Spoilers ahead. Tread lightly. If you aren't watching the Netflix original series House of Cards, stop reading this article immediately. If you're at work, go home, turn on Netflix, and prepare to spend the next 12 hours being consumed by one of the best shows sort of on television. You won't regre ... More >>
This past Friday, Dallas rap fans got to experience a moment in pop culture together. In crowds upwards of 300, they took to the streets to watch Kanye West's latest experiment in new media marketing: guerilla public screenings of the video for his single "New Slaves." Deb Doing Dallas & Vanessa Q ... More >>
But I haven’t given up on Sofia Coppola.
The iPhone cases with crooked "Chanel" logos you see over at your local cellphone accessory store or mall kiosk could be evidence of an international criminal conspiracy, according to the feds. A Carrollton resident, Shiraz Sherali Odhwani, 54, has been sentenced to 36 months in federal prison and o ... More >>
When we see you on the street and think you put some thought into your style, we may take your picture and ask you things. We call it Street Style. On Saturday, September 1 the North Texas State Fair Grounds were crawling with people attending the first-ever Hot Wet Mess music festival (put on by t ... More >>
The FBI dropped a bombshell in federal court today with an affidavit by Special Agent Donald Sherman as to why, exactly, law enforcement felt the need to seize more than $400,000 in cash (thick stacks of $100 bills) and other assets from Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price last year. In br ... More >>
The Ochre House sends up O'Neill's greatest; Sylvia's cute as a pup at Pocket.
Former Top Chef contender aims to please both Bubbas and foodies.
Meant to get to this two days ago, when Texas Rangers Executive Vice President of Communications John Blake sent out the announcement, but it's not too late to make it to NorthPark Center by 1 p.m. That's when C.J. Wilson and Chanel Iman (well, hello) are scheduled to stop by Victoria's Secret to ... More >>
Each week, Happy Eating highlights a different restaurant happy hour food menu. This week, we clean ourselves up for a jaunt to the Crescent Court. Where: Palomino Restaurant and Bar, 500 Crescent Court, Ste. 165 When: All day, everyday in the bar. Hours are 11a.m.-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursda ... More >>
I just had the pleasure of re-reading Jimmy Fowler's 1997 feature on Gretchen and Julia Dyer, who, long, long ago, took their movie Late Bloomers to Sundance, where it garnered raves and, finally, national distribution. I was reminded of it after reading a piece in Variety about The Playroom, whi ... More >>
I've heard plenty about Champ d'Or over the years -- you know, that "mixed-use estate" perched on 256 "developable acres" out in Hickory Creek (that's Denton County). But I've only seen one or two exterior photos of the joint, currently on the market for $69.9 million -- a steal, man. Thankfully, ... More >>
Brandon ThibodeauxMatt Cavenaugh at Superman in the DTC's revisal of the '66 Broadway flopI'll save the boy's picture of Dallas-done-in-LEGO for tomorrow morning; so too tales of our trip to the crowded-ish Sixth Floor Museum Cafe, which is far more surreal in person than Andrea describes below ... More >>
Get Greased at the Inwood
Dallas has something for all tastes in town
It's a fashion jungle out there unless you have the right guide
The moves are the same, but the clothes are much, much better
The Devil Wears Prada slaps the latest duds on an infamous fashion editor
Lord Byron hosts Dallas' biggest swingers party
Nerdy, bitter and shod in fake Uggs, Andrea Grimes investigates the legend of the Park Cities Party
No one knows who murdered Brent Gutheinz. Thanks to a sloppy investigation, it's likely no one ever will.
Chorale hosts a fab time with Carson Kressley
Lord & Taylor shuffles off into the night
Highland Park Village
The girls love their horses. The parents love their girls. And they'll all do just about anything win.
Interesting dining can be the victim in Larry North's fitness jihad
When food legend Julia Child came to Texas spreading her gospel of good eating, no one was spared. Not even Big Tex
If Dallas' rich and famous want to see their names in print, they better smile for Tom and Agness Robertson
Cafe Highland Park brings The Bubble down to earth
Will success ruin Dallas' favorite restaurant?
And who the hell is George Poston?
Need a restaurant to accompany your wine? Try Carrollton's Amici