Rebounding from a movie that pissed off and confused America, Joaquin Phoenix gives one of his best performances in Spike Jonze’s Her
Patrick MichelsPad Thai Piña CollisionPad Thai Woon Sen (chicken, shrimp, clear noodles and tofu) with pineapple, cashews and squid.After I failed last week to get a rise out of the folks at Which Wich by ordering something terrible, it occurred to me that the problem might have where I was orderin ... More >>
Flipping through the whatweredoin.com blog the other day, I came across a discussion of our Top Ten Overrated Restaurants that included this comment from "Bread Winners": "Interesting that not a week later, City of Ate...named us one of 'Uptowns 10 Best Patios.' They love us, they hate us, they lo ... More >>
Not Russell, of course. But this is how he chooses to illustrate his Facebook page...He is responsible, indirectly, for the cooking in many of the city's restaurants. That's right--Hodges is one of those teaching chefs. Currently at the AIMS Academy and in the process of advancing his academi ... More >>
He is, in every sense of the word, The Man.Well, that attribution is probably only true for those of us sharing far too much zeal for nightlife, but still...No one is better than this bleary-eyed Dallas Morning News icon at zeroing in on a scene, distilling it into words and makin ... More >>
Beloved '90s stoner hits the Improv
Does Shore still have the juice?
Concerts in the Garden features rockets' red glare and the birth of rock and roll
Male or female servers--does it make a difference?
Handsome Frankenstein at Dallas Children's Theater; Cargo troupe takes Dracula down for the count
The Burning Question crew looks back at 2002
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has reason to shout-his money and enthusiasm are resurrecting a dead team
Dawn Rizos never wanted to get in the gentleman's club business. When she did, she tried to dress it up as best she could
Carrot Top offers up vulgar humor about bodily functions and castration
National Lampoon's Senior Trip is a cheesy mimic of a superior comedy team
Pauly Shore, the crown prince of Valley Dudes, ponders the secret of his success