Bone Marrow at PruneHaving been on a business trip in New York for the last two weeks, I thought, surely I'd be off blogging duties. However, the man had different ideas for me, with a seemingly innocuous send-off of, "Have a safe trip. Send in anything interesting you might find." Crap.
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Sara KerensThis week's Dallas food bloggers learned to trust empty parking lots, took Mary into their own Bloody hands, and found peace on Earth at Potager Café and the Dallas Islamic Center. More Dallas restaurants have Gone Texan, and don't expect to find wines from any other place e ... More >>
Photos by Andrea GrimesFolks started showing up at Founder's Square downtown even before 6 last night, carrying Harvey Milk posters, rainbow flags and equal rights stickers. The Texas Evangelical Republican Caucus And Barn-Stomping Jesus Revival was in full swing. Elizabeth Pax, one of last night ... More >>
When we pulled this outta the archives on Friday afternoon, we'd just heard word about Gary Coleman--something about him being critically ill and on life support or in a coma. His name was just starting to trend on Twitter. Then we heard word of his passing.So, with a certain TV theme song playin ... More >>
Patrick MichelsMike McKay, of the Resource Center of Dallas, tells the crowd it's time to get angry.Sunday's Million Gay March of Texas struck a different tone than that of the annual Dallas Pride Parade or other celebrations in Oak Lawn. Folks marched with hands raised in fists instead of waves to ... More >>
In case you didn't get the memo, Oak Cliff is the city's hot dining destination. Really. Need proof? It's home to some of the most buzzy restaurants in town (Bolsa, Spiral Diner, the Belmont Hotel) and the Bishop Arts District--a buzz that extends to include shopping, attitude and more. Its Gre ... More >>