This week in Dallas dining, Les Dames d'Escoffier host their annual fundraising event, Dr. Suess gets a birthday brunch and several local brewers invite you out to imbibe in local beer. Wednesday, February 27 If you've ever wondered what all the beers from Deep Ellum Brewing Co. look like lined up ... More >>
If you need a new benchmark to measure just how broke you are, try "asset poverty." Asset-poor households would be unable to survive for three months at the federal poverty level if some crisis caused them to lose their source of income. As Robert mentioned earlier, asset poverty is the subject of ... More >>
Lillian Moore BradshawI've spent the better part of the morning trying to get to know Lillian Moore Bradshaw, who has died at the age of 95. The memo City Manager Mary Suhm sent to the mayor and city council last night is brief, a few sentences containing a few notable accomplishments -- chief am ... More >>
Mark Cuban aims his hands-on approach at Dallas' downtrodden southern sector.
Courtesy the Alexander Architectural Archive, University of Texas Libraries Herbert Miller Greene Directly across from Unfair Park HQ sits the original Parkland Hospital, now home to Crow Holdings after an extensive redo that modernized the building without desecrating it; Herbert Miller Greene, th ... More >>
Battling the highest teen pregnancy rate in the nation, Texas counselors have their work cut out
Legendary Dallas architect Herbert M. Greene built Proctor Hall 85 years ago. Today, a California health-care provider's having it torn down. By the end of the day -- hell, by the time you read this, most likely -- the 85-year-old Proctor Hall on Haskell Avenue will be no more. "It's being taken dow ... More >>
Dallas Blooms goes Dutch
Lawyers, goons, money--and some very curious sex toys. Laura Miller does the post-game analysis of the Michael Irvin trial.