president, Evan Smith, announced he was leaving the magazine to go into the virtual newspaper business as CEO of Texas Tribune. In the October issue of the Monthly, Smith offers his adios: "What I've Learned." And among those myriad lessons is this one: ... More >>
What's a white liberal to do?
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