Update at 2:40 p.m.: WFAA's Rebecca Lopez reports that the victim is a Mexican national named Juan Guerrero Chapa believed to be working for a drug cartel. News 8 has confirmed victim in Southlake shooting is Juan Guerrero Chapa. A mexican natl. believed to work for drug cartel. He's an attorney&md ... More >>
Yesterday morning, a man walked into the Victoria's Secret at Mockingbird Station, grabbed $2,000 worth of shirts, sweatshirts and sweatpants, then ran from the store into a waiting Dodge Durango. It was, the Morning News noted, the fourth such theft from the location in about as many months. They ... More >>
Police are on the lookout for a 6'2", 300-pound Hispanic man who conducted a brief but successful raid on the Victoria's Secret at Mockingbird Station. According to a police report, the man walked into the store through the front door, grabbed 20 sets of pajamas -- a $700 value -- then left through ... More >>
If the security guard wasn't suspicious when a bald, heavily tattooed Hispanic man walked into the Victoria's Secret at Mockingbird Station early yesterday afternoon -- those post-Christmas sales are admittedly hard to pass up -- she soon became so as she watched him walk to a display and grab, oh, ... More >>
Cowboys Stadium has pretty much everything Jerry Jones could imagine packing into a single building, but if there's one thing it lacks, it's a certain feminine touch. No longer. The Cowboys announced yesterday that Victoria's Secret will open a PINK store at JerryWorld on Monday, just a few hours b ... More >>
It's over 100 degrees these days. I know because, in addition to the endless polite conversations I've had regarding the topic, you keep taking pictures of thermometers. There is no ocean breeze to save us on these plains. There is only one savior: the pool. Enter Ku De Ta, where the membership is ... More >>
Meant to get to this two days ago, when Texas Rangers Executive Vice President of Communications John Blake sent out the announcement, but it's not too late to make it to NorthPark Center by 1 p.m. That's when C.J. Wilson and Chanel Iman (well, hello) are scheduled to stop by Victoria's Secret to ... More >>
Photos by Sarah Johnson Grilled Lamb Chops Demonstrated by Domingos Noronha of Fogo de Chao Brazil is known for many things other than producing Victoria Secret supermodels. It has elaborate festivals, beautiful beaches,and here at City of Ate we thank the country for introducing us to churrasc ... More >>
Signs like this one decorate dozens of empty storefronts at Valley View Center.When I was a kid, Valley View was my mall -- bought my first skateboard (a Powell-Peralta purchased at the stand beneath the escalators), my first album (KISS's Double Platinum at the Disc Records) and my first guitar ... More >>
Jesse HugheyEach week the Dude Food guys assess the 'masculinity' of Dallas area dives. The more fried meat and junk on the walls, the better the rating...Humperdink's 6050 Greenville Ave.214-368-1203Dude Factor: 7, or "____ her? I hardly know her!" on a scale of 1 ("...OF COCK.") to 10 ("That's ... More >>
With a gutsy win in Washington the Cowboys saved their season and restored our hope. Now what?
Seeing Sounds (Star Trak/Interscope)
With so many major company-sponsored shows stopping in town this month, we're starting to wonder just how far this trend might go
Try a little Mexican food without the gloop and refrieds
Mike White's low-key debut makes nice while slyly nipping at suburban America
: At Rafain Brazilian Churrascaria, all you can eat is less than you think
Inside the mind--and suitcase--of Sandra Bridewell, religious charlatan
All the Best Jai and My New Man Love Her, Hate Her
The Maddox Shop
Victoria's shares its secret
Plus: Mo' Mavs
When it comes to Dallas' practice of prosecuting low-level porn clerks, jurors know hypocrisy when they see it
Don't get malled. This year, do your business al fresco.
Just $25,000 gets you a bundle of hot Russian babes from one Dallas matchmaking firm. What more could a rich American geek ever ask for?
Businessman Jim Blythe lends a hand in the wrong places, employees say
Wealthy Waco businessman Brian Pardo spends his time and money helping death-row inmates he believes are innocent. His efforts on behalf of Darlie Routier have raised suspicions about her husband--and about Pardo's motives.
Bistro A scores straight, solid grades
Albert Brooks keeps asking, "Mother, may I?" and the answer's a resounding...maybe
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX