The U.S. Supreme Court and President Obama leave the undocumented and their allies no choice but to escalate civil disobedience.
Lots of Brews News and Brews Clues to drink in after the jump.For starters, Flying Saucer on the Lake has announced the lineup for its spring beer festival as well as an opportunity to taste Brewdog Tactical Nuclear Penguin. There's a beer festival a-brewin' in Plano. The Common Table is tapping ... More >>
I tasted a fantastic array of bracing and exhilarating hot sauces last week at ZestFest, but since I did my sampling as a judge for the Fiery Food Challenge, I wasn't privy to the names or brands of any of the products I tried. So this weekend I returned to the Exhibition Hall to see if I cou ... More >>
It took four years and $1.8 million to complete the longest light-rail construction project in U.S. history -- says DART -- but a little more than one month since DART's Green Line opened, it's been for all intents and purposes a success. While the full line was officially opened on December ... More >>
Have you been thinking to yourself what's been going on at Morton's The Steakhouse in downtown Dallas? Well, we have all kinds of updates for you. First, the popular steakhouse just added a few new items to its menu, including crab cake BLT, smoked salmon pizza, double cut and bone-in fille ... More >>
Whether you're at the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *By no means am I an alarmist, but we need to see something positive from the Cowboys' first-team offense Saturday night in Houston. One long drive that ends in a touchdown. That's all. Give me that ... More >>
On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items.Many of us got our first taste of sopapillas by raising the flag. Doesn't make sense? Well, back when dining out options were fewer and farther between, Panchos Mexican Buffet was one of the few places where you co ... More >>
Fort Worth is a chicken fried steak town.When the Seven Deadly Sins were conceived, I'm quite certain there was a specific dish in mind for gluttony: chicken fried steak. Despite my Fort Worth roots, with a northern bred mother at the stove, chicken fried steak was not on the menu at our house. ... More >>
Patrick MichelsEach week, Pairing Off attempts to find just the right bottle of wine to go with ordinary food.There's no real shame in picking up a brick of Colby, Monterey Jack or one of those so called "Swiss" cheeses you find on grocery shelves--not really. You can't make it to Scardello every ... More >>
Jeff McInnisYou've mastered the mojito, drubbed the daiquiri and conquered the Cuba libre. You're ready to take your rum "mixology" to the next level. How about tossing in a dash of liquid nitrogen? Former Top Chef contestant Jeff McInnis will be slinging liquid nitrogen-infused Don Q rum cocktai ... More >>
Patrick MichelsNothing like a bottle of wine for breakfast. And nothing so satisfying as when the wisdom of ages stands up to scrutiny.In our less rigid era, we've dispensed with the old 'red wine with beef, white wine with fish' rule. Screw top bottles are coming into vogue. Aficionados now mention ... More >>
Americans who still think of Latin music as mariachi bands and gyrating Ricky Martins and Shakiras might want to lend a closer ear to the genre. This country's Hispanic population isn't just growing, it's growing more diverse. More and more unique musical styles are being gobbled up, and that shoul ... More >>
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Baking Fish leaves its Paramount locale
He finally did it
The Bistro inches through incremental evolution
The Samba Room looks -- and tastes -- marvelous
Chef Danielle Custer pushes the culinary envelope with Laurels
A stop at The Classic Cafe means eating well where the highway ends
Traci's successfully sophisticates home-cooking
Lone Wolf sends it off with class and taste
Palomino blows its wad on style, forgets food
At theme-choked Canyon Cafe, a few things actually rise above the kitsch
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Fog City Diner endures a few rocky opening weeks, but promises great things to come
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