Lower Greenville, Knox-Henderson or Deep Ellum? That's the question I asked all kinds of folks before moving back to Dallas this month to re-join the Observer. Two and a half years gone while in grad school in Austin, and all kinds of things change in this town. Somebody set off a Banana Republi ... More >>
Wednesday, May 13, at the Granada Theater
Photo by Michael Alan GoldbergTwo young blondes with toothy smiles and hard-core work ethics, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood, helped country expand its fan base in these years of shrinking music sales. Meanwhile, Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley and ... More >>
Folks who visited a Dave & Buster's in '07 might want to take note: Yesterday, the U.S. Department of Justice revealed that during a five-month period last year, hackers got into the Dallas-based fun-and-games chain's database and swiped customers' credit card numbers, expiration dates and security ... More >>
The Dutchess (A&M)
Cabana EP+ (Made Up Records)
DCAD spends $5.5 million developing its own computer program. Why?
Why are these Dallas high-tech hotshots chucking the action, gore and riches of the computer gaming world to hawk a genteel digital magazine?
Step Right Up (Lucky Dog/Sony Nashville)
Dave Thomas' book offers workplace philosophy for more than just computer freaks and geeks
WFAA movie reviewer Gary Cogill is guru and matchmaker for a caffeinated crowd of film buffs
Hot new computer game maker ION Storm appears to have all it needs for success -- top talent, plenty of money, and legions of anxious fans. So why is its future so cloudy?
A shortage of American engineers and programmers spells boom times for brokers who peddle skilled foreign workers at bargain prices. Is it exploitation, or just good business?
A computer glitch has some Dallasites predicting an apocalyptic meltdown. They may not be that crazy.
Zach Loafman, a gifted St. Mark's teen, fights an addiction to the Internet.