The Slow Food Dallas Leadership council is hosting an inaugural pop-up dinner at 6:30 p.m. Sunday.
Chef Claudine Martyn, a long time Slow Food member and regional governor for Texas and Oklahoma is at the helm and is using a bevy of local ingredients for dinner. The menu includes Spicer's zucchini ... More >>
In this week's Dallas Observer we profile 30 of the metro area's most interesting characters, with new portraits of each from local photographer Mark Graham. See the entire Dallas Observer People Issue here.
Amira Matsuda lives with her husband and children in a Plano manse decorated with ornate va ... More >>
Texas has become the top destination for refugee resettlement, with Dallas the second largest hub, according to recent statistics. It became the main destination for resettlement as of last year, rising from number five in 2001.
In an article earlier this week, the Houston Chronicle reported that T ... More >>
The other day, Unfair Park chatted with filmmaker Bentley Brown about his film Faisal Goes West, the tale of a Sudanese family moving to America and settling in Dallas' Vickery Meadow neighborhood. Brown mentioned his friend who convinced him to film in Dallas (and acted as script supervisor) starte ... More >>
Filmmaker Bentley Brown was born in Dallas, but he moved to Chad with his family when he was eleven. It was in high school there that he began making short films with friends.
Brown returned to the States for college at Emory and, for a time, suppressed his post-grad predisposition to filmmaking as ... More >>