One year ago, or close enough, Stephen Page gave us a tour of his Texas Museum of Automotive History in Grand Place at Fair Park -- its temporary home, we were told, but an appropriate one, given the space's estimable past as the site where the Ford Motor Co. had its exhibit during the Texas Cent ... More >>
Friday evening, two groups of protesters, Occupy Dallas and Occupy the Federal Reserve, lined opposite side of N. Pearl Street at Woodall Rodgers in front of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. "We got sold out, Feds got bailed out!" Occupy Dallas protesters shouted in unison on the west side of Pea ... More >>
Baxter OdomPerhaps you saw the story: At 8 a.m. Monday, a Dallas Area Rapid Transit bus driver noticed a body lying along the Clark Street sidewalk just beneath the overpass where North Central Expressway becomes the Woodall Rodgers Freeway. The body was eventually identified as that of 24-year-o ... More >>
Even Buzz finds something to smile about in 2006
How do you help the homeless? Duh, give them a home.
The current Observer city columnist says the Calatrava bridges are a bust. The former Observer city columnist says they're gonna be the best things, like, ever! Not long after Jim Schutze's August 31 cover story on the Calatrava bridges, "Eye Candy for Suckers," hit the streets, I got a call from Ma ... More >>
Why is this man smiling (he is smiling, isn't he)? Because he's already got $103,000 to spend on running for mayor, and the race is still almost a year away. Just got back from City Hall, where I snagged copies of Gary Griffith and Laura Miller's campaign finance reports, which are due to the city's ... More >>
Why council members love Mr. Hunt so much
Politicians create flooding, not the Bible
1999, the year Bill Rojas brought panic and paranoia to DISD. But was there any other good news? Buzz takes a look back.
Dallas attorney Darrell Jordan wants to cover the Cotton Bowl--anyone got $150 million to spare?