In April, Jabin Bogan was transporting 268,000 rounds of ammunition from Tennessee to a gun shop in Arizona when he took a wrong turn. "He told me he was coming from the warehouse, missed a turn, and was stuck one-way going south," Bogan's manager at Demco Express, Dennis Mekenye, told ABC News. " ... More >>
Death, destruction and the end of humanity: Dallas pastor Irvin Baxter is building a media juggernaut by predicting the very worst.
Islam Karimov is the president of Uzbekistan; he's also widely known as a brutal dictator accused of the systematic use of torture. His regime is charged with things like boiling political dissidents to death and forcibly sterilizing women. Now one of his daughters, who's well-disliked in her own ri ... More >>
Bloody Bosnia gets a coating of Hollywood sanctimony.
Photos by Anna MerlanA seemingly run-of-the-mill downtown development press conference had two surprise guests.‚ÄčOver the years, the re-do of the Continental Building downtown has started to feel like a bit like Guns N' Roses's Chinese Democracy. Forest City, the developers behind turning the vaca ... More >>
Just got off the phone with a lovely young lass from PETA, America's favorite activist group turned performance troupe. They're always really nice to talk to, those PETA folks, right until they start trying to reincarnate your lunch. Apparently they had applied for a booth at the State Fair of Texa ... More >>
Keith KlenowskiThe National‚ÄčIn this week's print edition we featured The National's Saturday show at the House of Blues. But the article--concentrating mostly on the band's latest album, High Violet--offered only a glimpse into an interview with bassist Scott Devendorf. Here, we're giving you the ... More >>
Photo by Robert BostickIf you ask a random Dallasite to name the best local restaurant, the answer might well be The Mansion on Turtle Creek at the Rosewood Hotel. Ask that same person when they last ate at the 30-year-old Dallas icon, however, and you just might elicit a long pause. This tre ... More >>
Looks like this time they picked the wrong country.
America prepares to shutter the infamous prison camp, and jihad looms
Soderbergh's two Che Guevara films in one four-hour sitting
How radio show host Howard Garrett pushed Dallas to the center of the organic gardening movement through passion, principle and molasses
Songs by committed vegan Moby play in the background as we dine on our red and dripping prime rib
Two hardened journalists and a newbie go after a war criminal in this dark and dirty winner
Minister to despots across the globe, evangelist K.A. Paul just needs a few tons of jet fuel--and a safer plane--to keep up Godís work
Helped by a Dallas volunteer, Ugandan orphans drum up donations
We twist open 2005 for a nip. Is this a sign of things to come?
A former DPD assistant chief over narcotics says she was made a patsy by the city
Plus: Liberal Libations
Plus: UTD orders investigation of Waterview
Plus: Aid Needs Aid; The Second Front
Alice Walker opens her heart
Clonie Gowen is good for poker. So, how good is Clonie Gowen?
Lesson 2: Hamlet dares to prune Danish tragedy
for laughs; Wedding fails to engage
A whiz of a Wizard at DSM; Henry IV pulls an all-nighter in the park
Scott's Black Hawk Down pays grim, gritty homage to real-life warriors
Boys will be boys, especially in Nuevo Laredo, Where legal prostitution draws generations of Texas men across the border for cheap, sleazy and anonymous sex
Andrew Beal spent $200 million trying to launch rockets without Uncle Sam's help. His dream went down in flames
Why young, degenerate, cocksure Republicans love drugs, guns, and Bush
A supermodel flies high and falls fast in Arcand's witty, stylish Stardom
When Randy Angle disappeared, he left behind a multimillion-dollar fortune in a two-way radio -- and an ugly secret
Ray Charles rules a far-flung kingdom
Two generations master an ancient art
It's no secret--Austin Powers is one swingin' mess
Wednesday, April 3, 1996 Arlington, Gateway to Pantego
Undermain's challenging Sarajevo captures the soul of a lost city
After Oklahoma City, angry white men gather at a Dallas motel
We cannot let evil cowards make us less free
How a mythic Texas family won the gratitude of a dictator