How sweet it is to see the streets of Downtown, Deep Ellum, Lower Greenville, and Expo Park filled with nightlife patrons again after a cold winter. It's that perfect time of year where the weather is still pre-heating for the summer and everyone just wants to be out and about. This week, make the m ... More >>
In case you kept your ears and eyes plugged this past weekend, let us tell you just four teams are still standing in the NCAA tournament. Florida, Wisconsin, UConn and Kentucky have all survived two grueling weekends of hoops and earned a trip to the Final Four in North Texas (i.e. Arlington). You' ... More >>
Kim Lenz and the Jaguars play old school rockabilly with a fire and passion that is often missing from the hordes of retro-shtick, dress up cover bands that plague many music scenes. With a campy sense of humor and a ferocious persona, Lenz is a visual and musical magnet. Although Lenz grew up in S ... More >>
Researchers say the new UNT stadium will pump $29 million a year into Denton's economy. You'll never guess where the researchers work.The University of North Texas unveiled its shiny new football stadium last week, a $79 million complex designed to bring some juice to Denton come college foot ... More >>
While SMU and disappointing head coach Matt Doherty look for their first Conference USA tournament win tonight at 8:30, the Metroplex last night was assured of a dog in the hunt during next week's March Madness when the University of North Texas captured the Sun Belt Championship. Saw t ... More >>
March Madness ain't nothing compared to Ambush Alley
Adventurous chef "Pyles" it on
Plus: School Spirit; Evil Eyes Averted
Where Did Our PLUR Go?; Just Shoot Him; Laughs for White Guys; Gone to Seed; New Ground
Denton's Good/Bad Art Collective takes its act to New York and hopes to survive the city's brutal art scene.
Or: What do cake walks, the Backstreet Boys, and Jon Cunningham have in common?
The "Amazing One-Man Band" signs on with one of the greatest living American writers
Rockabilly queen Kim Lenz moves ahead by looking backward
All the bands that fit,and one that quit