The concoction you see above is thirty-two ounces of Adios Motherfucker. "What's an Adios Motherfucker?" you might be asking. Well, according to the internet, it's a mixture of rum, gin, vodka, tequila, blue curacao, and 7 Up. It's known as the drink of destruction, one that sends you well over the ... More >>
10. The Idea of Beautiful, Rapsody The black mamba of super producer 9th Wonder's Jamla Records team reached a new pinnacle in her career, and in her evolution as an artist this year. Sprinkled with collaborations from Big Remo, BJ the Chicago Kid and Childish Gambino, Rapsody takes us on a journey ... More >>
OK, they're finally getting down to the part of the last presidential debate I care about, accents and manners. So I have questions. The New York Times has a piece on its local page today about how New Yorky and Jewish the last debate was, because most of the people who spoke from the audience had ... More >>
The folks over at Bravo have been teasing out info about the new contestants while they battle in court about your tax dollars. A set of clips released last week compiled a montage of each contestant and some of their dishes, drawn from the videos they submitted to enter the contest. When first pub ... More >>
Food Network HumorAfter 12 years of growing grouchier and more haggard, Alton Brown announced a few weeks ago that he's putting Good Eats out to pasture. Presumably, he's ditching science class for something more lucrative, like Welch's grape juice and the warmed-over Iron Chef: America, leav ... More >>
A few weeks ago, Ed Bark noted that WFAA-Channel 8 was moving Chris Flanagan, co-host of its morning-news show Daybreak, to Good Morning Texas, whatever that is. His replacement: Ron Corning, who's leaving Kabletown's Long Island affiliate to pair up with Cynthia Izaguirre, the sixth-most famous ... More >>
Even eaters who dine out only on special occasions have typically been exposed to Berkshire pork and Waygu beef. But when it comes to duck, few restaurants bother to reveal which breed they're serving. "Every time I see duck on the menu, it just says duck," says Ted Hill, co-chair of the Dal ... More >>
Featuring some big names both old and new, it's just another crazy busy musical Thursday evening...
Brand New, ThricePalladium BallroomOctober 30, 2009Better than: flipping through zillions of censored horror flicks on cable.Brand NewWaiting for the members of Brand New to approach the stage was more like waiting for a song to begin on Guitar Hero--or kinda like an encore before the show even b ... More >>
The state of some food these days is enough to make a man go hungry rather than risk consuming the contents of many processed and pre-packaged items. If it's not salmonella-tainted peanuts, it's energy drinks that turn your blood into syrup. Health Canada recently found that 96 percent of sodas o ... More >>
It's love in the time of the dark lord
Thursday, December 13, at the Door
Billy Joel "rocks" the AAC
And on the seventh day, God created sketch comedy
Judd Apatow explains himself
Friday, April 6, at The Door, Dallas
Saturday, March 24, at Riprocks, Denton
Girl takes some—but definitely not all—of it off
Sunday, September 3, at the Door
The architect Renzo Piano makes high design for our local culture of kitsch
Jaden's restaurant works, except when it doesn't, which is often
Tuesday, February 1, at Gypsy Tea Room
Where do people over 40 hang out?
How do bartenders spot underage drinkers?
If there was any life to this reality-based drama, the filmmakers seem to have missed it
October 25 and 29
Home Movie looks inside some eccentric domiciles
The malaise of one suburban teen is made vivid in the disturbing first feature film L.I.E.
There are plenty of surprises at Sapristi!
Ted Demme and Denis Leary are a match made in effin' heaven
Rumors of De La Soul's imminent demise are proved untrue with the Art Official Intelligence series
New New Bohemians, Tomorrowpeople part with manager, The Eagle does fashion, and more
A trip to Long Island reveals an Allison wonderland
Settling into the relaxed paranoia of Henry Fool director Hal Hartley
With Parent Trap, Disney brings us that rarest of creatures:a successful remake
John Spano was just a dull, two-bit Dallas businessman before he tried to buy a professional hockey team. Now he's been charged with bank fraud, and his claims of wealth and business prowess are dissolving in the glare of scorching publicity.
The Daytrippers loosens the family ties that bind
Remake of the 1950s romantic comedy Sabrina searches for a '90s mood
From New York to Dallas comes a classically trained punk-pop band