| 14 years ago When we gathered to review the news from the previous year, Laura Miller stood out as the biggest loser. Sure, Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers was a contender. As was the priest who was accused of drunken driving. Oh, and Kenny Rogers! But we could choose only one. So, congratulations, Laura. At least you’re in good company.
| 14 years ago Kurt Kleinmann resurrects his incomparable Pegasus Theatre. PLUS: a crazy ambitious opera and can’t-miss performances.
| 14 years ago It cannot be ignored that the local television newscasts are lousy with babes. Every channel we turn to, another looker. We thought we’d break it down for you and determine which station has, er, the most talent.
| 14 years ago Think your friends are inviting you to a party? Think again—and bring your wallet.
| 14 years ago Forget about blackjack. Unwind in a peaceful oasis—in the last place you’d think to look for it.
| 14 years ago At a fishing tournament on the Trinity River, all I caught was a buzz.
| 14 years ago Cool orange accessories and denim worthy of royalty.
| 14 years ago After the FBI left and the neighbors began staring, Darlene Calvin had to do the impossible: explain to her children that their father was the singing pedophile dentist on the news.
| 14 years ago Oh, how it pains me to say nice things. Especially when they’re about the people who work for me.
| 14 years ago Johnny Lloyd Rollins croons, Jocelyn White defends herself, Mark Cuban and Charles Barkley dish it out, some good news about public education, and more.
| 14 years ago This Henderson Avenue hot spot has matured into a confident, competent restaurant, targeted to folks in their 20s who love Friday nights out with friends, cute handbags, and cocktails that end with “tini.”
| 14 years ago Lanny Lancarte II, great-grandson of Joe T. Garcia, creates world-class Mexican-Mediterranean cuisine at Lanny’s Alta Cocina Mexicana.
| 14 years ago What other Indian restaurant can say it brings together the kosher club, the vegetarians, and the chile-heads?
| 14 years ago At this Dallas dining institution, romance—albeit schmaltzy—comes easily.
| 14 years ago Everyone loves a winner, and Poppy’s, in the old Sweet Tomato spot in McKinney, seems to be the deal.
| 14 years ago This sushi spot has all the essentials: reliable fish, good technique, and a rapport-ready staff.
| 14 years ago Alberto Lombardi, the granddaddy of Italian food in Dallas, reaches into his past and pulls out Toulouse Cafe and Bar, a French bistro. Dallas tongues are wagging.
| 14 years ago Just don’t call Jesus Nava’s place a taqueria.