Meet the last of our 20 semifinalists in the 10 Most Eligible Men in Dallas competition.
Why you've got to buy — and read — Merritt Tierce's debut novel set in a Dallas restaurant.
What's the appeal? Anyone can be anyone, at least for one Sunday afternoon.
The Londoner's Rockwall outpost doesn’t need its English trappings to be a proper local pub.
Singer Lily Allen knows how to make news. After taking a 4-year hiatus from the spotlight, she’s burst back on the scene by starting Twitter fights with Azealia Banks, calling her new record Sheezus, and ultimately scoring two UK top-ten hit singles at once. Her industry criticism has set her apart from her peers, making her one of the more shrewd and sharp-tongued artists in all of radio pop.
FT33’s executive chef and owner, Matt McCallister, will be offering a series of eight-course dinners—all using local ingredients—made by some of the nation’s most praised and recognized chefs across the nation. Complementary wine pairings will also be offered.
Monday, February 17: Chef Richard Kuo
Monday, March 17: Chef Bryce Gilmore
Monday, April 21: Chef Benjamin Sukle
Monday, May 19: Chef Jason Dady
Monday, June 16: Chef Matthew Jennings
Monday, July 21: Chef Brandon Baltzley
Monday, September 15: Chef Lachlan Mackinnon-Patterson
As one of Dallas' longest-running DJ weeklies, this has become the signature way for local dance fanatics, service industry worker bees, and doubly left-footed writers to kick off the work week. Classic disco and funk tracks coupled with cheap drinks are the easiest way to make believe it's not really Monday. Join Tony Schwa and a rotating variety of expert track selectors.
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