There was a time when there were no restrictions on where you could smoke in Dallas. Now, thanks to the City Council, the freedom to smokers to light up in public may be extinguished. Doesn’t anyone remember how awesome it is to smoke?Full Story
Detective P.E. Jones is a 36-year DPD veteran and a nice guy. He’s also able to elicit confessions from murder suspects won over by his straightforward manner.Full Story
EAT THIS NOWCarrot PresentationCHEF: JOHN TESARTHE RESTAURANT AT THE ROSEWOODMANSION ON TURTLE CREEK photography by Kevin Hunter Marple ...Full Story
This private island has luxurious amenitites, beautiful scenery, and a brief travel time. Did we mention the frozen towels?Full Story
photography by Misty Keasler Lori Lewis is no stranger to success. As the rookie coach of SMU’s Pom Squad, the group won the national title in the university’s first appearance at the ...Full Story
THE LABOR PARTY: On a recent morning, workers wait on Ross Avenue for their next job.photography by Brian Harkin Writers are usually broke, but if my funds get dangerously low I’ve got ...Full Story
photography by Elizabeth Lavin The distinguished world of high-end Champagne seldom sees feuds worthy of coverage on BET. But after an exec with Louis Roederer, maker of the oft-referenced ...Full Story
Refresh, renew, restore, and revitalize your skin with treatments at these local spas.
The local art community knows Jacques Lamy as a gallery owner. But he’salso an esteemed French painter with a secret room where he practiceshis craft.Full Story
Rich people buy expensive art. Our columnist’s question: is it worth it? Plus: Dita Von Teese bares all for Dallas society.Full Story
Fresh, new add-ons get your look prepped for the season.
Photographer: Bode Helm; Model: Lauren Gatlin/Kim Dawson Agency; Hair & Makeup: Sara Domi/Kim Dawson Agency; Styling: Stephanie Quadri; Styling assistant: Kate Hall; Nails: Kesha Daniel/Nail Bar ...Full Story
Bistro Nous would seem to have decent credentials. But what looks good on paper doesn’t always play out on the plate.Chef-owner James Rowland worked at the Dallas National Golf Club and at Beau Nash at ...Full Story
The latest steakhouse to hit the Oak Lawn area has a lot of competition, with Bob’s just a spud’s toss away. Presumably Silver Fox is doing something right, because this is the fifth outpost. We were surprised ...Full Story
The former Chili’s creator has gone fresh and local, and his new neighborhood “stores” are a cut (or two, of pie) above chains.Full Story
Inside this tiny neighborhood restaurant, tucked discreetly in the back of the shopping center at Midway Road and Northwest Highway, regulars enjoy meals that are more special, and often more affordable, ...Full Story
Remember when Taverna first opened in 2004 and you couldn’t get a table? Not much has changed. People both young and beautiful still camp out on the couch with a glass of Mumm sparkling rose, contentedly ...Full Story
Bishop Arts keeps its culinary winning streak intact with one of the best new sushi restaurants in the city.Full Story
MONUMENT MAN: If Robert Edsel appears cocky, he has a right to be. photography by Matthew Hawthorne Though Robert Edsel might not be a household name just yet, a look at his résumé certainly ...Full Story
photography courtesy of Leblon For the authentic Brazilian mardi gras party experience, make a traditional caipirinha, the national Brazilian drink made with cachaça, a rum-like liquor ...Full Story
Two Dallas men undertake an experimental project to transform the way the world flies.Full Story
The Nasher has plenty of competition in trying to find its new leader.
A darling little girl suffers a Q&A with a prying journalist.Full Story
I keep a list. On it are the names of the writers who will never again work for this magazine, no matter how brilliant their pitches, no matter how plaintive their appeals to my good Christian nature. ...Full Story