| 6 years ago Dallas is known for the beautiful people who call it home. However, we weren’t all blessed at birth with a great set of genes. Some of us require a little cosmetic maintenance to keep up, and we’re not ashamed to admit it.
| 10 years ago Dallas police found that filming rowdy Lower Greenville bar patrons helps keep the peace. So why not do it more often?
| 10 years ago The menu is an ambitious compilation of Vietnamese, Korean, Japanese, French, and Italian. Perhaps they should knock off a few cuisines and concentrate on two or three.
| 10 years ago How D Magazine’s executive editor totally saved two people from drowning.
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| 11 years ago Get out of your neutral rut with these ultra-violet beauty basics.
| 11 years ago In 1981, he opened a store called Bill’s Records. Then it became his life.
| 11 years ago Successful Dallas developer Jack Matthews goes for the green on the bonnie shores of Lake Lewisville.
| 11 years ago The former 105.3 talk radio ratings king talks about his arrest and when he might return to the airwaves.
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| 11 years ago Kent Rathbun aims to serve upscale Texas-grown comfort food. But what he delivers most is salt.
| 11 years ago Brad Oldham and Brandon Oldenburg’s sculptures bring drama to Deep Ellum. But can they bring the crowds?
| 11 years ago The exhibit “The Art of Architecture: Foster + Partners” explains the architecture of the new Winspear Opera House—and provides a glimpse at where Dallas might be headed.