Dallas loves an icon. Our football team can't just be ours, it must the whole of America's, whether that means the whole of America loves those boys or hates them. A new arts structure cannot just quietly appear in Dallas. It must complete the largest contiguous district of its kind. The contents o ... More >>
In 1985, the Dallas Museum of Art accepted one of the largest gifts in the institution's history: more than 1,400 pieces by Van Gogh, Renoir, Cezanne, Degas, and others from the personal collection of Wendy Reves, collectively valued at more than $400 million. A quarter century later and four years ... More >>
Dallas' favorite roaming pizzeria hits and misses in new home.
Dallas Museum of ArtPortrait of Mrs. Emery Reves by Graham Sutherland, 1978A federal lawsuit filed in Dallas on Friday has all the makings of a Vanity Fair feature story, down to the famous names who make cameo appearances -- among them, President Franklin Roosevelt, Coco Chanel and Winston Churc ... More >>
Last night, Top Chef began with chefs still in shock that stoner food icon Dale had been sent packing...oh, and with Tiffany declaring that she simply cannot be sent home on the same challenge she was sent home on last season (the final one before heading abroad). A jinx? Perhaps, especially give ... More >>
From DeGolyer Library Collection, SMU Billie Marcus, left, and Stanley Marcus with Coco Chanel before the first Neiman Marcus Fortnight in 1957 Swear, I will not turn Unfair Park into a 24-7 Marcus House drive-thru; in fact, this will likely be our last posting on the subject as it moves its way in ... More >>
Everybody's got a talent. Something they're just really, really good at. Like Jim Schutze. He's good at lighting Wick Allison's bow tie on fire. Or Kevin Federline. He's good at being a douchebag. But some of us are extra-blessed, fortunate enough to have not one but two skills. Take 25-year-old Sh ... More >>