Chris Kluwe is prying open America's last closet: major-league sports.
Schapiro Group data wasn't questioned by mainstream media
In July 2008, federal authorities arrested a Carrollton man named Joseph Kelly Lara, whom the feds had accused of creating a phony name (Nick DeAngelis Mancuso) and a fake job (securities attorney and investment professional), which he then used to sell securities (including Google stock) he claimed ... More >>
Your daily dose of national music news for Wednesday, April 29, 2009...Are you tired of your husband or boyfriend always wanting to have sex with you? Well your prayers have been answered: Courtney Love is opening a lingerie store.Pearl Jam aren't selling out, they're buying in. The band ... More >>
We gotta give Houston some credit. Sure, the city continues to suffer from its reputation as the home of Texas-sized residents, consistently placint near the top of Men's Health's over-hyped, under-researched "Fattest Cities" list...but at least people are doing something about it. The Chronicle ... More >>
I have seen the future, and it is Frisco
A full book report is forthcoming; Schutze has been handed his homework -- a copy of Harvey Graff's The Dallas Myth: The Making and Unmaking of an American City, being published this month by the University of Minnesota Press. Graff, currently a professor of English and history at Ohio State Univers ... More >>
The team invested in its ruffian running back and must now find a way to protect him
Dallas Is Banking On Ethanol, But Is It The Fuel Of The Future Or A Barrel Of Pork?
It's overpriced, it's gaudy and we have to put it on a credit card. Yep, that Calatrava bridge says Dallas all over.
Zubar's elixirs and Erotica
How far can a video-game champ go? Ask Matt Leto.
Nobel laureate Norman Borlaug is credited with saving the lives of 1 billion people. So why is a small cadre of activists bent on tarnishing his legacy?
In another holy war, the battle plan is to turn Muslims into Bible believers
The latest environmental hazard in Dallas and the country is displacing homeowners, covering walls and pets, and making lawyers even richer. Welcome to the weird world of "black mold."