If you'll indulge us for a moment, Dallas we're going to briefly revisit one of the darkest points in our city's history, a time when an unspeakable tragedy plunged millions into a state of bewildered mourning from whence sprang talk of shadowy conspiracies. We're referring, of course, to the 2006 ... More >>
Dozens of teenage Explorers have been sexually assaulted by the cops they hoped to emulate.
The Indonesian Blood of Eagles is among the first dirty dozen titles selected for this year's Dallas International Film Festival.While in the middle of dealing with some South by Southwest film fest logistics, this announcement arrived from the Dallas International Film Festival: It's ready to de ... More >>
Rudy beat me to it, but for those wondering to whom Mayor Tom's been sending those come-to-Dallas iPhones, well, The Oregonian found one lucky recipient: Tim Boyle, the president and CEO of Columbia Sportswear. And while Boyle has no interest in moving his HQ outta the Pacific Northwest, why, he ... More >>
In Portland, where a former mayor once toyed with the idea of turning an overpass into a park, one columnist is very jealous that in Dallas, we're actually doing that very thing with the Woodall Rodgers Deck Park. And getting some of it funded with stimulus dough to boot. Because, gripes Jeff Mapes ... More >>
Sarah Jaffe Two weeks ago, we mentioned the forthcoming documentary titled At War, about U.S. combat troops stations in Afghanistan. It was directed and shot entirely by a former soldier-turned-photojournalist from Portland named Scott Kesterson, who spent a year in Afghanistan and is currently in D ... More >>
Mike Mills' debut is smart, funny, and gorgeously sad.
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