If you like anything passionately, Vanity Fair may have its sights set on you. The magazine has released a series of short videos bashing film and music snobs, and now they're taking aim at food nerds. Heirloom tomatoes are under attack, and the results are unfortunately hilarious and accurate. If ... More >>
The new HBO documentary The Out List was supposed to be a response to California's Proposition 8. But it turned into something bigger, director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders told Vanity Fair, where he's a contributing photographer. What it became is a series of interviews with 16 openly gay, lesbian, b ... More >>
Dallas Museum of ArtPortrait of Mrs. Emery Reves by Graham Sutherland, 1978A federal lawsuit filed in Dallas on Friday has all the makings of a Vanity Fair feature story, down to the famous names who make cameo appearances -- among them, President Franklin Roosevelt, Coco Chanel and Winston Churc ... More >>
In the summer of 1986, the Theatre Gallery was all about confronting the established aesthetic sensibilities of the comfortable arts patron. Basically, we loved to shock the shit out of people. Our venue existed to raise the bar on outrageousness and freedom of expression. Example: One of our ... More >>
In January, Penguin Press will publish Bryan Burrough's The Big Rich: The Rise and Fall of the Greatest Texas Oil Fortunes, about such men as H. L. Hunt, Clint Murchison, Hugh Roy Cullen and Glenn McCarthy, the latter of whom was more or less the inspiration for James Dean's Jett Rink in the 1956 fi ... More >>
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Minister G. Craige Lewis has one goal: Get hip-hop out of the church. Forever.
From Kelly to critics: I ain't going nowhere, darn it
Ray Liotta wants to know why he loses roles to...Owen Wilson?
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Heath Ledger's in no rush to be a star. Why's everyone else in a hurry?
In ABBA's old studio, Elvis Costello and Anne Sofie von Otter reinterpret pop music history
Texas Monthly's new man has plan: long stories, pop culture, and don't suck
How skateboarder and surfer dude Tracy Feith wheeled out of Dallas to become the latest, hottest thing in haute couture
Chris Rock's Bigger and Blacker than anyone, and his new album may be the funniest hip-hop album ever made
What happens when two pretty movie stars fall in love? Uh, got us!
Kacy Crowley savors the moment between anonymity and fame
William Morgan says he's just an innocent document dealer snared in a campaign finance scandal. And if you believe that, he has some old railroad bonds he wants to sell you.
Pervis fires up their new CD
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