| 14 years ago Brio is no more Tuscany than Southlake Town Center is Manhattan, but it is at least superior to standard suburban sprawl.
| 14 years ago Theatre Three’s Jac Alder has a tricky task: how to stage a beautiful play about a wonderfully bad opera singer. PLUS: SMU’s Claudia Stephens designs costumes fit for a fashion designer.
| 14 years ago If it’s Tofurky you want this Thanksgiving, head to Spiral Diner.
| 14 years ago In 1984, Carl Cornelius opened his truck stop, I-35’s only identifiable landmark, thanks in part to those 10-foot-tall frogs. Now, with a little help from his famous buddy, Cornelius intends to save the world, one trucker at a time.
| 14 years ago The Grill on the Alley takes on Steakville, and, with quiet competence, rises to the challenge.
| 14 years ago This Centrum restaurant is still a scene, thanks to celebrity diners (Hulk Hogan!) and the show at the sushi bar.
| 14 years ago Chef-owner Joseph Maher drives in from Southlake every day to create and serve an always-changing menu. The neighborhood thanks him.
| 14 years ago This little sushi spot fits right into the Knox-Henderson neighborhood, with its trendy Asian-fusion menu.
| 14 years ago For years, I’d been telling people I had run the Dallas White Rock Marathon. But really it was either the 13.1-mile half-marathon or the five-person relay. Last year, I did the full 26.2 miles. I would become a real marathoner—or die trying. Turns out, thse are not mutually exclusive outcomes.
| 14 years ago The former Plano Tortilla Factory & Cafe now has a lively scene along with Tex-Mex food.
| 14 years ago DCAD seemingly makes up tax laws as it goes; Harry Winston opens a Highland Park storefront on the strength of one savvy saleswoman; and down with Metroplex. PLUS: Who knew Lindsay Lohan’s kid sister could sing?
| 14 years ago They can dampen economic activity. But when a city uses tax revenue to invest, it can increase economic activity—and lower taxes.
| 14 years ago Hot accessories for cool dudes and a local scarf-weaving maven.
| 14 years ago When his son Esteban went missing, Bill Salazar put his life on hold. Four years later, after a long and tedious battle with the Garland Police Department, which declared his son had committed suicide, he’s still looking for answers.
| 14 years ago Smoke cigarettes if you must. But throw your butts into the street, and I’ll be all over your ash.
| 14 years ago Mark Cuban is known for attention-grabbing antics. But with Sharesleuth.com, he’s exploiting an SEC loophole and violating the first rule of journalism. (And he could do some real damage).