The Sierra Blanca border patrol checkpoint is, at this point, the stuff of legend: If you're a musician and you pass through there, you're going to get popped for pot possession. You just are. Snoop Dogg, Fiona Apple, Willie Nelson -- all of them drove on Interstate 10, found themselves in that tin ... More >>
Last Thursday, Alicia Moore's friends and family members braved the rain for a somber vigil to call for the 16-year-old's killer to step forward. The murderer's identity was a mystery. She had last been seen alive on the afternoon of November 2 stepping off the school bus near her family's home. Fo ... More >>
It doesn't feel like the holiday season yet, but Spune Productions is ushering in the holiday spirit with its sixth annual Christmas Party tomorrow night at Hailey's Club in Denton. The festivities will include free (Christmas?) tacos, free wassail, and, of course, music. Telegraph Canyon is head ... More >>
Here you'll find the Petition In Support Of A House Censure For Representative Leo Berman and be able to "join the movement" -- which, truthfully, could be stronger. Despite a week's worth of news coverage concerning one man's efforts to reprimand the Tyler state representative for remarks made duri ... More >>
Ya know, if you squint real hard, Roky Erickson kinda looks like Brent Best, so you can pretend Roky was there, if you have to. File this under "We are complete jack-asses" or "Blame it on the music editor." So, yes, this week's issue of the paper version of Unfair Park contained a Critic's Pick abo ... More >>
In Texas, shoot as many feral pigs as you like. Just don't let your dog bite them.
Music fans from around North Texas turned out for the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth's Friday night screening of Be Here to Love Me, a new documentary about songwriting legend Townes Van Zandt. (Van Zandt, who was born in Cowtown, would have been 62 today.) The 8 p.m. screening was introduced by To ... More >>
Dallas SPCA's Dave Garcia and his investigators lead the charge against animal abuse
Townes Van Zandt left behind great songs for people to fight over
Texas consumers take on the whirlpool business--and that mysterious black crud shooting out of their bathtub jets
Van Zandt County
When Randy Angle disappeared, he left behind a multimillion-dollar fortune in a two-way radio -- and an ugly secret
A tax-subsidized marketing firm backs out of politics -- sort of
How taxpayers -- including you, if you hit the flea market in Canton -- are subsidizing the Christian right
Ruth Smith set out to enshrine a Cherokee battleground and started a war of her own
After a decade on death row, Andre Lewis grasps at straws Andre Lewis is a dead man waiting.