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  • Blogs

    February 16, 2012

    Passing Out Coins, And Thank-Yous, To World War II Veterans at the Dallas VA

    "When do we get to go home?" Alice Gossett inquired, a little irritably. She wore brown pajamas and soft purple booties. Tiny in her wheelchair, her feet didn't quite reach the ground. "As soon as we get our treat!" the nurse answered, beaming at her. Gossett was not impressed. "Never mind our t ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 11, 2008

    Notes from a Veteran's Son

    We'd be remiss this Veterans Day if we didn't point out this commentary that aired this morning on KERA-FM (90.1), courtesy attorney and good Friend of Unfair Park Bill Holston, an all-around swell human being. It's especially touching as Bill's father, now 86 and recently hospitalized, served in th ... More >>

  • Film

    September 25, 2008

    Miracle at Santa Anna

    No matter the runtime and budget, Spike Lee's World War II drama is an epic bore

  • News

    June 12, 2008


    DART comes up a billion bucks short, no worries. DART gets sued by a taxpayer for $5,000, watch the lawyers fly.

  • News

    September 19, 2002

    The Bad Tenant

    When the Navy abandoned ship at the Dallas Naval Air Station, it left an expensive mess behind

  • News

    August 2, 2001

    Rich Man, Poor Man

    Dallas architect Tom Stanley crafted buildings that endure on city skylines across the country, but his fortune and family wouldn't survive their own shaky foundations

  • Film

    December 16, 1999

    Little orphan Tobey

    Cider House recounts Homer's odyssey to find his very own life

  • News

    November 26, 1998

    Officer down

    Thirty-five years ago, Jesse Curry was Dallas' respected, popular police chief. Then Jack Ruby shot Lee Harvey Oswald, and Curry became just one more victim of the Kennedy assassination.