Monthly Archives: May 2011

GenTX Day On Friday For Kids Considering College

Anyone preparing for college or even weighing the merits of college versus work might want to check out GenTX Day this Friday. GenTX events...

Weekend Tip: Die!

A Christian group's interpretation of the Bible says that a giant earthquake on Saturday will destroy the world. That's a year and a half before...

Local Teacher Jailed for Sex

The criminalization of consensual sex between adults is immoral, and it’s playing out in a particularly obnoxious way right now: Kennedale High School teacher...

Cathy Hirt Not Ready To Endorse Mayor

Fresh off her third-place finish in this weekend's mayoral election, Cathy Hirt isn't quick to endorse either Jim Lane or Betsy Price. The runoff election...

200-Pound Gar Caught On Rod And Reel In Trinity

Some of my best childhood memories revolve around fishing trips to the Trinity River, and I particularly remember dealing with alligator gar. My dad, uncle,...

Civil Rights Investigation in Progress at AHHS

Officials from the United States Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights have confirmed  that the office is investigating the allegations of disparate treatment...

Dupree’s “NYT” Obit

Local media reported the recent passing of the great session guitarist and bandleader Cornell Dupree in Fort Worth. The New York Times took note...

Palazzolo Case Continued

                        A decision just released by the Texas Commissioner of Education on Joe Palazzolo’s appeal of his firing by Superintendent Melody Johnson has...

Breaking News — Joe Palazzolo Reinstated Pending Rehearing

Breaking News. A decision just released by the Texas Commissioner of Education has the effect of reinstating Joe Palazzolo, whistleblower and former assistant principal at...

More Fun With “Bridesmaids”

My fellow movie critics, both male and female, seem to be in step with me in finding Bridesmaids to be hilarious, but as usual...