Oh, boy. Another chance to say something good about Detroit. Nothing gets a bigger rise out of a certain element among you loyal Lawners than when I utter anything even faintly complimentary about my hometown. For reasons I may never fully understand, I would incite less mouth-foaming if I sang the ... More >>
We all need to splash our faces with cold water in this matter of the superintendent of the Dallas school system leaving town for a job as superintendent of schools in Cobb County, Georgia.
What the hell do we expect?
Governor Rick Perry and the Tea Party are charging ahead with an agenda a ... More >>
Photos by Megan FeldmanOn Saturday afternoon, around 100 people gathered at Dealey Plaza to protest the Iranian government and show support for pro-democracy demonstrators in that country, where the regime has been retaliating against widespread protests since the June 12 election.
Saturday's ... More >>
A Friend of Unfair Park forwards along this front-page Wall Street Journal story about Cyrus Hassankola, who moved to Dallas to open a business that always appears on the verge of closing -- the oriental rug shop at Preston Road and Royal Lane formerly known as "Going Out of Business." It was a geni ... More >>
Megan FeldmanThis afternoon outside Dallas City Hall, several hundred people braved the summer's first 100-degree day to protest the violent crackdown on demonstrators in Iran. They waved Iranian flags, held signs demanding freedom and democracy and showed photographs of the violence that has rocked ... More >>