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Man. We remember a time, long ago last legislative session, when all your state lawmakers wanted to do was talk about abortion and how much they hated it. Comment?
Glen Reynolds certainly has a lot of momentum behind him these days. He recently released his second solo album, Breakbeat Ice Beneath Me, but this time, he's using the moniker of Grey. Comment?
T his is a good time to reflect on the difficulty of finding truth in the battle over school reform in Dallas, because at this moment I don't seem to be able to get through the front door. Comment?
Today is a key moment in the battle for school reform in Dallas, as a list of school principals to be fired goes before the school board. Comment?
Lark on the Park, which I review in this week's paper , feels like the start of something to me. Comment?
It's almost tradition by now. Every year at Exxon's annual shareholder's meeting, New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, who oversees state employees' retirement dollars, introduces a resolution calling for the company to ban discrimination against gay and transgendered employees. Comment?
At sunrise on Wednesday, an airplane took off from Phoenix International Airport, eventually landing 1,000 miles to the east in Dallas. Comment?
Hello again, all! So, what you may not know is that each week I try to decide which picture of which band should go at the top of this weekly blog post. Comment?
Remember last year when we stumbled on Stephan Pyles' Twitter feed? The chef was traveling around Mexico, gathering ideas for menu items for Stampede 66, and tweeting up a storm. Comment?
Prepare for extreme leisure, Dallas. The next four days are filled with drag queens, water balloon battles, brewery celebrations, rotten tomato chucking and top secret art shows. Comment?
Harold Simmons, the Dallas billionaire and owner of a West Texas radioactive-waste dump, won yet another tailor-made piece of legislation Tuesday. Comment?
A Dallas County jury has found Donald Cuba not guilty of rape, The Dallas Morning News ' Melissa Repko is reporting. Comment?
Each week we track down a chef for a few burning questions. This week, Omar Flores at Driftwood shares some cookbook advice, spills on a few crazy requests and has a suggestion for a damn good margarita. Comment?
Last fall, 20-year-old SMU junior Donald Cuba was indicted on charges of raping a fellow student in a dorm room . Comment?
Christian Chavarria is a talented jazz musician, and former UNT Jazz student, who has become so tireless in his trek to grow, produce and expose young artists he's had to backburner his own projects for now. Comment?
It was the murder of Deanna Cook, more than anything else, that forced the city of Dallas to take a hard look at its 911 call center . Comment?
We've all been there, hopefully: that moment in the adult world when we're invited to dinner by another grown-up. Specifically a grown-up we're not close enough with to have the understanding that grabbing a case of Shiner and showing up "whenever" is appropriate. Comment?
Deep Ellum Brewing Co. will host their 3rd Annual Brew-B-Que this Sunday, an event that was a launch party of sorts back in 2011. Comment?
When Dallas police found Robert Schneider on the wrong side of a six-foot barbed-wire fence at Love Field in March, the 55-year-old at least had the wherewithal not to yell "jihad," or "Jesus" for that matter. Comment?
Between the end of this past weekend's Byron Nelson and the start this week of the Colonial in Fort Worth, the professional golf world had a bit of time to kill in Dallas. Comment?