He had one job.
More like the fun police, are we right?
Dallas Observer music editor Jeff Gage published a weird paragraph last year in reference to how a female punk singer looked—and Gawker is still holding his feet to the fire for it.
As part of the floundering company’s ongoing image rehabilitation project, it has taken to some Nixonian dirty tricks.
Might we recommend that the first official candidate of the 2016 season snatch up the currently available “CruzingToThePresidency.com”?
“Are you Meerkatting or can we speak IRL?”
But they would—and did—sign Greg Hardy, the great pass rusher, who has a history of domestic violence and who spent the 2014 season suspended from the league. A SXSports panel discusses.
Will he be pulled from the bill?
Austin Tech Bros From #BeSomebody Are Losing the Fight They Picked Against Local High School Students
If, as Mr. T once said, you need to “be somebody, or be somebody’s fool,” the people behind the Austin tech start-up #BeSomebody appear to have made the wrong choice.
That’s very nice of you, George. Now where is Book Six???
The rigid worlds of Nashville and country music are getting a Texas-size wake-up call right now.
The WFAA sports reporter made national headlines last year when he spoke out impassionedly for Michael Sam’s right to play in the NFL. Now, he’s taking on racism in North Texas.
The Cowboys star wide receiver is the subject of some unverified rumors being reported by the mainstream sports press regarding a video that may or may not exist. How does a story with no corroboration end up being discussed everywhere?
In a new video for PETA that spoofs his own Boyhood, Linklater explains why spending the past thirty years as a vegetarian has been such a great decision for him.
Last week, Doritos revealed that their gigantic vending machine-shaped stage would not be returning to Austin this March. Neither will iTunes, Chevy, or Subway. What does that mean for SXSW?
The troubled quarterback checked himself into rehab last week, and the pundits are punditting.
The influential data journalism site 538.com takes issue with the reports that Austin’s black population is shrinking. Are they missing some context?
A Galveston police officer had his buddy pull over his girlfriend before proposing—is it as cute a story as people are making it out to be?
Clint Eastwood’s Chris Kyle biopic took in an astonishing $89.5 million in its wide release this weekend.
How would the French cartoonists have done if they’d been armed with rifles instead of pens?
Oil Field Worker in Odessa Looking For Homeless Lady For Indentured Servitude and “Bedroom Fun” on Craigslist
No idea what could possibly go wrong here.
Austin-Based Restaurant PR Firm “Strange Fruit PR” to Change Name After Twitter Finds Out They Exist
The firm, which represents hip eateries in Austin and San Antonio, was at the center of a Twitter flap surrounding the racially-charged reference in its name on Saturday night—and disappeared from the Internet on Sunday.
It's better to have video evidence than not, but those who present police body cameras as a solution to our national predicament involving police relations need to look at cases from Jasper, Texas, to New York City to see that the problem is more complicated than that.
A mailer sent out during an Austin City Council runoff makes this weird question relevant once more.
A few days later, we're still sorting out what happened and why.
Hicks, who died twenty years ago, is not Alex Jones. Or is that just what the sheeple want you to think?
After a year of campaigning, the first gubernatorial race in a generation not to feature an incumbent governor comes to a conclusion. Wendy Davis has been a clear underdog since the race started—so how would you set the spread?
But, really, how many dudes are there who look like Paul Rudd?
She doesn't have Ebola.
Does Wendy Davis’s Ad Cross the Line in Mentioning the Accident that Put Greg Abbott in a Wheelchair?
Davis's latest ad has caused a lot of controversy. Is she wrong in bringing up Abbott's accident?
Ebola! Ebola! Ebola! Ebola! Ebola! Ebola! Ebola! Did you click on this seven times?
These days, no matter how much you love pro football, it's hard to like the NFL.
The "handsome mugshot guy" has some competition.
As the situation in Ferguson, Missouri, has escalated, a Houston teen and others turned to social media to wonder how traditional media might depict them if they were shot by police.
BuzzFeed loves Texas.
And the coverage of it by the media.
Cosmo reporter Jill Filipovic came to Texas to ask people about abortion, found that some people were uncomfortable talking with a stranger about their private medical and sexual history, and declared that we had "created a culture of shame and silence."
Lance Armstrong may hold as many Tour De France titles as everyone reading this right now, but people with cancer still find the guy inspiring.
Kendall Jones is a Texas Tech cheerleader who became the flashpoint of Internet controversy this week for posting numerous pictures of herself with felled African creatures. Is the controversy fair?
East Texas Bait Shop that Slurred Gay Customers Now the “#1 Gay Hangout in Texas,” According to Yelp
Petty, childish, and oh-so-satisfying.
Print media beefs are a dying art, so cherish this one while it lasts.
San Antonio’s Campaign To Prove Charles Barkley Wrong Kind Of Reinforces Why What He Said Was Offensive
The problem with Barkley's statement wasn't that it ignored the young hotties, it's that he dismissed the city because there were women he wasn't attracted to there.