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A 1-year-old child died after being left in a locked car in the parking lot of Frank Guzick Elementary School in Pleasant Grove. Comment?
Timing has never been kind to me. So it was just my usual temporal bad luck that Rice and Wheat opened its doors for business last Thursday. Comment?
A few months ago, Christopher Telles, who works with the TNT series Dallas announced plans for a scripted TV show called Goodrecords: The Series . Comment?
Dallas booty shaker and party maker DJ Sober is on tour right now gracing the East Coast with his presence and those smooth fades. Comment?
A while back, before his father retired as district attorney against a backdrop of small-town political intrigue , Collin County District Judge John Roach Jr. Comment?
Damn. Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings got me last night. I resisted, but he got me. Anyway, I finally found the answer to a question that has long nagged me. Comment?
When properly executed, the banh mi may be the greatest sandwich of all time. The balance of fatty flavors from mayonnaise, pate and other meats, with acidic pickles, is the perfect backdrop for Asian flavors like soy sauce and cilantro. Comment?
Financing a brewery, either in part or whole, through crowd funding campaigns like Kickstarter is a fascinating phenomenon. Comment?
Their bio on Jam Base chalks it up to a "magical combination of talent, perseverance and opportunity," but, whatever their secret, Forever the Sickest Kids has enjoyed a remarkably long run in the music business. Comment?
The cluster of restaurants around the intersection of La Vista Drive and Skillman Street is about to get a new addition. Comment?
Tom Clancy buffs are already well-acquainted with the USS Dallas. The 5,700-ton nuclear submarine, a hair longer than your standard football field, was a main player in The Hunt for Red October . Comment?
The 10 to 15 artists and musicians who performed at ArtLoveMagic's first "REACH" event in 2007 wasn't exactly what co-founder David Rodriguez had in mind. Comment?
KoolQuise's new EP, Small Time Lo$er , is definitively his. No overabundance of guest spots, no swagger-jacking flow or a grandiose gamble on riding a trends coattails. Comment?
Is there such a thing as the end of festival season here? I don't know. What I do know is that there are a couple more this weekend -- Fort Worth Music Festival features twang on Friday and fuzzy guitar bliss on Saturday. Comment?
Under a circular blue awning in Lewisville lies a fairly unmarked store with generic white letters reading, "DFW Vintage Toys." The change of worlds stepping inside is jarring -- it's like walking back 30 years and into your childhood. Comment?
The documentary Cafeteria Man lays out the uphill battle faced by Tony Geraci as he took on Baltimore school system bureaucrats to overhaul the school lunch program. Comment?
It's 5:30 on a Wednesday morning, and you're broke. Maybe you're short on rent. Maybe you need some beer. Comment?
Oncor, the Dallas-based sticks-and-wires utility, has collected half a billion dollars from ratepayers since 2007 for federal income taxes. Comment?
As day breaks in North Texas, residents are surveying the devastation wreaked by last night's storms. Comment?
William Shatner is back as a special Dallas Comic Con guest -- just another excuse for you to dive into three days comic book digging, celebrity appearances and costume one-upmanship. There's also a fundraiser at a biker bar, a beer pong battle suitable for straight-edgers, and one downright exciting day of art. Comment?