Which street in Dallas does he want to rename Dirk Way? Are Latinos trying to take over City Hall? These questions and more are answered in this episode of our mayoral interview series. At least six stars.
What's the worst thing he's ever done on vacation? How many dang cities has he visited in search of good ideas for Dallas? How much Guinness can he drink during one podcast? All questions answered. Give us all your stars.
Whom would he most like to face in a runoff? What is a boomama? And why is he so upset with Eric Johnson? These and more questions are answered in this episode. You should listen to it.
How fast can we sell DFW Airport? When is the last time she hung out with Hillary Clinton? Why is she wary of tearing down I-345? All questions answered. Use your ears.
How will she use her chemistry degree if elected mayor? Will she sell her Highland Park house to Tim? All questions answered. All the stars.
Has he ever punched someone? What would he do about VisitDallas? Is he still friends with Angela Hunt? All questions answered. Fifteen stars.
The mayoral candidate steps up to be the first of the nine running to sit at Table No. 1 at the Old Monk and answer 10 super hard questions about himself, including when was the last time he cried and whether Dallas should tear down Confederate monuments.
Ron is a sportswriter of some renown. His latest book is titled "Let's Play Two: The Legend of Mr. Cub, the Life of Ernie Banks." And what the heck does Banks have to do with Dallas? Well, folks, he grew up here. You know the Wyly Theatre? That's where Banks' house once stood. This is a seven-star episode. Check it out.
Possibly the best boxer pound for pound in the entire whole world brought his 10-man posse to the Old Monk to talk about why he has three cellphones and what it felt like the first time he punched the crap out of someone.
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks stopped by the Old Monk for a very special triple-digit episode. He talked with Tim and Zac about the Kristaps Porzingis trade, how long the team scouted Luka Doncic, what Dirk will do when he retires, and why he, Mark Cuban, will never own a yacht. Cuban also explains why he threatened in 2002 to slice off part of Tim's anatomy. Again: VERY special episode. At least five stars. Maybe more.
Odessa is a three-time world champion. In a game against the Germans where the USA won 107-6, she racked up more than 300 yards on the ground. Oh, also, she is the COO of a new women's tackle league whose best team is in Dallas. Get to it. Fifteen stars.
The Rev. Dr. Michael Waters, SMU grad and senior pastor of Joy Tabernacle A.M.E. Church, has been called the face of black lives matter in Dallas. You want to know what we should do with the Confederate monuments? You want to know why 72 percent of Dallas' homeless population is black while black folks make up only 25 percent of the city's overall population? Mike has some answers. And some good questions. (Note: we had way more laughs in this podcast than you'd guess from the foregoing description of it.)
Pete started a Dallas online arts and culture outfit called Central Track. He was SO dumb to try it. And yet. Here we are, seven years later, and he's going strong. Listen to hear his thoughts on local music, smoking cigarettes, taking cocaine, and sneakers. Fifteen stars.
Philip is the executive director of the Circuit Trail Conservancy, the outfit that is working to complete The Loop. He's also an avid cyclist. So you should listen to this podcast if you ride a bike or pay taxes or have feet. Five stars.
The longtime FOX4 newscaster has sat behind the big desk for longer than almost anyone in Dallas. What does she think of Facebook? Will she ever retire? Does her house have a cabana? She stopped by the Old Monk to answer these questions and many more.
The three-time MLB All-Star and Arlington native started his own wine label a few years ago. It's called JACK. VW stopped by the Old Monk to talk about grapes; the Rangers' new skipper, Woody (they came up together in the Blue Jays organization); why the name "Vernon" sucks; his next-door neighbor Herschel Walker; and a whole bunch of other enological and athletic stuff.
Tom worked for D Magazine when it started, in 1974. He got thrown in jail for messing with cops who bungled a horrific 1976 mass murder investigation in the tiny town of Blue Mound, Texas. Now, in the November 2018 issue of D, Tom reveals new details about those unsolved murders and who might be to blame. You should listen.
Miguel is a DISD trustee. Come November 6, you'll get to vote on four propositions that are SUPER important to kids in Dallas. He explains each proposition and why you should approve it. But listen! This is actually a funny podcast. We promise! You will not find a more entertaining discussion of education in Dallas. Oh, and we also talk with Miguel about his baby daughter's heart transplant. That's cool. It's definitely worth five stars in the Apple thing.
The guitarist for the Old 97's reflects on 25 years of rock and roll. And also on the greatest poop story that David Sedaris ever stole.
We have a thing at D Magazine called the Brown Bag Lunch Series, where we invite someone up to our office during the lunch hour to either be interviewed or share some thoughts with the entire company. This week, Real Housewives of Dallas star LeeAnne Locken sat down with Tim Rogers to talk about the third season of the show, which starts August 15, and why you should never go swimming in the ocean right after you've had a breast reduction surgery.
Kourtny is the CEO of Downtown Dallas Inc. It's her job to help revitalize the heart of our region and make Dallas a more livable, enjoyable city. That means dealing with the onslaught of share bikes and scooters. We also talk with her about the effort to establish a downtown elementary school and her total and complete lack of sports knowledge.
The National Magazine Award-winning writer and convicted felon returns to the podcast to talk about his lack of success on Tinder, paying the $890,000 restitution he owes, and his Pursuance Project, a collaborative apparatus he hopes will change the world. Also, we talk about the 1 million gallons of poop that Plano dumped on Dallas.
Katherine is the chair of the Dallas Landmark Commission. For reasons she herself doesn't quite understand, she spends her time and talent, without pay, trying to stop the city from destroying its history and itself. In this episode she talks about preservation and why Dallas lags behind some other big cities.
Barak Epstein went to film school. Jason Reimer likes to punch people in the face. Together (along with a third dude who wasn't important enough to show up) they rescued the historic Texas Theatre and then started the Oak Cliff Film Festival, which is awesome. In this episode, we talk movies and gentrification and the East Quarter. Plus the most obscure movies ever filmed in Dallas. It's very visual. But also audio.
The boys address some important topics in this episode. Foremost: did Tim deserve to be punched in the face at a rec league basketball game? But also: why is Gavin no longer working his magic at the Bomb Factory and instead booking gigs at the Box Garden in Plano? Only your ears can answer these questions.