Making Dallas Even Better
A look back at eight years of celebrating the city's loveliest ladies.
Allow us to celebrate our favorite culinary experiences of the last year.
American Airlines chief executive Doug Parker gets off to a flying start.
We sent our roving reporter in search of a perfectly coiffed head of hair.
Irish playwright Conor McPherson is known for introducing a supernatural glow to his grim stories of defeated loners and dysfunctional outcasts. That light is dimmer than usual in this award-winning piece about a broken-down Dubliner who takes in a prostitute on the run, making these characters’ human frailties even more striking.
It’s hard to make the American political process look more absurd than it already is, but this dark comedy about a contentious lieutenant governor race in Nebraska pulls it off by diving deep into its characters’ shapeshifting ideologies. The satire bites at both sides of the aisle, as does the humor.
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