Sarah Jessica Parker travels to a working mom's fantasy island.
Eataly's pastry shopWhile everyone was enduring the Super Bowl pains here in Dallas, I was away in NYC and LA for work. Despite braving a blizzard and juggling time zones, I ate well. Both food scenes were predictably different. I ate rich, fatty foods in the NYC winter blast, while in LA, ... More >>
Hell with all this 'mixologist' talk. After 16 years behind a bar, Bryan calls himself an inebriation specialist.The Grapevine's longstanding early shift bartender--he signed on in 1998--knows most people in the joint by name...or he will, if you show up again. His casual, chatty and honest style fi ... More >>
Get Smart redux is a rare device: a TV remake for the big screen that works on its own terms
Bravo Jeffrey Marion Lee, at left, with the dress that got him kicked off the Runway last week As we didn't post on Thursday, which was some kind of a holiday, we didn't get to mention that Project Runway is short one Dallasite: Grange Hall/Urban Flower's Jeffrey Marion Lee, who was sent packing af ... More >>
Sedaris and Colbert peddle Candy not everybody wants
Failure is McConaughey's perfect movie and a pretty good one for us
The Family Stone is hard to like, harder still to hate
In Matchstick Men, a father meets daughter and sets a paper moon ablaze
These shoes were made for auction
California Suite isn't Neil Simon's best, but Richardson Theatre Centre could have done worse
Because it does matter how much a gift costs
The Four Blondes make the same mistakes as the women in Sex in the City, but have less fun
Is he a writer, director, actor or...sex symbol? Um, yes--and more
In a small town, folks swallow Hollywood's American bull
We wanna get with Dubya
Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell isn't Carrie Bradshaw. Like, really.
Well-mounted Dudley Do-Right doesn't quite get his man
'Til There Was You is looking for love in all the wrong places
Tim Burton turns his ray gun on everything in sight when Mars Attacks!
Sylvia begs for more meat
Extreme Measures makes medicine sinister and Hugh Grant heroic
In the charming romantic comedy Miami Rhapsody, just about everything goes right