Wheelchairs for Iraqi KidsBrad Blauser with one of the hundreds of Iraqi children to receive pediatric wheelchairs thanks to the North Texan's effortsFive years ago, Brad Blauser of Grapevine landed in Iraq as a civilian contractor. Though his family remains here, Blauser has stayed in Baghdad. B ... More >>
Back in October, we mentioned that local car man David McDavid was suing Turner Broadcasting Systems for $450 million, claiming that way back in 2003, TBS screwed him over plenty big. Because, see, McDavid thought he'd all but closed a deal with TBS to buy the Atlanta Hawks and Thrashers, as well as ... More >>
Songs by committed vegan Moby play in the background as we dine on our red and dripping prime rib
When Dallas' political elite need a win, Carol Reed cheers them on and calls the plays
Two vampire classics are back. Unfortunately, this time they bite.
What does VIP mean in Dallas bars?
The return of Gonzilla, and other literary concerns
These Generals frequently speak the name of the Lord, but is it in vain?
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has reason to shout-his money and enthusiasm are resurrecting a dead team
John Frankenheimer could have disappeared, but he refused to go away
The official word from the DMN on its arena investment
April 15-21, 1999
John Bloom has taken his alter ego, Joe Bob Briggs, and gone Hollywood. But watching America's favorite drive-in movie critic on television these days, a new character is emerging: John Bloom himself
John Carpenter sinks his fangs into the screen's vampire tradition
August 20 - 26, 1998
James Brown used them. Hip-hoppers stole from them. Will these women finally get their due?
Tom Hicks bought a baseball team, but he'll own an empire
Most of Tomorrow Never Dies lacks the wit and inventiveness of the best Bond
As the sole survivor of his family's ring dynasty, Kevin Von Erich struggles to keep a painful past alive.
Probing the mysteries of the monkey flip, the clothesline, and the pile driver at Black Bart's pro-fesh-nul wrestling academy
Pink Flamingos is charming and kind of quaint 25 years later--dog crap and all
Kansas City is Robert Altman's best movie in years--but does anyone care anymore?