There is some magic to the heat of August in Texas. It's sticky and unrelenting, and in the right moment, it's sexy. It unites us, even if only in complaint. So when an invitation to an anniversary party in the back lot of Studio 410 made the rounds, there was no question about whether or not to sta ... More >>
Blues veteran Jim Suhler takes us on a tour of the city's musical past.
Baseball story blends stats with heart.
The stats say no. Here's hoping the stats lie.
10. Not sure he remembers any of it, but lead singer Scott Weiland put on quite the show Wednesday night. Two words: Fucked. Up. 9. Among his amusing, entertaining offerings: "The thing I love about Texas is you've got soul. I don't care about politics, you guys care about your community." ... More >>
10. For a couple of anxious minutes last Friday the Cowboys thought they'd signed Nnamdi Asomugha. Then on Monday for a curious second we thought they'd acquired Bears' receiver/returner Devin Hester. Huh is right. DallasCowboys.com sent out a text/Tweet yesterday announcing "Cowboys Si ... More >>
G.D. Spradlin as Coach StrotherOklahoma native G.D. Spradlin was many things before he became an actor: attorney, oilman, politico, scholar, wealthy. But at some point he decided all of that wasn't enough, and turned to his greatest passion: acting. And so his became, in a short time, an estimabl ... More >>
The Mavs are NBA champions, but are they the best team in franchise history?
If there's less post-draft buzz than usual, it's because the Cowboys for once went substance over style.
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *This is why I thought Ron Washington should have been fired on the spot last summer when he first told Texas Rangers' management about his cocaine use: He can't be trusted. Twice in the last two w ... More >>
Don't know if I'll be able to watch when Texas Stadium's memories are reduced to mush.Spent yesterday afternoon out at Cowboys Stadium, where about 30 mayors - from Southlake to Sunnyvale - convened for an update as to the goings-on about Super Bowl XLV. By the way, 445 days and counting . ... More >>
Apparently, somebody at Dallas City Hall is cleaning out the prize closet to make a few extra dollars during the budget crunch.Every so often, just for grins, I check out the auctions at Lone Star Online, which the city of Dallas, Dallas Area Rapid Transit, the Dallas Independent School District and ... More >>
Four games and one auction left before our grand ol' theater is ... flattened? Three … Two … One … Go! To Texas Stadium’s going-out-of-business sale, that is. The official Texas Stadium auction begins this morning right here. From today through Dec. 6, fans can bid on select memora ... More >>
Texas-OU is great and all, but what about the Cotton Bowl's other 51 Saturdays a year?
The Cowboys are counting on NFL outlaw Pacman Jones to pop the top on their sixth Super Bowl.
Like it or not, relocation is the right Cotton-pickin' decision.
Byron Nelson's departure doesn't leave his tournament empty
March Madness ain't nothing compared to Ambush Alley
Feel-good football tale scores with charm and sincerity
With Terrell Owens, which comes first--the Super Bowl ring or the explosion?
Blinded by desperation, Cowboys refuse to see T.O. as B.S.
Sports' smallest acts often come laced with giant implications
They play like it's 1950, so why shouldn't the Cowboys air on an oldies station?
The Buck passes as Rangers go riches to rags
Did the intern blow it? No.
PDNB Gallery gives a left hook with The Best of Neil Leifer
Sportswriter Bob St. John remembers the not-quite-glory days
Plus: Beatle Mush, Beyond Her Nose, Parking Payback
At last, a winner
A small town turns away from a football hero convicted of drug crimes
The Replacements can't even score with Gene Hackman on the team
Stone fumbles the rock in Any Given Sunday
Eighteen months ago, the former Cowboys hero was drinking and drugging his way to disaster. Now he's clean, sober, and planning to stay that way.
An insurance company has been paying ex-Cowboys workers comp, but Jerry Jones insists it's not his problem
Odd sights--and musings--at Mickey Mantle's funeral