What will happen to all the books?
Mitt Romney’s years at Bain Capital represent everything you hate about capitalism.
Coal-fired power plants generated some 30 percent less electricity in January than they did during the same month in 2011 -- a huge drop for a a workhorse fleet that has historically fed this state's sprawling transmission system with a steady supply of baseload power since pretty much forever. Pro ... More >>
How insiders use the bowl system to loot the colleges that support it.
Detroit's Electric Six is all about one Dick Valentine. Also known as Tyler Spencer, Valentine has led some form of his band since 1996. And he's been largely successful: The band has become renowned for its chaotic live shows and interesting mixture of punk, funk and alternative rock. Electric Si ... More >>
Not a bad early start to the weekend tonight, as both local and national talent serve up some tasty music this evening.
I was flattered when the North Texas Super Bowl XLV Host Committee approached me late in 2009 to help construct and singularly author its prodigious Century in the Making project. What started with 250 of the greatest moments in Texas football history -- high school, college and pro -- ... More >>
SURPRISE, Arizona -- Regardless of your sports pangs, you should be plenty satiated today. The Mavs and Jason Kidd play at San Antonio. The Stars and Brad Richards host Chicago. The Cowboys -- who appear willing to let Julius Jones walk -- begin free agency. And out here in Arizona (today it’s Tem ... More >>
All Aboard the Fish Express
It's been a brutal couple of weeks for Dallas chef Marc Haines. Haines, current sales manager for Sysco Food Services of Dallas, former chef for Larry North's North-South, Sipango, and Cuba Libre, and avid comic book creator, just returned from Arizona this weekend where he delivered a eulogy before ... More >>