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This Texas Republican Congressional Ad Would Make Michael Bay Weep

2 days ago by Simone Carter
A campaign ad featuring six Texas Republican congressional candidates is alleged to have used Russian and Israeli stock film footage.

3 Dallas Chefs Share Stories of Their Recipes, Despite Grumpy Comments in NY Times

2 months ago by Lauren Drewes Daniels
It all started with a blueberry bundt cake and a promise to cure a baking rut. I didn’t realize I was in a baking rut, unless avoiding turning the oven on for long periods during the Texas summer qualifies as a rut. The recipe I followed was written in narrative form;...

Good to Go: Ka-Tip Offers a Wealth of Flavor Curbside

4 months ago by Taylor Adams
Months ago, just after critic Brian Reinhart had already visited and raved about the flavors coming out of Ka-Tip Thai Street Food, I tasted something I hadn’t experienced since sitting outside some restaurant in Bangkok years ago. The soup, rice dishes and appetizers we tried were wonderful, but the first...

Chilled to Go: Triple Digits Are Coming, Get Yourself a Bellini

4 months ago by Taylor Adams
It’s July. While that would normally mean we could be at a Texas Rangers game succumbing to the employee who’s sweating in the heat yelling “Lemon Chill,” we’re at home. But it’s still hot: As of now, it looks like we could reach 100 degrees this week, something we know...

Dallas Actor Jonathan Majors Digs Into the Truth of the Black Experience With Spike Lee

5 months ago by Liam Gaughan
Two days after returning from the Sundance Film Festival, Dallas-born actor Jonathan Majors got the call that would fill any performer with joy: Spike Lee wanted to meet with him about a role. Majors eagerly drove to Lee’s office in Brooklyn, but the meeting wasn’t exactly what he expected. The...

Eat This: A Green Curry that Feeds Your Soul

8 months ago by Alex Gonzalez
If you’ve been to Asian Mint, you know that it's chef Nikky Phinyawatana’s mission to feed your soul as well as your body. She even has a YouTube channel called “Nikky Feeding Souls,” in which she shows her travels through Thailand and how she carefully sources her ingredients. With each...

Find the Flavors of Myanmar in Lewisville

8 months ago by Paige Weaver
Burmese food, from the country of Myanmar, is a cuisine not pervasive in Dallas. While you can easily find food from many Asian countries in Dallas-Fort Worth, Burmese food is seemingly underrepresented. Myanmar is in Southeast Asia, bordered by Thailand, Laos, India, China and Bangladesh. The flavors of its food...

SXSW and Every Major Festival and Tour Affected by the Coronavirus

8 months ago by Garrett Gravley
With almost 100,000 cases of the coronavirus reported worldwide, the global economy is continuing to incur damage, and the live music industry is one of its largest casualties. Below is a list of major festivals and tours that have been postponed, canceled or affected in other ways by the outbreak...

Khao Noodle Shop

Donny Sirisavath grew up in the back rooms of his parents’ Thai and Chinese restaurants in San Antonio and served as a cook during high school, but he didn’t have a formal chef job of his own...

Onward Christian Soldier: Dallas Documentarian Captures Story of the Free Burma Rangers

8 months ago by Liam Gaughan
When he sent an email to the Free Burma Rangers in early 2004, filmmaker Chris Sinclair didn’t expect that in a few short months he’d be hiking across Thailand taking photos of displaced individuals. And he certainly didn’t expect that years later, he’d create a documentary telling the story of...

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