It starts with a bang, or rather with a hell of an uppercut. Oil Boom's latest album, Red Metal, launches you into jangly jubilation with "45 Revolutions Per Minute," the band's highly praised single from last year. The New York Times singled it out as a highlight in the often-cluttered blues-rock g ... More >>
Noah W. BaileyFuzzy's Dude Food-approved tacosHad your fill of pricey concessions at Cowboys Stadium? Want something a bit more authentic to help you remember your time around the big game? No better way for us to send you on your way than with a few suggestions for tacos, which has rap ... More >>
At last, a way to feel virtuous while stuffing your gullet with chili cheese fries and "Triple Dippers" at Chili's restaurants. On Monday, September 27, the 25-year-old burger chain will donate 100 percent of its profits for the day to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, one of the world's lea ... More >>
Photo by Steven DoyleHold the baby backs; give us a bowl of red.Sitting in traffic when it is 105 degrees outside takes a toll on a person's spirit. The heat in Dallas seems worse each year, but we are Texans, and we can handle a little weather. August was just as hot in the 19th century whe ... More >>
Mandola's Market sounds like the lovechild of Jimmy's Food Store and Eatzi's. But it really shares in the heritage of Carraba's and Chili's Bar & Grill. In other words, it has a great pedigree and powerful potential...although we'll have to wait until later this year for it to arrive in Dallas. ... More >>
Headline from The Dallas Morning News, posted at 7:50 a.m.: "Brinker predicts 40% gain in earnings." Lead paragraph: "Brinker International Inc. Monday predicted its second-quarter earnings per share from continuing operations will be up nearly 40 percent, despite falling customer traffic at some of ... More >>
Leppert and Oakley show that what you think about Dallas politics could be wrong
Forget talk of a settlement. Bachman Lake homeowners vow to fight their war against bare nipples to the bitter end.
With a homeboy headed for the White House, a handful of his Dallas pals have hopes of making their mark on Washington
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