On a recent, rainy Sunday, as vendors struggled to keep their tent awnings awninged and their products dry, a handful of people perused the offerings at Little D Farmers Market under cover of umbrellas. It was a small day for a growing farmers market that opened in April, hoping to bring local produ ... More >>
OK, wait, wait, wait. Sorry. I don't get it. I need a little catch-up here. The second Calatrava fake suspension "signature bridge" across the Trinity is going to be a bicycle bridge? A bicycle bridge? We're going to spend more than $100 million in tax money to build a make-believe suspension bri ... More >>
Hulon Pate has a lot of love for house and techno tunes -- so much, in fact, that he spends most of his time on the look out for the next hot thing to drop at Absinthe Lounge, where he currently has a residency, Deep After Dark. Pate's has been DJing for nearly 20 years now, and considers himself ... More >>
Flickr user: lumiereflFor a sneak peek of what's in store on November 30 and December 3, go here -- to a video from New York City, wherein the Ralph Lauren store on Madison Avenue was transformed earlier this month into a ginormous movie screen. Which isn't the half of it. "Inception in real life ... More >>
Blaine Iler and Ben Hurt, the local entrepreneurs behind Impact Granola, planned to stage two tastings of their charitable cereal at Eatzi's last weekend. But samplers were so enthusiastic on Saturday that the pair didn't have any bags to bring back the next day. "Half of the people who trie ... More >>
We'll have much more on this as we inch closer to Friday, when the city council's Economic Development Committee holds a specially called meeting to discuss a number of hot topics, among them how to tackle the old LTV Tower, whose would-be developers just went into Chapter 11. But one of the more in ... More >>
The enforcer brings his unique blend of ferocity and fashion to the Dallas Stars
Shake, baby, shake
I'd just finished my chai latte -- Black Forest, never Starbucks -- when the inimitable Robert Wilonsky appeared at my office door, his bone-toned striped shirt just the right kind of rumpled (it could only be Ralph Lauren). Wilonsky needed something. That gruff, sulky bear of a journalist, long an ... More >>
The wealthy are just another savage tribe in Fierce People
You think you're mad about your tax appraisal? Well, apparently you're not quite as pissed off as 11 local shopping centers, who today filed suit in Dallas County District Court claiming that the the Dallas Central Appraisal District and Dallas Appraisal Review Board jacked up their respective tax a ... More >>
Is there such a thing as steakhouse saturation?
The Family Stone is hard to like, harder still to hate
For Quinn Eaker, a son of the radical "unschooling" movement, school's out forever
Serenity spins a classic tale way out west
Pottery-selling Satan worshipers and chino salesmen meet for fun and pain in the world of Denton's extreme wrestling
Chorale hosts a fab time with Carson Kressley
Death and rumors have followed Sandra Bridewell for decades. But no one could predict the strange turn her life has taken today.
Looking for counterfeit goods, sheriff's deputies go bargain hunting
Are expensive hamburgers worth the price?
Christine Bisetto and Helen Altman overcome the trappings of gender to tackle bigger issues
Highland Park Christmas lights tour
Dillard's Clearance Center
How skateboarder and surfer dude Tracy Feith wheeled out of Dallas to become the latest, hottest thing in haute couture
American Psycho gets all chopped up, thank God
As downtown's upscale residents find themselves surrounded by an army of street people, many wish these 'dopers and crackheads' would move on -- or at least find a toilet
Dallas' Todd Oldham wants to take his colorful fashions from sassy to classy--and reap big-time profits. But MTV's fashion designer won't have it easy in his quest to transcend trend.
Are bad-boy lawyers Bill Brewer and John Bickel building a bridge to Dallas' minority communities, or trying to sell them one?
Dick Armey thinks he's found a free-market paradise in the Marianas Islands, a U.S. territory where the workers never complain, the factories never quit, and wages are so low, even welfare mothers can hire a Filipino maid
Holly Mullen meets Dunham and Miller, the radio jocks whose sports talk show leaves Dallas women panting for more
Green Elephant is a tasty throwback to the college food of yore
Cafe Highland Park brings The Bubble down to earth
Javier's has been around so long, it's easy to overlook. Here's why you shouldn't
Drive-In Movie Critic of Grapevine, TX
Sinbad's Palace offers superb Middle Eastern cuisine and fabulously hokey ambience