Fart-machine touting protesters faced off with right-to-carry activists at the University of Texas.
Pete Freedman is the founder and editor of CentralTrack.com. He has written for Spin, The Miami Herald, The Dallas Observer, and The Toronto Star, among other publications.
The two gunmen were killed at the “Draw Muhammad” event, but a beefed-up police presence helped contain the situation before any more casualties could occur.
It’s not just the infected whose lives have been turned upside-down in Dallas. The day-to-day realities of Ebola are getting weird, too.
The virus appears to be contained within a Dallas hospital for now, but concerns are spreading through local parishes, where congregants may have personal experience with Ebola’s toll.
Dallas’ Bishop Arts district is more than just a cute hipster enclave. It’s an oasis of culture in the land of prefabricated strip malls.
The NFL is finally taking concussions seriously, but what about the youth leagues? Pete Freedman reports from football-crazed Texas.
Nearly 1,000 gun rights advocates converged on the Alamo on Saturday for a rally that was peaceful—but well armed. Pete Freedman reports.
The D.C. Navy Yard shooter was a fixture at the lone Buddhist temple in a small Fort Worth suburb. His friends say he was there just for the Thai women.