Cheap beer, affordable tickets, swanky surroundings — what’s not to like about minor and independent league baseball parks?
Pink Friday, February 22, at American Airlines Center, $39.50 I get the appeal of Britney, Christina and Gaga, but Pink has always been the bad girl of the current run of massive pop singers. Nevertheless, she's carved out a niche for herself, and this show will likely sell out.See also:- Ten con ... More >>
Weary of soy protein and veggie burgers from Meatless Mondays gone by, I had set my sights this go around on exotic flavors and spices. My search for bargain vegetarian nirvana took me to Mumtaz, an Indian restaurant located in a generic Richardson strip mall at Campbell and Central. I'm typically ... More >>
Photo by Patrick MichelsSeveral Friends of Unfair Park have chimed in with the results of Travel Leisure's Top New Landmarks readers' poll. And while we're no doubt just one year away from making the Top New Bridges list ... sorry, Schutze is saying, "No." Anyway. Like I was saying, while we're ... More >>
Welcome to a new recurring feature here on DC9 where we talk to musicians about the music no one expects them to like. We're calling it Unexpected Influences -- because, we hope, that's what it will show. Everyone's favorite wannabe Bangle.Very few bands can claim to have ever walloped Dallas ... More >>
Editor's note: Take a tour of the area's specialty and/or strange markets with our own beloved Basket Case, Alice Laussade. Taj Mahal Imports 26 Richardson Heights Center (Richardson) 972-644.1329 Try: Bombay Kitchen Masala Chickpeas from the snack aisle Don't try: Heinz Salad Cream from t ... More >>
The city's effort to clean up downtown could cost us important parts of history.
As Mayor Tom Leppert pushes for a convention center hotel, critics demand more details and less tax money. At least, those who haven't been silenced do.
Like it or not, relocation is the right Cotton-pickin' decision.
Wednesday, November 8, at the Granada Theater
Widespread Panic may experiment, but it's all part of the song. Usually.
In Songcatcher, the music of Appalachia comes alive
July 23 - 29, 1998
A new CD and a move to L.A. herald a career boost for Denny Freeman
Jerry Ragavoy and the ghost of Janis Joplin
Dead on top of your toilet
Paul Slavens goes from Freak Show to trio to solo
Keb' Mo' makes the fat ladies get up and dance
Ignoring food trends, Arthur's does it like it always has--with a flourish
Basic Indian from the lofty Taj Mahal