| 18 years ago Yes, it’s that time of year againâ€”time to reflect on the best and worst of our great city, from food to sports to media. The biggest story, in case you live in a cave, was the election, starring Dallas’ own George Dubya and Dick
| 18 years ago Dallas business analyst David Johnson on the top eight reasons to celebrate in 2001.
| 18 years ago Barry Corbin, who is best known for his work on the hit TV show Northern Exposure, knows Hollywood. As a real-life cowboy living on a ranch in Arlington, he also knows horses. Both have a tendency to bite.
| 18 years ago Dallas is no stranger to media monopolies. Case in point: Belo. So why was it a surprise when New Times, owner of the Observer and FW Weekly, bought up and shut down The Met?
| 18 years ago Mico Rodriguez, the heart and soul behind Mi Cocina and partner at the M Crowd, never dreamed he’d be the head of a restaurant empire, but he built it—three tables at a time.
| 18 years ago In the last 15 years, the Dallas Symphony has bounced back from dire financial straits, built a world-renowned music hall, and hired a talented young music director. Now the DSO is aspiring to even greater heightsto the level now occupied by the Big Five
| 18 years ago Challenged by Ross Perot in 1994 to solve the mystery of Gulf War Syndrome, UT Southwestern epidemiologist Robert Haley was skeptical that he would find a real disorder. Now, as the 10th anniversary of the war rolls around, Haley’s reputation is on the li