Cheap beer, affordable tickets, swanky surroundings — what’s not to like about minor and independent league baseball parks?
The twittersphere has been all a-flutter with Kanyemania. A lot of cultural dialogue on social media has been in the vein of his new album, new baby, or new interview. Though you're probably dying to hear more opinions regarding these topics, we've decided to widen the focus a bit on #raptwitter thi ... More >>
Ralph Isenberg and Domingo Garcia haven't always been enemies. Back in 2010, in fact, they were all set to dine together at a fundraiser with President Obama, until Isenberg was unceremoniously disinvited by the White House. Their relationship has since gone south, reaching its nadir this month wit ... More >>
The internet is a perfectly efficient outrage generator. People need things to be super-pissed about, so that they can express their social positions to their friends; they burn through that outrage in an orgy of vague, well-intentioned social media protest; they look for something else to be super- ... More >>
Step 1: Be terrible. Step 2: Count the money. Repeat both steps as necessary.
When a teenage girl from small-town Minnesota disappeared with a man 12 years older, everyone knew where they went. So why didn't anyone look?
How insiders use the bowl system to loot the colleges that support it.
Bella and Edward lock it down in Breaking Dawn – Part 1
One week ago today I received an e-mail from a "large stockholder" in Blockbuster -- a gentleman high on the movie-studio food chain, as a matter of fact. He copied me on a missive he sent to the Securities and Exchange Commission in which he asked what in the wide, wide world of sports he could ... More >>
Erykah Badu at Good Records on Saturday, April 18 Happy belated birthday, Bill Wisener! The owner of Bill's Records on Lamar Street celebrated his 65th birthday and National Record Store Day with the eccentric First Lady of Neo-Soul and Dallas-native Erykah Badu (among others) at Good Records.  ... More >>
Last night, the U.S. Attorney's Office sent word that at 11 a.m. today there would a media conference at the Earle Cabell Federal Building downtown "to announce developments in a pending investigation." This morning, a second missive arrived with further details: Acting U.S. Attorney James Jacks; Ro ... More >>
Local swingers think life is a bowl of cherries, but Duncanville wants to spit out the Pit
No one understands the world of major-label rap better
Well, you can't say you didn't see it coming. Exactly four months after Citigroup analyst Eileen Furukawa upgraded Belo Corp.'s stock from "hold" to "buy" based on the value of company's TV properties alone, The Dallas Morning News and WFAA-TV's parent company announced, yup, it's separating its new ... More >>
Robert Decherd, looking happy -- seriously Yesterday, we posted the nutty -- by which we mean, totally credible and completely reasonable -- press release from Dallas-based Life Media Network International, in wihch it said it's planning by year's end "to acquire major media assets and companies," ... More >>
Jerry Ambrozuk, the man Plano residents knew as Michael Smith, wanted him some Internet love. Got him in trouble. Usually does, trust us. A personal ad appears to have been the undoing of Jaroslaw "Jerry" Ambrozuk, the Canadian fugitive living large in Plano under the pseudonym Michael Lee Smith. Ye ... More >>
Even girls like to blow things up real good--in videogames, that is
In a Lancaster gym, Greg Hatley is raising boxing champions, but the best fighter he ever saw isn't among them
Mark Cuban, you so smart!
You can have an Atomic time at this West End sushi joint
Why are these Dallas high-tech hotshots chucking the action, gore and riches of the computer gaming world to hawk a genteel digital magazine?
The record industry crippled Napster with litigation. But has it made things worse for itself?
Check out the, uh, interesting artwork on Lift to Experience's debut album
Silverman's bitter "comedy" is enough to make you turn off your heartlight
Seventeen-year-old Bryce Avary prepares for The Rocket Summer
Luscious Jackson's Jill Cuniff explains why it shouldn't be called "news"
We'll try to write something good
Dallas activists fight
for a living wage from city contractors
iSong.com breaks down the last barrier to being a musician -- leaving the house
At a hotel near you, learn how to mine the riches of the Internet for millions
Everything I need to know about the modern American teen I learned by going to the movies
Local music exec's departure is a sign of better things than you might at first think
Big Shots makes eating in front of the tube a guilty pleasure