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Louisville

  • Blogs

    December 8, 2011

    Baboush Chef Yaser Khalaf on How to Make it in America (It All Starts in Lexington)

    Yaser Khalaf, owner of Medina and Baboush in the West Village, traveled throughout the Middle East and Europe as a child. Then in college, he traversed America, Route 66-style, in a van in which he literally blew the engine. His life-long passion for food, culture and people helped mold him into a s ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 23, 2009

    Yeah, But What If Baseball Went To The European Football Table?

    I know the Texas Rangers swept the previously mighty Boston Red Sox and we're all atwitter about the American League West division race heading into August ... September ... maybe even October? But what if baseball were governed according to, say, European football standards? You know, the top ... More >>

  • News

    March 19, 2009
  • Film

    July 3, 2008

    Beyond Gonzo

    Call hell-raiser Hunter S. Thompson's style what you will—a new doc succeeds when saluting his substance

  • News

    May 1, 2008

    Forget Me Not

    In his debut novel, Plano's Stefan Merrill Block makes peace with a family curse

  • News

    December 20, 2007

    Knights' Tale

    Another historic emblem of black Dallas stands on the brink

  • News

    April 29, 2004

    He Wants to be a Millionaire

    So why did LaMarcus Aldridge put off NBA riches?

  • Culture

    February 27, 2003

    Steal This Movie

    Studios don't get the Upright Citizens, which isn't funny at all

  • News

    July 12, 2001

    Grave Matters

    The tombstones in Oakland Cemetery bear names that reflect Dallas' greatness and its shame, from former mayors to klansmen. But years of neglect have left it overgrown and forgotten.

  • News

    May 4, 2000

    Epistle to the Jews

    Southern Baptist missionary Jim Sibley's job is to call Jews to Jesus. Is anyone listening?

  • Culture

    April 6, 2000

    Scratch that itch

    Adrian Hall uses Kitchen Dog and One Flea Spare to soothe that old urge

  • Music

    September 30, 1999

    High fidelity

    Pavement isn't breaking up. It's just learning how to grow old together.

  • Culture

    May 27, 1999

    Sins of the playwright

    Isaac retells an Old Testament tale as a family coming to terms with its dysfunctionality

  • Culture

    March 18, 1999

    Pulling punches

    Mamet's The Old Neighborhood is full of rage, but never scores a direct hit

  • Film

    June 4, 1998

    Dog tired

    Lawn Dogs promising premise fades into a predictable fairy tale

  • News

    July 10, 1997

    Hat's off

    Dwight Yoakam's the last great country singer left--and he doesn't need a twang to prove it

  • News

    November 24, 1994

    Bad landlord

    HUD audit urges ouster of firm targeted in Observer story

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