Lewis Wickes HineClick to expand this portrait taken at a Dallas cotton mill in October 1913Last week we met 6-year-old Louis Shuman, one of the many young newsies encountered by Lewis Wickes Hine during his trip to Dallas in October 1913 as he traveled the country documenting worker abuse for th ... More >>
New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection/Library of CongressAt this point, Schutze is like the Mel Allen of the City Hall federal corruption trial.Today at the Dallas City Hall federal corruption trial at the Earle Cabell, defendant John Lewis, who has pleaded guilty and is testifying for the ... More >>
Already folks are lining up for next month's special screening, with George Romero, of Night of the Living Dead. Texas Frightmare Weekend -- which bills itself as "the Southwest's premier horror convention," and who am I to argue -- takes place February 22-24 at the Hilton DFW Lakes Executive Confer ... More >>
How Steven Soderbergh kept the Terry Southern tale from turning tragic
Inventor, musician and self-professed man of God, Al Petty says he hit on the perfect moneymaking scheme. His bright idea could cost him 1,200 years behind bars.
Joe Cripps and Barrett Martin ride a Fast Horse to record-label utopia
Thirty years later, Harry Belafonte finds closure in a once-lost project
Centro-matic's Will Johnson chases the ghosts of Mississippi
The Gals of the Big "D" Jamboree remain the sweethearts of the wrestling ring
With his own movie in tow, Dallas' indie-film guru goes to Robert Redford's festival, falls in love with the First-Timer, and embraces the hype
Paul Wesolowski knows the secret word: Groucho
Will this year's best local records survive the millennium?
Dallas-raised Terry Southern wrote Easy Rider, hung with the Beatles, and influenced a generation. But he died penniless, and now his son must pay off Terry's debts--and restore his father's legacy.
The family of a Dallas guitar legend fights to protect his legacy
Robbie Robertson throws history into the bonfire
John and Alan Lomax, groundbreaking musicologists
Documentary Arts preserves the lost music of the Hmong
In Stephen Wade's hands, the lowly banjo is the key to the American experience
Dallas' forgotten Star Talent Records label got there before Sun's rise