Most know Barry Kooda from his days in The Nervebreakers, a local punk act that good fortune smiled on in an awful big way in the '70s when they opened locally for The Boomtown Rats, The Police and even the grand triad of classic punk, The Ramones, Sex Pistols and The Clash. Kooda followed that peri ... More >>
Pennsylvania's Title Fight come to Dada on Tuesday, November 13, with Pianos Become the Teeth, Power Trip and Single Mothers, in support of latest album Floral Green. Guitarist Shane Moran took time out to share the band's musical influences, his first show, and remind us Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!! ex ... More >>
The tradition of open-pit barbecues in Texas predates the Civil War.
10. Barring a last-minute agreement, the NFL will cease operations as we know them tonight at 11 when the league's current collective bargaining agreement expires. The owners and players have met via mediation the last nine days with no significant movement. The owners, dealt a signific ... More >>
A Friend of Unfair Park and M.O.T. forwards us this link to tomorrow's big auction at the VFW Hall on S. Smith Street, off Walton Walker. Looks like Randall Hill Auctions, based in La Coste, is selling off some 1,000 pieces of World War II memorabilia -- including, oh, pistols and medals and bayonet ... More >>
The Dallas Morning News just got around to writing about the weekend poker-room raids conducted by the Dallas Police Department -- the result of "an investigation and a citizen complaint," as DPD Deputy Chief J.A. Bernal told our old Friend Dan Michalski immediately following the raid on the Audie M ... More >>
It's not easy being green in Richardson, but Emerald Mist should try