What's happening in Dallas? Pick up a copy of the Dallas Observer. For more than 18 years, the Dallas Observer has been covering the Dallas entertainment scene and other areas of interest, and grown from a small weekly to a major force. The paper is known for its hard-edged investigative stories about government, politics and business, as well as its pointed, provocative coverage of sports, music and the arts. In recent years, the Dallas Observer has collected numerous journalism awards, including the Missouri Lifestyle Journalism Award for general excellence. The Dallas Observer hits the newstands with 100,000 copies every Wednesday.
Annoyed and in general not impressed. I am bored by most of their articles. The photos look too loud and garish to me. I don't feel like the material is based on fact. Not something to appropriately call a newspaper in my opinion.