There's certainly a lot of talk about meat, and rightly so, when it comes to Chef John Tesar's Knife Modern Steak, opening soon in the Hotel Palomar. But what about the hotel guest with a sweet tooth, or the film geek who wants to break down the third act after a night across the street at the Ang ... More >>
In 2013, Dallas residents were treated to an unprecedented whiff of Dallas city government, and the experience was something akin to opening that long-forgotten Tupperware container wedged beneath your car seat. The fumes aren't going to kill anyone, but the noxious mix of incompetence and deceit is ... More >>
The house at 4015 Allencrest Lane -- a tidy four-bedroom, three-bath ranch-style in North Dallas -- isn't the first place one would look for a weed-growing mastermind named Bone. Nevertheless, that's where DEA agents tracked down 37-year-old Brian Edward Deloney in June 2010, not to mention several ... More >>
In a perfect world, Tango Blast would be a cool, refreshing fruity beverage. But we don't live in a perfect world and the name has instead been appropriated by a rapidly growing, extremely violent Texas gang with ties to Mexican drug cartels. It's some 10,000 members strong, according to the Texas D ... More >>
The life of a tax office mail clerk seems that it'd be dull. Box after cardboard box of IRS forms, IRS instruction manuals and IRS paraphernalia, with only an occasional piece of computer equipment to spice things up. So, yesterday's special delivery must have come as a surprise to the clerk at a F ... More >>
The big dance may be over, but Thanksgiving lives on inside our refrigerators. Leftover turkey and sides revisit us for days after the holiday -- lingering in Tupperware, covered in foil and wrapped in plastic, until that 5-day-old turkey funk reaches out from our fridge to punch us in the nose. Th ... More >>
I distinctly remember my first encounter with deviled eggs. I was at a Penn State football game, probably eight years old. I was nearing double-digit eggs before I realized I'd gone too far. To me the snack will always be a tailgating food, but to bars and restaurants, deviled eggs seem to have b ... More >>
To survive the ordeal of escaping Guatemala, Julia needed a big Heart. But not this big.
Delectably creamy, nutty and decidedly vegan, the simple plate of hummus has taken its place on mainstream plates across the globe. And why not, the dish is relatively low in fat and calories, and serves our need for detoxifying agents. This is a bonus after a 3-day bender. Nutrition aside, ... More >>
Photos by Patrick MichelsThis cheesecake dreamed of L.A. every minute it spent baking in Lewisville.The first one showed up around 6 a.m. Sunday, and by noon the line stretched down Travis Street and into the Sur La Table parking lot: hundreds of homemakers, grillmasters and amateur chefs waiting ... More >>
I only listened to Russ Martin's show on Live 105.3 sporadically. I've met the guy just once. Talked with him for all of 45 seconds. So how do you tell the story of a guy like that? You talk to everyone that knows him. That's worked for him. With him. Those that love him. And those that loat ... More >>
Patrick MichelsMore photos from the show, including cast members after the show, in our slide show.Joel Hodgson and the rest of the old MST3K crew treated a fair-sized crowd of die-hard fans to the first run-through of their signature treatment of The Alien Factor Friday night, loosening the b ... More >>
Behind the break-up. T-Minus 24 hours. I’m sure the Sportatorium blogdom is all atwitter about my opinions on Angels 9, Rangers 6. Okay, let me label rookie catcher Max Ramirez’ miraculous effort as baseball’s “Double Play of the Year”. But, really, who am I kidding? If I own ... More >>
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Bobby D puts his complaints in writing
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You sure you wanna be a part of it?
Dallas police say Herbert Lee Madison caused the death of an exemplary officer. But an eyewitness who saw the entire incident unfold says Madison is no cop killer.
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At the DMA, one man's ephemera is another's cultural history
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It ain't a Knockout, but this chick boxing flick lands a few
Il Solé's menu rocks. Unfortunately, so does the sound system.
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Holly Mullen meets Dunham and Miller, the radio jocks whose sports talk show leaves Dallas women panting for more
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