How many Wal-marts does a city need to thrive? People living in the hip circle of neighborhoods surrounding downtown Dallas say we have enough Wal-marts, Wal-mart-affiliated stores and other big boxes to sustain us and it's time to consider some development that isn't a giant box and acres of ashpha ... More >>
When Lockhart Smokehouse owners Jeff and Jill Bergus announced they were opening a second location of their barbecue restaurant, it just sounded like another successful restaurant making plans to expand. The Berguses sold out of paper-wrapped brisket on a regular basis at their first location in the ... More >>
The West End just got itself a great CFS.
This week, our Englishman in BBQ Sauce samples a little Memphis-style barbecue at Red, Hot & Blue in Plano (5017 W. Plano Parkway), which is a littlelike traveling to Glasgow to sample the cuisine of Rome, but please don't tell him that. It's much more fun keeping him in the dark. Before the year is ... More >>
You know the moment. The sun's pouring in on your Rockwellian dinner table, already made up for Father's Day, and Dad's smoking a pipe with the Morning Herald Sun New Times. You lean over to him in your warm sweater and say "Dad, you want a cold beer?" He says yes, and you saddle up to Facebo ... More >>
Patrick MichelsFormer Cowboys cheerleader Terra Watson has moved her booming business down to Expo ParkFormer Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader Terra Watson spent the last 12 years designing and manufacturing pro-team dance and cheerleader uniforms -- including her former teammates' Christmas presents t ... More >>
Dallas dining is largely controlled by men. Seven women are trying to change that.
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Magic Johnson has gone from basketball star to business success
Carlson's decision to dump its upscale restaurant division scarcely bothers its founder
John Cameron Mitchell takes a mile with his all-purpose, silly-fun musical Hedwig
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Picardys is much more than shrimp--or even seafood
Jones biographer Dent says Cowboys owner offered job if he'd purge book