Photos by Patrick MichelsJoe O'Connell and Blessing Hancock with a model of their proposal for the Ross Ave. Underpass.After the comments began streaming in on yesterday's preview of the public art proposals for the Ross Avenue Underpass, there was no way we'd miss a chance to hear direct from t ... More >>
While almost every Super Bowl visitor was told a different story, it looks like Dallas is still very much a steak town. A full six months after KRLD Restaurant Week, organizers have released numbers from the charitable event. The annual fundraiser raised a record $605,000 for the North Texas ... More >>
Friends of Texas Craft BreweriesYou're going to need your palate and your liver to be in tip-top shape for Dallas Beer Week in November. Fortunately, there are plenty of training opportunities coming up -- as well as a chance to support state House Bill 602, which would allow craft breweries to c ... More >>
Anyone going through withdrawals over the week-long absence of see-and-be-seen Addison hotspot BlackFinn American Saloon, they can exhale now. Although the place has been closed, it hasn't gone anywhere for good. It was just having a nice beauty sleep. The remodeled version opens today at 4 p.m. w ... More >>
The Hilton Anatole's sky-soaring restaurant Nana recently hired Russell Burkett as its new Wine Steward. This puts Burkett in charge of more than 600 selections of wine from the 27th-floor restaurant's varied and sophisticated wine collection. He will also provide ongoing wine education and progr ... More >>
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What's in a name?
McDonalds serves up a rodent, then scurries for cover
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Zea plans to grill-mark Dallas
Are we choosing ourselves crazy?
Millionaire Allen Blackthorne had a unique scheme to regain custody of his kids--have his ex-wife murdered
Dallas restaurateur Dale Wamstad portrays himself as humble entrepreneur and devoted father. The family he abandoned in New Orleans has a bone to pick with that.
Theater of the absurd?