Two years before Kennedy was shot, extremism was already burning in Dallas. Then the Morning News fanned the flames.
Interesting story in The Dallas Morning News today by Selwyn Crawford about growing national popularity for Juneteenth, a holiday originally thought to be strictly a Texas thing. Juneteenth marks the official emancipation of slaves in Texas in 1865, two years after Abraham Lincoln's Emancipation Pro ... More >>
Sean Watkins has been kicking around the music biz for many years now. As perhaps the least-heralded member of the now-dormant roots group Nickel Creek, he shared the stage with his sister, Sara, who is now enjoying solo success and the recently crowned "genius," and mandolin virtuoso, Chris Thile, ... More >>
Courtesy the Old Oak Cliff Conservation LeagueThe WPA pergola as it looked in 1945 ...Schutze wrote the other day that Oak Cliff gets stuff done despite Dallas City Hall. Which is fine, until City Hall does get involved: The Friends of Oak Cliff Parks have been out and about in recent weeks warni ... More >>
Can't say we didn't warn you: Back in May we offered up the heads-up that the city was giving away money to folks who could prove they really, really loved their neighborhood and just needed a few thou to take care of some pet projects. Turns out, 30 groups applied for the Loving My Community Nei ... More >>
The DMA's great American paper chase
Why don't tourists flock to the meteor crater outside of Odessa? Because most don't know a bona fide Texas treasure from a hole in the ground.
When black and white histories collided in their small town, Phyllis Allen and fellow church members made sure Mansfield didn't white-wash the truth.
Dick Armey will eat his lunch.