Last week Nancy Nichols published a post on Side Dish that pondered the state of New York-style delis in Dallas. Nichols collected a few comments from a previous article on the recent closing of Gio's Café and New York Deli. Those comments offered some theories on why delis haven't worked here in t ... More >>
I'm fascinated with Indian cooking. Obsessed. I love the way cooks build layers of flavor and aroma with onions and other aromatics, a cadre of spices and a long, slow simmer. If you've ever cooked a robust curry in your kitchen, you know that the smell that overtakes your entire home is almost into ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsGaming guru John Carmack waxed philosophical about ray tracing, indirect ambient occlusion, and leading a purposeful life in his 15th QuakeCon keynote this afternoon.As gamers from around the world wheeled their home-tweaked shoot-'em-up-optimized computers into the Hilton ... More >>
He spent a lot of time in and around the pizza joints of New York--minus four years spent at a Pennsylvania college and a bit living in D.C.So it's no wonder Green longed for a taste of the familiar after moving to Dallas. He sold medical supplies and software for 17 years and then took the plunge. ... More >>
Silly name, clever pollo
Less than two years after Billie Bob Harrell Jr. took the $31 million lottery jackpot, he took his own life
The acclaimed rock-video director has made one of the year's oddest, funniest films. So why is he scared of his own shadow?