4 days ago | Food News
It’s only been open a year, but the number of culinary arts students at Dan Dipert Career and Technical Center in Arlington has tripled. The program kicked off with 61 students, says Culinary Arts teacher Alyce Monroe, but that number has swelled ...
5 days ago | Feature Stories
While the Texas Civil War Museum might not be the final resting place for Dallas’ Gen. Robert E. Lee statue, the museum’s director says the Southern-style structure may house a ghost. The museum contains a private Civil War memorabilia collection ...
18 days ago | Feature Stories
Kenneth Looking Glass, a Comanche Vietnam veteran from Apache, Oklahoma, makes the trek to North Texas and elsewhere to drum and sing when called upon. His drum, made of bull hide, is about 14 inches deep. Looking Glass’ son Jimbo, 40, also drums ...
1 month ago | Feature Stories
Long before he began crafting brew at Division Brewing, founder Wade Wadington kicked around the streets of Deep Ellum. And that’s the sort of vibe he’s trying to re-create in Arlington, he says, after taking over Cosmic Crow’s old space on Abram ...
2 months ago | Eat This
Those who’ve eaten at the Feed Lot may have also eaten from the feed lot at Fischer’s Meat Market in Muenster. Fischer’s, northwest of Dallas, ships beef and German sausage to restaurants and stores in Dallas and across the country as far away as ...
2 months ago | Feature Stories
A peek into the windowless office of Jennifer Price offers an extraordinary view of the world. Price brought many of the postcards that line the walls with her 25 years ago, she says, when she moved from New York to become Asian and non-Western ar...