Hey, All-Caps Guy. We need to have a talk. Really. I sometimes poke you with a sharp stick. You poke back. That's what I want. But sometimes when you poke, I wince. Not for me. For you. You know, I hope, that every single thing you say online lives forever on servers. You know, I hope, that you ne ... More >>
Wilt Chamberlain infamously said he slept with 20,000 women. More recently, Winston Bennett claimed a rate of three girls per day. And now - according to the National Enquirer - Tiger Woods is said to have confessed to sleeping with 120 women during his five-year marriage to wife Elin. ... More >>
Fame. Fortune. Females. Ah, the life. Tiger Woods has it all. Except as of last week, of course, he needs a new driver. I'd love to hit a 210-yard 6-iron. I'd love to win a Major or 14. Truth to be told, I'd love me some Elin, too. I'd love for my image to be worth 10 times my golf game. I'd ... More >>
Stephen Jones, Wade Phillips, Jerry Jones and some big whig from Ford kick off Cowboys Camp '09 by pretending to drive a pickup. Cue Brent Musberger: You are looking live!!! Let's do this every day, shall we? Okay, some days I'll split it into five observations from two separate practices ... More >>
Lisa Marie Presley is a singer-songwriter to be reckoned with
Hypocrites All, Love that Fruitcake, Big Deal
The latest environmental hazard in Dallas and the country is displacing homeowners, covering walls and pets, and making lawyers even richer. Welcome to the weird world of "black mold."
Don't always make good neighbors, especially in exclusive Flower Mound, where a nasty feud between the mayor and a newspaper publisher has blossomed into all-out war
Marshall Ball can't talk. So he listens to God. Everyone else listens to Marshall.
January 28 - February 3, 1999
Charlie and Bruce Robison make their country family-style
There's a little something for every minimalist at the Arlington Museum of Art
Willie Nelson and Johnny Cash are still our greatest Storytellers
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
After seven wacky years, 14 Records prepares to close its doors
Filmmaker and scandal-monger Kenneth Anger might be the grandfather of America's tabloid culture