by Chris Gray
Sci-fi fans across the world were saddened when prolific author Ray Bradbury died Tuesday, Wired magazine reported. The typewriter-loving Bradbury was 91 and lived in Los Angeles.
Bradbury was best-known for writing that set the standard for post-WWII science fiction such as Fahrenhe ... More >>
For 26 years, Pegasus Theatre has been taking the color out of stage comedy. They do it in "Living Black and White," a trade-secret method of makeup, costume and scenery that strips all the color away onstage -- except for the slip of an actor's pink tongue or a glimpse of blue eyes.
Pegasus' cu ... More >>
Smashburger2222 McKinney Ave.Dude Factor: 8, or Orson Welles, on a scale of 1 (Britney Spears) to 10 (David Hasselhoff)We'd been hearing positive buzz about the Addison Smashburger ever since it opened a little over a year ago. Unfortunately, we rarely go to Addison for burgers. We might venture ... More >>
The Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association just released its tops-o'-2009 list; it follows in full after the jump. But, first, this teaser: Dodging critical conventional wisdom that has put Kathryn Bigelow's The Hurt Locker at the top of most critics' polls, the DFWCA instead opted to follow ... More >>
Mercury chef Chris WardChefs seem to come and go, but Ward endures...although he almost left when, several years ago, the former President's staff considered him for the White House chef position. Indeed, he was one of three finalists selected from more than 15,000 applicants. Oh, and he did take a ... More >>