Since her appearance on ABC's popular cooking show The Taste, Chef Uno Immanivong has been on a pretty wild ride. Just a year and a half after filming the show alongside mentor Anthony Bourdain, Immanivong is three months into owning her first restaurant. That restaurant, Trinity Groves' Chino Chin ... More >>
Don't even talk to me right now, Dallas. Twenty notable concerts in the next four days? We don't have time for your problems, you need to figure out how to be at Childish Gambino and Bobby Patterson's birthday party at the same time. Oh, you didn't get a ticket to the Conan tapings? Cry me a river. ... More >>
I try. I keep offering. Dallas doesn't have any problems it couldn't solve if it just looked to more advanced cities. I make suggestions. Dallas gets pissed off. I don't know what else I can do. Recently I pointed out that Dallas could resolve its seemingly intractable 15-year-old standoff on what ... More >>
Bandele Tyehimba, who, with his wife Akwete, owned Pan African Connection, a 23-year-old South Dallas art gallery and meeting space, died in his sleep Wednesday night. He was 58 years old. We wrote about Tyehimba and Pan African just a month ago; at that time, the Tyehimbas were recovering from a ... More >>
Former Dallas Morning News star reporter Olive Talley has a piece in the paper today saying Walker Railey killed his wife and got away with it. Not in so many words. Forgive me if you're under 100 years old and this is all Greek to you. Railey was a certain local archetype -- the very promin ... More >>
Discovering a taqueria is like finding your own secret place. And not the place everyone on Chowhound is raving about, such as El Fuego, Fuel City, or Chitos. No, I mean the one you stumble on by accident while doing your routine morning rounds. Suddenly you hear your stomach growling incessan ... More >>
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North Texas' booming Guatemalan population struggles without a consulate
Uncle Sam wants you--especially if you're Latino
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Adventurous chef "Pyles" it on
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Andrew Beal spent $200 million trying to launch rockets without Uncle Sam's help. His dream went down in flames
Three photographers choose Spain and Latin America as their subjects, with breathtaking results
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Bibendum doesn't roll with the Samuel standard
Rodizio Grill needs to tighten its twirl
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August 6 - 12, 1998
Does 500 Inc. bully small Dallas arts groups to perform for their grants?
How little Legend Airlines beat mammoth American at its own game
Sky Callahan went to Guatemala to shoot a documentary on human-rights abuses. He didn't know he'd be a victim.