There’s nothing wrong with criticism, but a Dallas chef’s online harassment campaign against the daily paper’s restaurant critic shows his poor taste.
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A new publisher in Dallas, of all places, is on a mission to bring international fiction to an American audience. Mexican writer Carmen Boullosa’s border novel “Texas: The Great Theft” is the first book published by Deep Vellum.
Observer Radio discusses what’s next for Denton activists now that the city has banned fracking. Also, repurposing Dallas’ abandoned jails.
Mark Lamster, architecture critic at the Dallas Morning News, says Dallas should convert its many abandoned jails into hotels, schools and other facilities.
Merritt Tierce’s Love Me Back is a lurid book full of unpleasant characters doing nasty things to one another.
To build the party, Texas Dems need great candidates to run in elections where defeat seems virtually guaranteed. Sameena Karmally is doing her bit.
in Texas it is our cities that are left to seriously grapple with citizens’ most urgent needs.
In Dallas and San Antonio, a payday loan business owned by state Rep. Gary Elkins faces criminal prosecutions for allegedly violating city ordinances.
For helping to pass an anti-fracking ordinance in Dallas, Raymond Crawford is a tyrant’s foe.
Jason Mellard tracks the changing face of Texas in popular culture in his new book Progressive Country.