Christina Hughes Babb
13 days ago | Film and TV
Blake DeLong, a Dallas native, is a rising star on Broadway, Netflix, Amazon, network TV and the big screen. A few years ago, New York City playwright Taymor called DeLong one afternoon and asked, “Ready to be in a Spike Lee joint?” But this was, ...
18 days ago | Architecture and Design
Boutique apartment buildings and cleared, muddy plots marked with signs advertising “Coming Soon: Homes Starting at $400,000” are hints of the latest massive gentrification rolling through Old East Dallas. By decree, though, the bulldozers clearin...
2 months ago | Openings and Closings
The Ross at Peak Thrift Store, the shabby, barn-red shop with the sign above the door shouting to passersby that “EVERYTHING MUST GO!” really means it this time. The shop, loved by antique hunters and designers, is falling victim to gentrification...
2 months ago | Best Of Dallas
The weirdest, chic-est or just most conversation-worthy bathrooms at Dallas bars and restaurants.
12 months ago | Lists
Turns out the TV show Dallas isn't the only thing this great city can claim. Plenty of things (and even some people) have been created here — everything from pedal pushers to a bottled scent that makes your shit not stink. Here's our list of ...