P.b. Miller

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  • 18 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    Everyone should have a failure strategy, and I believe I've developed a good one. In the event of a total professional and personal meltdown, I plan to survive by hanging out at La Madeleine eating mass quantities of their free bread and jam while...

  • 18 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    Pity the poor suburbanite, adrift in a sea of asphalt from which chain restaurants rise like barren islands. Though he has eateries aplenty to choose from, why bother, when the food they serve is manufactured somewhere in the Midwest and shipped t...

  • 18 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    Driving through the constellation of strip malls on North Belt Line in Irving, you'll find various Japanese restaurants with names like Hanasho--titles that would seem to scream "authentic" to Western eyes. Down the street from these establishment...

  • 18 years ago | Restaurant Reviews

    What's gotten into Fort Worth lately? A few years ago, you could have filmed a sequel to The Omega Man downtown, the place was so deserted. Now you can't squirt a stream of Copenhagen without hitting one of the hundreds of amiable boulevardiers wh...

  • 19 years ago | Theater

    Don't ask why, but about two years ago I found myself on a tour of a hospital located at the base of the Appalachian mountains. The hospital's administrator, a Catholic nun, was explaining some of the unique pathologies seen at the facility, most ...

  • 19 years ago | Theater

    It's one of the enduring enigmas of great literature. Why did Archie have such a fixation on Veronica, and such little regard for Betty, when the two females (hair color aside) were virtually identical? Why didn't he just glom on to both of them? ...

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