Braden and Yasmin Wages of Malai Kitchen are two of my favorite people in the Dallas restaurant business. Maybe it's Yasmin's warm smile. Maybe it was the time Braden teared up a bit when talking about her. Or maybe it's because they take these amazing culinary excursion to far corners of the world, ... More >>
In honor of the Texas hero's 80th Birthday celebration and legendary 4th of July Picnic, we're celebrating Willie Nelson Week here on DC9 at Night. Check back for interviews, retrospectives and more. When your career is as long, storied and diverse as Willie Nelson's, the group of musicians lining ... More >>
And can you call Mexican women "tortas"?
Fish tacos had a banner year in 2010, but California-style tacos made with beer-battered tilapia and chipotle mayonnaise are still outpacing the grilled fish variety more commonly served in Mexico. According to a survey from industry research firm Technomic, the number of fish tacos on resta ... More >>
Forty tons of shrimp. That's how many of the curvy crustaceans are processed and shipped from Mazatlan every year deservedly earning this jewel city of the Mexican Riviera its designation as "Shrimp Capital of the World". (In fact, I've read estimates as high as 40,000 tons. In any case, that's ... More >>
El Rey lives south of the border, if only on black velvet
...And great basketball
Love doesn't have to hurt, but steal my beer and I'll kill you
Plus: Another Bite
A decade ago, Eduardo Greene abandoned his wife, his home and a successful restaurant, expecting a nightmare in pursuit of a dream
La Duni Café serves up comfort food from down south ... way, way down south
Basic Instinct author crawls up Bill Clinton's pants and hangs on tight
When investigators uncovered the bodies of a Dallas mother and her young son in a makeshift Oklahoma grave, FBI agent Tase Bailey swore to bring the killer to justice
In Dallas' cantinas, where the company of pretty young meseras is doled out by the drink, a killer lurks
In the rockin' '80s, Bill Brosseau's sexy success story put his face in Money and Cosmopolitan. Times and fortunes change. Now he's a broke former cocaine addict facing a stint in federal prison.