The under-construction Central Market in Preston Royal, which used to be a Safeway, by the way. You can see the original walls from the Royal Lane side, matter of fact.Used to be, a business situated too close to a school, church, hospital or daycare center that wanted to sell booze couldn't, exc ... More >>
EDallas Symphony OrchestraDoug Adams, left, with film composer James Newton Howardarlier this afternoon, Dallas Symphony Orchestra president Doug Adams told Dallas Morning News classical music critic Scott Cantrell why he's leaving within the next 30 days: "I've been trapped in a real estate deal ... More >>
Noticed that Harvard U.'s fancypants glossy 02138 has a new owner as of immediately. Also noticed the current issue's cover: an interesting portrait of Tommy Lee Jones, who, as you no doubt know, was borned in Midland and edumicated at St. Mark's School of Texas, where he's been on the board of dire ... More >>
A popular coach is pushed out of the Catholic sports league
Roderick Carlton Demmings will perform at Carnegie Hall on Thursday for a PBS broadcast. Twelve-year-olds around the country begin cursing his name Friday. Something to do with "raising the bar." Roderick Carlton Demmings makes me feel like a total loser. At 12, I was in my middle-school choir in G ... More >>
Without Robert Hoffman (and Doug Kenney and Henry Beard), there would have been no National Lampoon. That would have sucked. If you've read The Dallas Morning News this morning, you know Robert Hoffman died yesterday at 59 of acute myelogenous leukemia. His death received mention on the front page o ... More >>
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Tom Clancy plays spy games
Lewis MacAdams comes home for WordSpace
Rhett Miller wanted to be famous for as long as he can remember. Will the Old 97's upcoming Fight Songs finally make him a star?
John Loza learns that making friends is easy for a city council member. Keeping them is harder.
At Harlingen's Marine Military Academy, the line between discipline and abuse is sometimes as thin as a knife's edge
Meet Dallas literary agent Evan Fogelman, the brains behind the bodice-rippers
Ross Perot Jr. is pushing 40, and still trying to slip from his father's shadow. He's built Alliance Airport, bought the Mavericks, and is trying to ramrod a new arena. But he isn't a pit bull like his old man. That's where Frank Zaccanelli comes in.
The good ol' boys are winning their fight to keep Courtney Barnett and other girls out of high school wrestling
Zach Loafman, a gifted St. Mark's teen, fights an addiction to the Internet.