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How Are Dallas Diners Evolving?

We want more comfort food than ever, but we are also more willing to eat vegetarian and Mediterranean foods than people think. Plus: beer is out, tequila is in.
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Restaurants & Bars

Lucia’s Chef Talks About the Turkish Roots Behind Dallas’ Favorite Italian Restaurant

Before he made fresh pastas for a living, David Uygur grew up eating kebabs, baklava, and spinach pastries.
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Restaurants & Bars

Cookbook Star Yotam Ottolenghi, Who Visits Dallas This May, Tells Us How to Open New Worlds of Flavor

He spoke to us about using positivity as persuasion, cookbook-making secrets, and avoiding snobbery with cheap chocolate.
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An Interview with John and Jen of Pop Star Handcrafted Popsicles

For more than 2 years, John and Jen have been crafting small-batch popsicles using natural, local ingredients. Their passion shows.
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Five Questions With: Dallas Hip Hop Artist Jenny Robinson

Set to perform at Hailey's later this June, the rapper spoke to us about her new mixtape, the Dallas hip-hop scene, and dream collaborators.
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How Michael Auping Landed a Once-in-a-Lifetime Interview With The Reclusive Lucian Freud

“Have you ever had sex with one of your models in this room?” Auping asked Freud. After a pause, the artist answered: “What do you think?”
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Interview: The Dardenne Brothers’ Raw, Hostile Cinematic Style Breeds Hope

Like all of the Dardennes' work, The Kid With A Bike is a hard, visceral movie, shot in a documentary style – at times frantic, other moments as steady as a still life.
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Five Questions With The Wheeler Brothers

Austin band The Wheeler Brothers released their debut album, Portraits, in June 2011, and since then the band has toured the country relentlessly. They return to Texas tomorrow evening for a show at Dan's Silverleaf in Denton.
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Interview: Why Shepard Fairey Is Not A Sellout

Shepard Fairey speaks about his work, as well as the various tensions, conflicts, and nuances – between image and history, capitalism and renegade art – that arise in a creative practice like Fairey’s.
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