From Local Soccer to the Olympics and Football in Iowa, Mark Followill Still Chases the Thrill of Sports Play-by-Play4 days ago | Arts & Culture News
Between a new school year starting for the kiddos and the addition of pumpkin spice into everything, autumn is an active, bustling season. And for each of the past several years, few — if any— sports broadcasters anywhere have been as busy as Dall...
5 days ago | Beer
It wasn’t that long ago when trying a local craft beer most likely meant having to personally visit a local brewery. As recently as 2012, beer coolers in North Texas grocery stores might’ve had some Rahr & Sons choices available, but that was ...
25 days ago | Beer
Receiving a tremendous amount of energetic encouragement from those closest to you is always a positive (unless they're cheering on your plans to commit suicide, maybe, or invade Poland, or your friend's name is Giuliani, but broadly speaking, yea...
1 month ago | Beer
Regardless of the hellish temperatures, fall officially arrives Sept. 23. For many, such a calendar designation means the arrival of football season, getting settled in a new school year or even a new slate of television shows that will almost cer...
1 month ago | Concert Reviews
In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Irish singer-songwriter Glen Hansard admitted that a friend of his has nicknamed him “Earnest Strum,” due to his penchant for “the type of exceedingly sincere, traditionally-rooted folk that Hansard has mostly ...
1 month ago | Coffee
For all of the frenzied development near the intersection of O’Connor and Las Colinas boulevards in Irving over the last two years, one vital element has been highly conspicuous in its absence: coffee. Thankfully for the cubicle warriors and apart...