This month, the Granada Theater is celebrating its 10th anniversary as a music venue. It was then that Michael Schoder bought the then-movie theater and transformed it into the concert venue we know and love today. To help mark the occasion, we decided to pull together our favorite memories from the ... More >>
The organizer of Savor Dallas says the long lines that plagued Friday night's wine stroll were a sign the city's dining culture is on the mend from a recession that emptied reservation books. "I think it means people are feeling better about the economy," Savor Dallas' founder Jim White says ... More >>
Northwood Club's Joey Guzman at work at Chefs Under Fire D/FW"That's what it's about. That's what we do. We represent," said chef Joey Guzman of Northwood Club, when asked about the significance of three Latino finalists in the Chefs Under Fire D/FW semifinal at Milestone Culinary Center, an ... More >>
Photo by Sara KerensLos Cabos: This is how they do it in Oklahoma. This week's Dallas foodie coverage is a buffet of news and new menu items, from sparkling wines, giant burgers, tiny and fiery cocktails, shops opening and closing and then some. Check out this week's Sloppy Seconds. The Week ... More >>
Courtesy KZPS-FM (92.5, Lone Star Radio)Bo RobertsJ.D. Freeman, Clear Channel's Dallas market manager, just called with the bad news: Bo Roberts, co-host of the Bo & Jim Mornings show on Lone Star 92.5 and a local radio fixture dating back to his days on Q102 beginning in 1982, suffered a heart ... More >>
Bonnie "Prince" BillyGranada TheaterJune 6, 2009Better Than: The George Strait concert at Cowboys Stadium, or pretty much anything else any of you suckers were doing on Saturday night.Noah W. BaileyOpening with a ramshackle version of the Stanley Brothers classic "Nobody's Darling on Earth," it was ... More >>
We began the 10 Questions series early in the new year, so it seems like a good time to pause and look back.Over the past few months, we've interviewed some interesting characters, including chefs, waiters, managers, bartenders, food critics and outright celebrities. While we never intended the 10 Q ... More >>
Thursday, October 9, at Palladium Ballroom
Experiment in Error (Idol)
Now there’s a place for your Loving Tex-Mex with Limburger recipe collection. Dallas has a new food and wine magazine: Culinary Concierge Dallas/Fort Worth, a Web-based magazine, plus a four-color dead-tree quarterly, founded by New Orleans cookbook author and food stylist Kendall Gensler in 2000. ... More >>
Amid the SXSW cacophony, there was good stuff to be found
Can great chefs cook ordinary food?
Do you have any stories of bad service?
Are Dallas diners fickle?
Why dont we have a nationwide restaurant rating system?
New Cafe Brazil owner has plans to expand--but not dramatically
Can the Restaurant Show make a comeback?
Which establishments have the best waitstaff?
Is Central Market worth it?
Are expensive hamburgers worth the price?
How did The Bone shock the Dallas radio world? With market research, double entendres and hair bands.
These are your choices, not ours, for the best musicians in town
Restaurants and reviewers square off in an often acrimonious battle
Carrollton missed the boom, but still hopes to attract restaurant business
Chan Marshall's latest album is a collection of other people's songs, but it still smells like Cat Power
After 25 years of Texas' best rock, Q102 bids a tearless farewell
For David Byrne discovery Jim White, music wasn't his first career choice. Or his second. Or his third...