A small dagger pierced my heart when my wife told me our 27-year-old son's reaction to the news story she had emailed him about the n-word-using police commissioner in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire. He emailed her back: "Wow. Way up there." I took that to mean that our fifth-generation native-Texan son ... More >>
Dallas singer-songwriter Annie Clark has crafted a magnificent mythology on her own terms.
Tonight at House of Blues, the enigmatic Rodriguez takes the stage. The Detroit folk musician, also known as Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, released two albums to little acclaim in the late '60s and early '70s, and quickly faded into obscurity. Meanwhile, half a world away, those albums -- Cold Fact and Comi ... More >>
Sexy toppings can't hide an inferior hot dog.
Lyric Stage's production has brassy bawls; lots to see at Uptown Players' Pride Fest.
HBO probes a food genius in A Matter of Taste -- Serving Up Paul Liebrandt.Chef Paul Liebrandt is one of those maverick foodies who elicits equal parts admiration and dissent, love, fear and loathing in his equally distributed coterie of fans and detractors. To his adherents, he is that proto ... More >>
Denton's Good/Bad Art Collective takes its act to New York and hopes to survive the city's brutal art scene.