Good things come in threes. This week, two benefits are going strong in their third year, benefiting humans on down to their companions. For some great food and feel-good, check out what's going on this week. The Cause: The Stewpot Alliance The Place: Union Station Tuesday's Third Annual Sou ... More >>
It was waaaay back in October '09 we noticed that Police drummer Stewart Copeland was working on a percussion concerto for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra with locals D'Drum, which counts among its members local legend Jamal Mohamed. We are now but weeks away from the world premiere of that piece, Ga ... More >>
For the second time in a month, the Dallas Symphony Orchestra has canceled a concert due to slow ticket sales. But June's cancellation was for a "community concert" featuring Jubilant Sykes -- an astounding singer, but not exactly a household name. And it came with two weeks' warning. But today's ... More >>
It's a pretty good-looking weekend of shows this time around, folks. Go out and see some bands and stuff, y'know? First, the shows we've already mentioned... Tonight, there's Delta Spirit and Nada Surf at Hailey's in Denton, Torche, Black Cobra and Clouds at The Lounge, The Black Crowes at the ... More >>
Jack Baum, chairman and CEO of Food, Friends and Company, is adding another eatery to the portfolio. Dallas' Jack Baum has plenty of eateries under his Food Friends and Company banner, among them Wapango and Cozymel’s Mexican Grill. And he's had his hands in plenty of other plates: He turned Sam's ... More >>
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