Monthly Archives: April 2012

EPA’s Al Armandariz Resigns

Al Armendariz, administrator for the Environmental Protection Agency's Region 6 office in Dallas, resigned from that agency on April 29, following a firestorm that...

Texans Rally Against ‘War on Women’

Thousands of women, men and children from across the state gathered at the southern steps of the Capital on Saturday to protest state laws...

Mark Cuban’s Gift To The World

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban might have delivered the final wake-up call when he grew tired of the listless attitude and lazy play of...

National Press Yawns At Cowboys Draft

Dallas Cowboys executives are probably waking up with heads sore from celebratory imbibing, and rotator cuffs stiff from patting themselves on the back after...

Live Theatre League Awards

Fort Worth theatergoers, take note: Many of the coolest Tarrant County stage actors, directors, designers, technicians, volunteers, and philanthropists will gather together for the...

Jerry Jones Takes Bright Path To Morris Claiborne

The greatest local sports minds -- well, okay, my drinking buddies -- pretty much agree that Dallas Cowboys owner and general mis-manager Jerry Jones...

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

Local news sites have been buzzing about the little boy who didn’t get what he wanted at last night’s Rangers v. Yankees game. Mitch...

Americans Like To Water

The Arlington City Council killed a motion to enact permanent water restrictions after several residents lambasted the idea as "un-American." The mayors of Fort Worth,...

Film Shorts

OPENING: The Raven (R) John Cusack stars in this thriller as Edgar Allan Poe, who’s called on to help solve a string of murders in...

Night & Day

WED ▪ 25 UNT Symphony Orchestra closes out its season with some heavy religiosity this evening. Bernstein’s Chichester Psalms and Stravinsky’s Symphony of Psalms are...