It's safe to say that Museum Tower is losing its public relations battle against the Nasher Sculpture Center. The Nasher has marshaled support from the city's business and civic elite, successfully casting its neighbor as some hyper-phallic monstrosity bent on scorching anything in its path, while M ... More >>
Surveying the great diva's checkered film career.
Dolly Parton and Queen Latifah are rolling in something, but it's not holy.
Yet another reunion show recalling Deep Ellum's glory days is in the works as The Buck Pets, whose history Jeff Liles tackled in Echoes and Reverberations last year, will play Trees Saturday, April 10. We haven't heard any kind of formal announcement yet, but the calendar on the Trees MySpace page c ... More >>
Maybe you noticed (over to the right, beneath our Twitter Updates header) that yesterday, The New York Times took A Peek Into Netflix Queues in 12 U.S. cities, including Dallas. The breakdown's by zip code and ranks the top rentals of '09 -- and most zips find The Curious Case of Benjamin Button ... More >>
Elm Street-based Blockbuster's stock is tanking this morning -- down more than 27 percent before the sun's even warm, to about 83 cents. It was bound to happen following yesterday's quarterly report, which noted a 20-percent drop in total revenues over the same period in '08. But, fear not, CEO Jim ... More >>
Charley PrideMentioned a couple of months back that Elvis Mitchell was in town interviewing T.D. Jakes for his talkumentary The Black List: Volume Two, a sequel to last year's star-studded Volume One that aired on HBO following its Sundance bow. Volume Two debuts on February 26 -- and it'll actually ... More >>
Been a long while since I've heard the name Bob Gale, who was quite the big deal back in the early 1980s for having written the likes of Used Cars and Back to the Future, both for Robert Zemeckis, with whom he was Oscar-nominated in '86. (Gale also wrote the Back to the Future sequels -- and 1941, u ... More >>
Summer '08: Batman saved the season, while a little Sex went a long way and the indies went south
Akeelah spells out a fantasy that feels wonderfully real
Serial killer, masked man and ghetto diva--but, dang it, not in the same show
We don't like Madea Goes to Jail, but then that's not the point, is it?
Big hand for Quad C's puppet Rocky Horror; DTC marries into the myths of Wife
Single sisters shouldn't settle?