Mike Schoder is calmer than a well-fed cat in the 'burbs, but don't let that fool you. There's nothing complacent about him. The owner of the Granada Theater and the adjoining Sundown at Granada, Schoder could easily be mistaken for a surfer bro, thanks to his long golden hair that he keeps pulled b ... More >>
First introduced in the 1660s for Champagne, the coupe glass reached the height of its popularity in the 1930s with the introduction of Prohibition-era cocktails, and in recent years its popularity is on the rise again, namely with a special class of drinkers called me. The coupe shape is a wide sh ... More >>
The culinary diversions at this Bishop Arts restaurant are interesting -- as is the crowd -- but it's simplicity that makes it stand out.
Shake, baby, shake
DVD releases for the week of October 2
See a suburban West Side Story
Was it hard out there for Henry Higgins?
Fair ladies and loutish lads put on all sorts of English accents in three spiffing new productions
Gardens grow in Temporal Screens: Photographs from Kyoto
Wait Until Dark pits a blind girl against three violent cons; Yankee goes south at DSM
Mignon chef puts a twist on the classic
It's like Martha Stewart for hipsters
“Breakfast at Tiffany’s” made a lot of people sick to their stomachs. Can Todd and Toby Pipes make them forget?
Jonathan Demme remakes Charade, but it's hardly an imitation
Ex-prime minister's trip to Dallas prompts a British invasion
Marioly's Wholesale Flowers
Paris in Plano
Theatre Three returns to The Happy Time, when men were men and drunks were funny
Parade leaves an agonized trail of tears in its song-and-dance wake
The Arlington Museum of Art's director, Joan Davidow, is too busy to be a saint -- but a martyr, maybe
Playwright Angela Wilson takes us on a jaunty stroll down 11th Street
Remake of the 1950s romantic comedy Sabrina searches for a '90s mood
Ginger Rogers, 1911-1995
A chain-mail grab bag of great movie blades