| 14 years ago What would happen if audiences started readings plays before they watched them onstage? PLUS: the Meadows celebrates a big birthday and can’t-miss performances.
| 14 years ago The FBI raids on City Hall happened seven months ago, and the press has dug up mountains of damning evidence. Yet here we are, still waiting.
| 14 years ago One hundred and fifty years ago this month, Dallas incorporated as a town. That, friends, is called a sesquicentennial. We celebrate with a few pages from the family album.
| 14 years ago A double-dog dare over bottles of Pinot at Cafe Pacific led oilman Robie Vaughn to Olympic glory in an almost-forgotten sport, skeleton.
| 14 years ago Note to my wife’s book club: study this column, you tramps.
| 14 years ago
Valentine’s Day finds any fellow would fancy and custom clothing, skincare, and spa services just for gents.
| 14 years ago The sought-after wedding-cake maker reclaims her throne.
| 14 years ago Use charter schools’ success to force radical change.
| 14 years ago Hooters gets some competition, a man makes a stand against lemons, Laura Miller flubs about LUV, Niven Morgan hits it big with bath products, and more.
| 14 years ago A good bowl of chili with—gasp!—beans can be found at this throwback soda fountain in downtown Irving.
| 14 years ago No matter what we say, there’s no denying that the original Burger House in Snider Plaza has a long list of devotees.
| 14 years ago In addition to sushi, the big deal here is tapas, which encompass all kinds of cuisine.
| 14 years ago Brace yourself for the parade of protein, which, like the salad bar, is ho-hum.
| 14 years ago Popular among Asians and chefs, Sushi Sake in Richardson poofs up its presence.
| 14 years ago You can’t help but like a place that stands proudly in the face of competition, as if to announce, “We’re here to stay.”
| 14 years ago Tonya Brenneman scored millions to design a computer system for the Dallas County jail—a system that failed so miserably that dangerous criminals went free. She swears she didn’t get the job by sleeping with a county official.