| 6 years ago For many years, it was little more than a collection of warehouses. Then furniture shops and interior design studios moved in, but they didn’t cater to the general public. Now the district is enjoying its second renaissance. With its fine dining, art galleries, shopping, and, yes, even bowling, it's the city's next great entertainment destination.
| 6 years ago This woman knows it. (Hint: it involves 3-year-olds.)
| 6 years ago The Deep Ellum bar has a crowd full of friends you haven’t met yet.
| 6 years ago The health-trend-setting spot packs in an eclectic crowd.
| 6 years ago Enjoy a quiet conversation and savory (or sweet) soufflés.
| 6 years ago A lovely brunch in the Uptown spot formerly home to Primo's.
| 6 years ago The One Arts Plaza restaurant delivers a magical experience despite the indecipherable sum of its parts.
| 6 years ago Discover the street’s quirky charm with its original gypsy, Carley Seale.
| 6 years ago She had to reinvent herself—and her style—after a loss.
| 6 years ago The neighborhood has lived many lives since it was carved out of the former Trinity River floodway.
| 6 years ago Checking in on the controversial downtown Dallas building.
| 6 years ago Sarah Dodd once covered Dallas as a TV reporter. Now she lobbies it.
| 6 years ago How an obscure lawyer brought down one of the wealthiest families in Dallas.
| 6 years ago Jefferson Tower’s renovation could signal a renaissance.
| 6 years ago With the market on fire, the time is right to tear down I-345 and reroute I-30.
| 6 years ago Maybe there’s no such thing as perfection. But this particular Saturday was pretty close.
| 6 years ago The gallery owners traded their suburban home for an urban idyll.