James A. Keith
10 years ago | Arts & Culture News
Located beneath the concrete silhouette of downtown, a lone figure rides a painted horse through a vibrant field of fresh and weathered graves. His glowing, amber eyes stand vigil against a threatening horizon overtaking the great American plains....
10 years ago | DFW Music News
Nothing says "American" like the electric guitar. For decades, the sculpted lines, illustrious finishes and unique tones of these instruments have inspired a variety of musical styles that have defined our culture around the world. Ultimately, not...
10 years ago | City Hall
From the beginning of last night's forum at the Avalon at Kessler Park, questions from the crowd of nearly 100 District 3 residents focused squarely on natural gas drilling and incumbent city council member Dave Neumann's ties to the industry. Neu...
10 years ago
What would you do for a year's worth of free Whataburgers? (Now, now, be nice. It's free.) In celebration of the opening of Coppell's first Whataburger, 730 N. Denton Tap Road, each of the store's first 20 customers will win one free Whataburger p...
10 years ago | Sports
In a crowded room deep within the substratum of Rangers Ballpark in Arlington, team president-turned-CEO Nolan Ryan tried to cast Chuck Greenberg's surprising departure this morning in a positive light heading into the new season. Leaving after on...
10 years ago
With SXSW coming up in just a couple weeks, you might be trying to figure out a way to work a trip down to Austin into your schedule and your budget. I have one answer: Austin on a 24-hour turnaround is not all that hard to pull off. A few...