I made it exactly 364 days with my 2012 New Year's resolution to not step foot in a mall. I lost on the last day. No, that's not annoying. At all. But, sometimes being a marginal parent trumps our own selfish whims, dreams and desires. So, when my daughter wanted to "go to the mall" for her birthd ... More >>
Kennedy assassination author and conspiracist Robert Groden says the city's out to get him. He may be right.
The St. Augustine Park Pavilion, built in 2008On Sunday we took a look at the new pavilions at Brownwood Park on Walnut Hill Lane, just as they were getting their finishing touches following some issues with a contractor that tried to cut corners. At which point Willis Winters, assistant directo ... More >>
This, per the State Fair's plans sent to Landmark last week, is more or less what the green house will look like. And where it'll go. Sorry for the quality; best we could do with what we got.Finally spoke with Errol McKoy about that green house he's wanting to plant at Fair Park; our Q&A foll ... More >>
Take a trip north or east on the road to riches, maybe
The architect Renzo Piano makes high design for our local culture of kitsch
Atmosphere trumps cuisine at Cosmo Rouge
The artists of Oh6 turn assassination into comic revelry
Pandora Japanese Cuisine is minimal, and that's the least we can say
Barber, Kincaid and Pomara perform shock treatment on painting
The new season in New York's Chelsea galleries offers a mad mixture of artful objects, photo-optics and cinematic play
New exhibit asks, "What are you? Chicken?"
Fort Worth's new Modern Art Museum is a place to while away the hours
Inmates on Texas' Death Row leave behind immeasurable pain and countless victims--including their own families
Euphoria dishes up marine life to lounge lizards
Deep Ellum seafood restaurant can't figure itself out
Cameron Crowe takes Jerry Maguire on a dizzy trip through dreamland
Floored offers a reminder that irony isn't just about bringing the funny
From the Mountain come joyous songs about life and death
The visual iconography of John Pomara makes giant steps out of the digital world's minuscule bits and bytes
Do-it-yourself dishes at Zen Mongo
Familiar to Millions (Epic Records) / All That You Can't Leave Behind (Interscope)
Rice Boxx Asian Café
Yokohama has sushi down cold
Natural Deceits is simpy wonderous. Really.
The Dark Side of Oz? Man, that's just the tip of the iceberg
Pyramid Grill is good, in a dull way
A would-be Indiana Jones reopens the debate over who got to America first
Brian Fridge and his graphite spheres epitomize the rash of rising stars in Dallas' art constellation
Mentally ill Texans used to go to hospitals. Now, increasing numbers of them go to prison instead.
The art world's take on things past can be groovier than the original
A historian and a playwright bring a Dallas blues legend's story to the stage
Steve Miller learned everything he knows about music while living in Dallas--but has he forgotten it all?
Councilwoman Laura Miller steps right into the line of fire--and ends up wounded--in a neighborhood war over a parking lot
Houston lies at the widening crossroads of contemporary art
When the Promise Keepers revival rolls into town, every soul in sight gets exposed