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Richardson venue welcomes all, from bards to belly dancers.
Each week, Justin Bitner goes hunting for DFW's most interesting sandwiches. Have a sandwich suggestion? Leave it in the comments and he'll check it out. Venue: Sid's Rainbow Grill The Sandwich: The Club ($6.75) Bread: Wheat seared by an angry toaster Toppings: Ham, Turkey, Lettuce, Tomato, ... More >>
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Lupe Fiasco's The Cool (Atlantic)
The Adolpus Children's Parade returns
Presta's visions defy gravity
Little ones get their own film festival
J.M. Barrie gets a Hollywood makeover in Finding Neverland
Here's a treat that lasts all month
A parade of crazies keeps this Sea afloat
Celebrating a birthday with a pile of Pooh
Shadow Hours isn't quite Fincher, but it's a good try
Sandman author Neil Gaiman finds magic in the damnedest place
Seven years after her police-officer husband died in the line of duty, Lydia Galvan clings to his memory -- any way she can
Disney hopes its upstart kids radio network will be more than just a Mickey Mouse effort
Religious circumciser Rabbi Michael Rovinsky is skilled, funny, and popular among both his Jewish and gentile clients. But is this mohel a brazen self-promoter who is maiming our children by doing God's work?
Has Spiritualized emerged with its masterwork, or is it just the drugs?
Dallas swingers learn that an ill-timed grope can lead to a date in court
Lindsay and Gowan wander happy as a cloud
Last year's offerings brightened local stage
Tarpley battles demons, boards--and Barney the dinosaur