They don't work. At least not in the way they're intended to. Study after study shows that red light cameras are, at best, an inefficient revenue generator and, at worst, increase accidents. Dallas' red light enforcement is especially bad. Because the city signed its contract with Xerox -- the comp ... More >>
Last year, Deep Ellum Brewing Company found itself being hit with some pretty steep charges. After posting a photo on Facebook of a new delivery van that advertised the brewery's Dallas Blonde Ale, some writers and activists, myself included, accused the brewery of sexism, and even of promoting rape ... More >>
Deep Ellum Brewing Company has been attracting negative attention since Burnt Orange Report published a takedown of its logo promotions for its Dallas Blonde Ale, specifically the "goes down easy" tagline. Genevieve Cato and a slough of other responders have called the line sexist and a promotion of ... More >>
Deep Ellum Brewing Company has had a reputation for aggressive, big-bodied beers since they opened in 2011. Their IPA is an incredibly hoppy brew, and the Double Rye IPA is an all-out Dream Crusher. Most beer companies have some fun with their labels, but recently Burnt Orange Report, Texas' largest ... More >>
The paper will protect commenters' privacy if it likes what they say.
Oh, I guess we had some fun Saturday on the KNON radio version of "Get Off My Lawn," a program I have been sharing every Saturday at 10 a.m. with political consultant and D Magazine columnist Eric Celeste. We took an on-air call from the elusive pseudonymous Dallas blog commenter, Wylie H., who was ... More >>
Bad news, "extremists": If you try to get tickets to the upcoming shindig at Dealey Plaza, the one memorializing the 50th anniversary of the JFK assassination, you will be denied. "What's an extremist?" you may ask yourself, which is precisely the sort of question an extremist would ask. Minus 10 ... More >>
Dallas Police Chief David Brown sent a sub to address the city council's Public Safety Committee this morning: Assistant Chief Charles Cato, who explained the crime-stat summary you see above. Said Cato: Crime's down 4 percent overall citywide, but when pressed by council member Delia Jasso later ... More >>