The Deep Ellum Arts Festival is Open

April 3, 2015

By Jacy Cox The Deep Ellum Arts Festival is back again this year on Easter weekend. It’s a glorious time to leave the kids at home, come downtown, and soak in that deep fried goodness. […]

VCU’s Shaka Smart linked to opening at UT

April 2, 2015

By Alex Gustafson The Dallas Morning News reported Wednesday that Virginia Commonwealth University coach Shaka Smart is the front-runner to replace Rick Barnes, who was fired Sunday after 17 seasons in Austin. Sources told Chuck […]

2015 National League Central Divisional Preview

April 2, 2015

By Lance Ragland The National League Central Division looks to have an even closer playing field this season. The 2014 season saw the St. Louis Cardinals win the division with a 90-72 record. The Pittsburgh […]

2015 NL West Preview

April 2, 2015

By Michael Hanley Baseball is nearing its return, time for a rundown of the NL West for 2015. I am listing these previews on how I predict each team will finish in the division. First […]

American League East Preview

April 1, 2015

By Lance Rinker The American League East has long been one of the more dominant divisions in all of baseball, with the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox largely dominating the sport for nearly […]

Rolando McClain staying in Dallas

April 1, 2015

By Alex Al-Kazzaz Rolando McClain has agreed to a one-year deal worth $3 million to remain with the Dallas Cowboys. McClain finished the 2014 season with 81 tackles, one sack, and two interceptions in 13 […]

Texas Rangers: What it Takes to be a Winner

April 1, 2015

By Lance Rinker As far as the Texas Rangers are concerned, it was thought to be a combination of hard work, perseverance, talent, and the right manager. All of that got them to back-to-back World […]

Horrorscopes: April 2015

April 1, 2015

It’s a new month and nothing will make things worse than reading your Horrorscope. Some of these Horrorscopes might actually happen and if it’s you… that really sucks, but hey; it’s your life and who […]

2015 Texas Rangers Season Preview

March 31, 2015

By Lew Patton The 2015 Texas Rangers baseball season can’t get here soon enough after a 2014 that saw them become cellar dwellers due to massive injuries. This year promises to be so much better […]

2015 American League Central Preview

March 31, 2015

By Alex Gustafson Look for the standings to be similar to 2014. After winning the division last year, look for starting pitching and a solid bullpen to balance a Detroit team known for its potent […]

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