By now, it's barely recognizable as a piece of art: an eight-foot-tall ribbon of rusted steel scrawled with obscene graffiti, running through an obscure stretch of grassland on the eastern edge of downtown. It fades into the background now, ignored by commuters and passersby.
That wasn't the origin ... More >>
A.Dd , Brain Gang Blue, -Topic, Tunk
Saturday, January 26, at Granada Theater, $12-$35
Dallas hip-hop duo A.Dd are starting off 2013 by releasing a new mixtape and headlining their first show at Granada. Listen to the first single, "Suitcases," off their upcoming DiveHiFlyLo release for a little ta ... More >>
The thing about air pollution is it doesn't heed county lines or city limits signs. Neither did the shale gas boom, until it moved into the cities and suburbs, where gas producers found themselves navigating a loud, patchwork quilt of municipal regulations that varied from town to town.
It happene ... More >>
By 2008, the high price of natural gas, coupled with the novel combination of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, touched off a modern-day gold rush in the Barnett Shale. Regulators were caught on their heels.
"They moved forward very rapidly, and state regulatory programs had a difficult ... More >>
Experiencing the world around you shouldn't be the stuff of resolutions, and yet we stay so content within the inertia of routine.
Wake up. Make coffee. Car. Job. Sit. Flavorless lunch. Swallow it. Job. Car. More food. More sit.
It's human nature to lust after order, but when we fall prey to The C ... More >>