Our very own Alice Laussade was just named Best Columnist by D Magazine, which is good because Alice had planned to do some very weird things had she been snubbed this year.
The cultural section of the glossy's annual Best of Big D issue names other arts and life bests, including the BBQ Snob for ... More >>
It's soups and suits this week in eater philanthropy. Read on.
The Event: Empty Bowls
The Cause: North Texas Food Bank
If you need a bowl or plans for lunch on Friday, multiply that with a good deed and attend the 12th annual Empty Bowls event, put on by Tom Thumb. From 11 a.m. to 1 at the M ... More >>
Photos by Andrea GrimesEbby Halliday still has it, two months from her 100th birthday, which will be celebrated at the Meyerson Symphony Center on March 9.Everybody who lives to be 100 years old should get a party in their honor at the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center. That should simply be a f ... More >>
A few afternoon follow-ups to some morning items, plus a note from City Hall, where pink slips are going out in advance of tomorrow's scheduled layoffs. (Dallas City Manager Mary Suhm says she's laying off 840, with the hopes of hiring back 500.) Rudy has word about some losses at the Meyerson Sy ... More >>
The Meyerson Symphony Center hosted the finest soup line in town this afternoon, at the 10th annual Empty Bowls event . More than 1,300 guests satisfied their appetites and helped raise $143,860 for the North Texas Food Bank's hunger relief efforts.
With 21 food vendors on hand, lunch options incl ... More >>
Fantasia Barrino, who you may recall from her American Idol days, headlined the 26th Annual Black Music and Civil Rights Movement Concert, presented by the Black Acadamy of Arts and Letters at the Meyerson Symphony Center Sunday night.Dancers, poets and more singers performed at the show, which was ... More >>