Despite some misses, this mixed menu offers some of the best food in Uptown.
I'm doing an informal poll. Is there anyone left out there who gives a rat's ass what former Dallas Mayor Tom Leppert did or did not say about the safety of the Trinity River toll road project? Wait. Wait. I'm looking. I've got my binoculars on. A-ha! I do spy at least one rat's ass out there ... More >>
Take the kids to a Lewis Carroll classic
The Dallas Morning News this afternoon posted an editorial urging people not to worry about so-called new extra levels of government and taxation being created to make their lives hell. The editorial also castigated Chicken Little types who spread rumors of new extra levels. My bumper sticker, inci ... More >>
What's a nice Jewish girl like Dawn Eden doing in a place like this? Dawn Eden manages to make chastity funny. Not ha-ha funny, but way funnier than I thought. Now that's quite an accomplishment, don't you think? I know it never got a belly laugh out of me before. Eden, the 39-year-old author of Th ... More >>
Catch a Tex-Mex Wonderland
New Super Mario Bros. scores by plumbing old ideas.
Our critics survey the local art scene
The only things scarier than a talking rabbit and a disappearing cat? Puppets.
The masterful Spirited Away soars through the looking glass
Alice / Blood Money (Anti-)
Paul Anderson spins an enjoyable origin yarn for the frightening games
Boys will be boys, especially in Nuevo Laredo, Where legal prostitution draws generations of Texas men across the border for cheap, sleazy and anonymous sex
The Boxcar Children serves up a saccharine treat only a parent could love
Two acts may be one Tale too many in DTC's Alice
Lean Theater offers a slight production of a thinly scripted play
When Peter Greenaway's films stare into our eyes, they see themselves
Shine strikes a few false notes in its delicate tale of salvation
Pat Buchanan ponders his puny conscience
Dallas Children's Theater wrings as much life as it can from A.A. Milne's limp tales
Undermain verbal nonsense entertains with loopy wit