SweetCharity tells me it’s a “Yankee holiday,” and other native Texans say it was never that big a deal in schools here anyway. Still, the utter void of local news or notice about Columbus Day–it was yesterday, by the way–is striking to anyone who grew up thinking of the holiday as sort of important in our country’s history. As usual you can blame the blackout on the gods and goddesses of PC, who’ve cowed everybody into thinking the West’s “discovery” of the Americas was somehow evil. To these multiculturalists and their minions all I can say is: “Happy belated Columbus Day!”
The Dallas County safety net health system sued the nurses to obtain thousands of dollars after the nurses didn't fulfill their full contract.
By Will Maddox
Theater & Dance
The Oak Cliff theater's annual one-act festival will transform author Heather McGhee's The Sum of Us into six plays that show us we have more in common than we think.
By Brett Grega