While most of us are partial to the stories inside our beer bottles, sometimes what's on the label is pretty interesting, too. So we surveyed a few craft breweries in North Texas to learn a little more about the story behind their labels, starting with one of the most popular new beers on the market ... More >>
With creativity everywhere around it, the Arts District greek spot falls flat.
The end of cinema? Hardly. Taking a look at the top movies.
McDonald's purists (yes, they are a people), you may want to sit down. The fast food giant is set to open not one, but two of their first entirely vegetarian concepts in India next year. The first location will be in the holy city of Amritsar, near the Golden Temple. The vegetarian menu is a somewha ... More >>
Hah. We kid. C'mon, you didn't really buy that did you?
Man. I cannot believe it. Just got back in the house. Catching my breath. Had to wade into the crowd out there on the street. Major neighborhood squall. We've been waiting 20 years for the city to patch our street. They have big crews out there now doing it -- and a bang-up job from what I h ... More >>
We're still waiting to see whether a judge thinks we're entitled to more details on how the producers of Top Chef will spend the estimated $400,000-plus the state paid to see its brand integrated into the show, which the show has thus far accomplished with lots of boots, Texas flags, and dish ... More >>
Roger Emrich: New 'Boys VoiceWhile the Cowboys cut familiar faces in an attempt to reshape their team on the field, the organization has also decided to give its stadium an audio makeover. Out as Cowboys Stadium public address announcer is Jody Dean, to be replaced by local award-wi ... More >>
Whether you've reached the end of your rope or merely the end of your week, welcome to Whitt's End: *Jason Terry's voice is still hoarse from all the partying and cigars, but yet we're already peeking at 2012. Problem: The Mavs aren't a team built for the future, but rather the here-'n-now ... More >>
Michael KahnDallas Opera's Romeo & Juliet opens tonight at the Winspear. Staging the piece by Charles Gounod (sung in French with English supertitles) is Michael Kahn, the highly respected Shakespeare expert from the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, D.C., where he's brought the work ... More >>
If nothing else, Michael Cera is cooler than Danny Masterson, right?After announcing last week the addition of another 135 bands to its bill, you'd think the folks up at Denton's 35 Conferette might need a breather -- or, I dunno, maybe some time to focus on the actual logistics of the fest, sinc ... More >>
Big things happening today in the world of 35 Conferette -- bigger news, even, than the fact that the-festival-formerly-known-as-North-by-35 now has an actual website to call its own (!). Bigger, too, than the really awesome web teaser/advertisement that the fest's organizers have created to promote ... More >>
Another Tuesday rolls around and it's another intriguing collection of musical options. A great night to drown those baseball sorrows.
What a packed Wednesday evening. And that's not even counting Your Texas Rangers playing in their first ever World Series game. Crazy, right?
A couple of nice triple-bills, plus some hardcore country, makes for a pleasant Tuesday evening of music, no?
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CTD's Shadowlands chronicles the unlikely love between C.S. Lewis and a brash American
For her next trick, Carly Patterson attempts to trade in somersaults for singing
Suspension bridge of disbelief
Already dogged by mental illness, Paul Bear ended his life after a mean-spirited outing by a small-town newspaperman
Murderball, a doc about quad rugby players, absolutely kills
A lost lad longs for life in I Am David
It's about learning heritage, not getting hammered
Is it right to produce alcohol in the wrong country?
Dallas chefs learn their trade here, there and everywhere
Despite strong performances, Global Village doesn't connect all the emotional dots
Tasty Greek is disheveled, but the food cleans up
Presenting the 1997 Jimmys--like the Tony, but without the boring awards show
Teatro Dallas' Lamia could use a few more screams
Gryphon Players cut through the Greek in Euripides' Electra
The city's future is in the hooves of a winged horse--and in the New Age musings of the Dallas Institute of Humanities.
Dallas pair explores frontiers of erotic art
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
North Dallas' Cafe Mediterranee goes boldly across many borders
Johnny's makes its claim to greatness with a Greek flourish