In Oak Cliff, ex-warriors charge into the local food movement.
It takes a special type of person to sue televangelist Pat Robertson over a weight loss shake and say things to a reporter like "Me and Robertson are coming in a head-on crash," and "This ain't no goddamn game. He wants to come after me? Bring it fuckin' on." It takes an equally special person to re ... More >>
Rick Perry's Texas is a job-making, low-taxing oasis of prosperity. It's also pure fantasy.
Given any thought to how you're going to react when you encounter George W. on the streets of Dallas?
We're not saying Matt Pulle has a man-crush on Sam Coats. We would never say it. Not outloud. Nope. Welcome to the second installment of Unfair Park's weekly round-up of the top eight mayoral candidates. We shuffled part of the list around a little bit, not so much because anything interesting happe ... More >>
Ya know, that John Edwards sure can give a speech, but only if it's about John Edwards. Democrat vibes permeated the annual Stephen Philbin Awards, held at the Dallas Bar Association for the 23rd year at 11:15 a.m. Couldn't help but be, with several dozen new judges, fresh from the all-but-sweep of ... More >>
A local bodybuilder sues Pat Robertson over a weight-loss shake
Is George W. Bush a conservative? Author Bruce Bartlett doesn't think so,
and saying that cost him his job.
Bewitched delivers just what you'd expect. Absolutely nothing.
Two new Dallas papers are keeping tabs on the little futhermuckers
Let Belo buy every station in the country--makes my job easier
The left, turning right, was plain wrong to attack pop culture
A decade after Vanilla Ice melted down, he's back with the man who made him
As Mad celebrates its 400th issue, its editors wonder how to stay funny in a world gone mad
Basic Instinct author crawls up Bill Clinton's pants and hangs on tight
Sci Fi's brilliant good vs. evil is a corpse in search of a burial