On February 5, U.S. Postal Inspectors customs agents were doing a routine inspection at the North Texas Processing and Distribution Center when they spotted a package freshly arrived from Singapore and destined for a home address in Crowley. The customs agents opened the mail -- they have the autho ... More >>
When most people think of Neon Indian, a few things probably come to mind -- a nostalgia-filled sound, chillwave, missed opportunities to drop acid with a friend, bizarre infomercials and so on. Fitting, then, that this week's top poster combines a few of those ideas.
Just got off the phone with the great Bud Buschardt, for whom I had a question about something I never knew existed, which we'll get to tomorrow. At which point Bud, a longtime WFAA man teaching RTVF at UNT, told me a few other things. Then, he said: "You know, Mike Rabon of the Five Americans has w ... More >>
Movie mogul taps into his inner child
Uncle Sam wants you--especially if you're Latino
The Wrestling Season takes a strong hold on tough teen issues; Den of Thieves steals time
Mel Gibson's dad doesn't think so
In 1946, a serial killer haunted sleepy Texarkana, stalking his victims under the cover of night. Investigators wonder if he died decades later in a Dallas rest home--or simply disappeared.
With his mob connections and starlet phone numbers, Dick Contino was the coolest accordionist in 1950s L.A. -- which is why he's James Ellroy's buddy
Mary Lou Lord nears the end of her 15 minutes
Dallas blues history according to two who lived it
The City of Dallas could make a fortune from WRR-FM. But powerful friends don't want anything to change at their little radio station.
Bobby Patterson, Dallas' great unsung soul singer, gets his Second chance
Jo Ann Miller spent 21 years nurturing the Granbury Opera House. But she won't be around for the final curtain.
Gryphon Players' The Living can't face the feeling of wholesale suffering