Downtown Dallas doesn't offer much it terms of grocery stores. Urbanmarket closed earlier this year because it couldn't find is place in the fickle grocery-shopping patterns of downtown residents. Other than that, CVS and 7-Eleven are the choices. It's like a grocery store desert -- with lots of tal ... More >>
The librarians have landed, as today's the first day of the estimable American Library Association Midwinter Meeting at the Dallas Convention Center, so you know what that means. Good timing, then, for Reuters' freshly minted "48 hours in Dallas/Fort Worth" itinerary, which is a little better tha ... More >>
The American Library Association Midwinter Meeting's set for January 20-24 at the Dallas Convention Center, so you know what that means: Thousands of librarians, publishers and authors will be checking out the city for a few days. Perhaps the city can find someone amongst the bunch to lead the Da ... More >>
Kimberly ThorpeIf you haven't been to the Spaghetti Warehouse in a while, it looks exactly as it did the last time you were there.The Spaghetti Warehouse celebrated its 37th birthday on Wednesday with an all-day draft special and a Beatles cover band -- and, if you were born in 1972, a slice of c ... More >>
Kimberly ThorpeOn Tuesday evening, Mike Graham, a tall and wiry 50-year-old, hopped off the bus with just his instrument in tow and walked over the red bricks to the corner of Ross Avenue and Market Street. He took the saxophone out and left the case propped against the picturesque streetlamp in fro ... More >>
The Taste of Dallas returns
Sakurai focuses on sophisticated soba
Chapter 7 isn't the EC's lucky number
This dinner theater is getting pretty gamey
We twist open 2005 for a nip. Is this a sign of things to come?
Why doesn't anyone go to the West End?
Plus: The Father Returns
After two decades, the West End is a pale shadow of its former self. Will it rise again?
Consolidated set to acquire Bamboo Bamboo space
You can have an Atomic time at this West End sushi joint
Fading flashiness marked the year in Dallas dining
Poop friction; Beefy dough
Dallas' new police Chief Terrell Bolton walks through a minefield as he tries to reshape the department. His strategy? Wear combat boots.
How greed, incompetence, and allegations of fraud sank Dallas' FoodStar Restaurant Group
The Dallas scene was everywhere -- and nowhere -- in 1999
Chicken booger boo; Mixed hash; List watch
When people started asking why Dallas' finest were losing the war on slumlords, someone reached for the bag of dirty tricks
1998 was a year of lusty carnivores, raw fish, and orgiastic indulgence