The good news is: Dallas will not crumble tomorrow if a new cheeseburger isn't debuted in the city limits. All new cheeseburgers are welcome, of course: I'm not purporting some sort of cheeseburger xenophobia here. I'm just saying that on the burger majesty scale we here in Dallas are Burger Kings. ... More >>
Beauty between bread.
The lobster roll has been fetishized in Dallas. What started as an obscure menu option offered most notably at Sea Breeze, Rex's and Cafe Pacific is becoming a full blown trend in Dallas. See Also: Lobster Roll Smack Down: Rex's Versus Sea Breeze Rex's Friday Lobster Rolls: They're Good, and They'r ... More >>
Gloomy day in Dallas today, and the weekend promises to deliver more of the same. Perhaps a little liquid sunshine will brighten your weekend? I know I'm excited to try a few hundred beers while strolling around the Arts District. Before we start celebrating beer, though, we have a week to wrap up, ... More >>
See Also: The Lobster Roll Smack Down The East Hampton Sandwich Company opened Wednesday in Snider Plaza (Lovers and Hillcrest). Owner Hunter Pond recently ditched law school to test his hand in the local restaurant business (he makes no bones about it - he emphatically hated law school). When Po ... More >>
In WaterTower's production of Grey Gardens, a rare ensemble of actors and singers pull off one of the great shows of the theater season.
A friend recalls the legendary record man
One of the pleasures in writing this week about Doug Wright's new Broadway production was seeing for the first time the documentary that inspired it: Grey Gardens by Albert and David Maysles, the brothers who started making docs in 1955. With Richard Leacock and D.A. Pennebaker and Robert Drew, they ... More >>
Doug Wright channeled his anger from growing up gay in the Park Cities into bizarre and brilliant plays
The Dallas Video Festival has one agenda: showing everybody everything
Dutiful if not particularly insightful, Pollock doesn't drip with color
Former Dallas artist Dan Rizzie disappears out East, then re-emerges as the real thing
How skateboarder and surfer dude Tracy Feith wheeled out of Dallas to become the latest, hottest thing in haute couture
The cocktail party never ends in le cinema du Henry Jaglom
Is bass legend Chuck Rainey falling through the cracks?
Dallas pair explores frontiers of erotic art