In a small and reliably stodgy restaurant scene like Dallas', change isn't something that comes easily. At Kitchen LTO, though, change is the only thing reliably on the menu. This "permanent pop-up" concept is now in its third incarnation, with a brand new chef, Brooke Egger, who's largely unknown ... More >>
After Chef Eric Shelton cooks his last meal at Kitchen LTO on June 1, a new chef chosen by the people will start fresh with a brand new concept. Last week, owner Casie Caldwell held a tasting and voting party where diners could choose a winner from the five semi-finalists who were vying to take over ... More >>
Kitchen LTO, the innovative "permanent pop-up restaurant" that set up shop in Trinity Groves last year, has helped some of the city's most promising up-and-coming chefs hone their skills. As current Kitchen LTO chef Eric Shelton's control of the restaurant comes to an end on May 31, the restaurant i ... More >>
It seems like the Dallas culinary scene's thought leaders and trendsetters are getting younger and younger as each year passes. Shortly after her 29th birthday, Kirstyn Brewer, executive chef at Victor Tango's, is leading a restaurant that's been a Henderson Avenue institution for more than 10 years ... More >>
A Lull is a relatively new band hailing from Chicago. In just a few years, they've developed a solid reputation for edgy indie pop and chaotic live performances. Currently on tour in support of Confetti, their impressive debut, A Lull seems primed for a larger audience. Speaking from his car on the ... More >>
Freebirds World Burrito, you know, the other 'FB' you love besides Facebook, is bringing its "hippie-inspired burrito concept that originated in Santa Barbara, CA" to Irving, TX. Jason Daniel, Director of Operations for Freebirds, along with his team, is working hard to bring restaurant #49 ... More >>
Down with the manglers of a grand language.
Once-in-a-lifetime events sometimes happen more than once, turns out. Next Tuesday night, when My Morning Jacket performs in its hometown of Louisville, Kentucky, to celebrate the release of their new album, Circuital, they will be joined on stage by one Erykah Badu, just as they so memorably were t ... More >>
Patrick MichelsOld 97's back at the 2010 Musink festival in Fair ParkLest you doubted our note from way, way, way, way back in March -- y'know, that the Old 97's were going to release the second installment of their two-part Grand Theatre release on July 5 -- well, now the folks putting out the r ... More >>
Rob AllynLongtime observers of the local political landscape probably hear the name Rob Allyn and think of the Trinity River Corridor Project (Schutze insists it was Allyn who came up with those solar-powered water taxis), myriad mayoral campaigns, those Dubya ads attacking John McCain's environm ... More >>
The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame is now giving restaurant apron collectors the chance to beef up their Fort Worth holdings. In conjunction with its showing of "The Apron Chronicles," a traveling photographic exhibit managed by The Women's Museum of Dallas, the museum's raffling o ... More >>
Click to embiggen the map of the area that would be impacted by the proposed $2 million economic development grant.On Friday we sneak-peeked that proposed $2-million economic development grant proposal intended to "support emerging development opportunities in North Oak Cliff." Before Wednesday's ... More >>
So much for North Oak Cliff not needing City Hall ...On Monday, the council's Economic Development Committee will discuss an "economic development grant proposal to support emerging development opportunities in North Oak Cliff." Which is kinda vague till you look at the corresponding item (No. 57 ... More >>
It's a felony, sure, but in the absence of real immigration reform, some young, assimilated illegal immigrants see it as their best path to citizenship.
La DuniHey ladies, we hope you can find a babysitter, skip your yoga class or leave work early this Thursday, April 29, because La Duni has something special planned for you. From 6-9 p.m., La Duni's NorthPark location will host a free Girls Night Out celebrating the DVD release of It's Complica ... More >>
On The Range is a weekly exploration of the history and lore of Texas menu items.As the song says, deep in December it's nice to remember...Every Labor Day, the tiny town of Hatch, New Mexico springs to life with the Hatch Valley Chile Festival. Thousands of Chileheads from all across the countr ... More >>
How radio show host Howard Garrett pushed Dallas to the center of the organic gardening movement through passion, principle and molasses
Henry Brant We begin this a.m. with a note of passing that has nothing to do with the end of the Dallas Mavericks' torturous season. The Washington Post carries today the obituary for composer Henry Brant, the 94-year-old Pulitzer Prize-winner who died Friday at his home in Santa Barbara, California ... More >>
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Hudson and Watts cheese it up in France
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Michael Jackson vowed to raise millions for 9/11 victims. And he hired a gay-porn producer pal to help.
The Beta Band is a group that almost anyone could like, but most people don't
Come boom or bust Dallasites gotta eat--out, that is
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Jeroboam flight; Panty wad; Hash mince
As anguished Plano watched heroin pick off its children one by one, a cry went up for police to do anything to stop the deadly plague. Months later, some parents say they went too far.
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