Knowing the ending doesn't kill the thrills in the hunt for Bin Laden.
As it turns out, the United States Postal Service is looking at shuttering several post offices in the city -- not just the main processing facility on IH-30, but also its locations in the Earle Cabell Federal Building (known as "Station C"), the Belmont Finance Station on Greenville Avenue and t ... More >>
Stephen MaskerRhett MillerConsidering that this upcoming September 11th will serve as the ten-year anniversary of the day the Twin Towers fell, the fact The Atlantic is using its September issue to look back on 9/11 isn't all that surprising. The fact that the highly regarded publication asked Ol ... More >>
Rais BhuiyanTwice we've written about Rais Bhuiyan, who, on September 21, 2001, was working behind the counter of a Pleasant Grove Texaco station when a man with a shotgun entered the store and shot him in the face. Bhuiyan, who was 27 at the time, thought he was being robbed. He wasn't: Mark Str ... More >>
George W. Bush Presidential CenterThe baseball Bush used to throw out the first pitch of Game 3 of the World Series in New York City after September 11, 2001They won't break ground on the George W. Bush Presidential Center at SMU till November 16, around the time his book's released. But beginnin ... More >>
Ozman Kazan, outreach coordinator for the Dallas Islamic Center, isn't planning any political discussions for tonight's interfaith Iftar dinner at Congregation Kol-Ami in Flower Mound. "There are things going on, and we are aware of those things," says Kazan, obliquely referencing the anti-I ... More >>
Just when it looked like Debra Medina could maybe possibly somehow sneak her way past Kay Bailey Hutchison into a runoff with Rick Perry for a chance to grab the Republican nomination in November's gubernatorial election, she melted down during an interview this morning with Glenn Beck, who questio ... More >>
After the jump, the official Trammell Crow obituary sent to local media today. But first, this information concerning services scheduled for Monday:A public service will be held on Monday, January 19, 2009 at 11:00 a.m. at Highland Park United Methodist Church, located at 3300 Mockingbird Lane, Dall ... More >>
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Gordon Bellamy Among the paid obituaries in The Dallas Morning News today was the notice that Gordon Bellamy died Tuesday in New York. The 70-year-old Bellamy, a Dallas native and graduate of Crozier Tech, was a respected animator in the motion picture business; among his credits were such films as ... More >>
Director Courtney Hunt, accepting the Grand Jury Prize in the U.S. Dramatic Competition from Quentin Tarantino for her film Frozen River PARK CITY, Utah -- As the 2008 Sundance Film Festival drew to a close with a bizarrely country-and-western-themed awards ceremony hosted by William H. Macy, a jury ... More >>
Cloverfield is a big, dumb monster movie about nothing
Peter Berg sends Jamie Foxx to fight the enemy over there in The Kingdom
DJ Tommie Sunshine finds beauty amongst the ruins
Why We Fight probes America's passion for war
Protocols of Zion takes a hard look at those who fear Jews
Spielberg's War hikes up the gore, and that ain't a bad thing
Exercise sucks. Let's try hypnosis.
Want some privacy? Don't leave your house.
Though it's named after a dog, Iris is no mutt
Time is not money for Super Furry Animals
Why can't Americans make TV shows as good as Brit import MI-5?
A writer helps a New York City fireman mourn his Guys
Looking for counterfeit goods, sheriff's deputies go bargain hunting
But just think, no one hates TV more than Trent Lott
Two Dallas suburbanites put art and science to work unraveling the mysteries of the dead
Don't like where Sonic Youth is going? Wait. They'll be back.
Three shows use the power of language to explore love, death and difference
Michael Moore introduces a few Stupid White Men
For the members of the Coup, there's nothing part time about revolution
Plus: She's a Keepie, The Fix Is In, Kill Us With Crap
Aussie badass (and Time columnist) Robert Hughes speaks at SMU's Tate Lecture Series
You sure you wanna be a part of it?
Edward Burns' Sidewalks does more talking than walking
Some Explicit Polaroids offers up snaps of the self-absorbed
A manual tells terrorist recruits how--and why--they should wage unholy war
The effects of the terrorist attacks ripple through the restaurant industry
How did the juvenile jokesters at The Ticket respond to real-life terror? Real well.