Ironically, the publications that have done the most to highlight other things in the community are the ones that get assailed the most: The Dallas Morning News and D Magazine. Thanks to Robert at the Observer also. Maybe he could talk to some of his colleagues about some of the good we're trying to do instead of them hounding us with b.s. calls about hit job articles. Yeah, I said it. And if you call me asking about stuff like that expect to get an earful.
I also am not that concerned about a misplaced apostrophe on a billboard. Look at what the youth of the community are trying to do. Does that outweigh a small mistake even though they had the best of intentions? Most of the sports stars you idolize and fawn over can't complete a sentence in an interview.
Controversy sells, but does it mean anything if you never gain the respect of the community you write about? Just a thought.