Red blends — red wines made with more than one grape — are often misunderstood in the United States. Learn more about these wines and try out our accompanying recipe for red beans.
The Bert family’s 90-year span of influence on the Fair started with the sno cone in 1919 and now includes the Big Tex Choice Award for Texas Fried Fritos Pie.
Whether they scored the winning touchdown or got their butts kicked, every team deserves a community atmosphere after the game like this pizzeria’s.
Dallas Clothing Exchange: Free. Drop off clean, gently worn clothes and shop for new ones at the fall Dallas Clothing Exchange, noon-6 p.m. Early drop-off is open the week before and the day of the event until 11:30 a.m. First United Lutheran Church.
When I started reporting this story in the spring, I thought the drys would offer fierce resistance to going wet, the wets would be mostly indifferent, and that the election would be decided by the drys’ enthusiasm. In fact, the drys have apparently been as indifferent as the wets, and this election has generated almost no controversy at all.
Don’t let the joviality of this shop’s dapper-looking dudes fool you. These guys can sell cashmere to Texans in August, and they know men’s fashion like Landry knew football.
Swing for sobriety at the 18th Annual Maggie’s House Golf Tournament on Oct. 22, or benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure with a purchase of plumping lip gloss from TrueBeautyRX during Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
The building that was damaged severely in a four-alarm fire this past March is getting a new life. Business owners expect the building at 2800 Greenville to open with three restaurants before the Super Bowl, Feb. 6.
Random, a home and gift boutique that opened five years ago at Inwood Village, is relocating to Hillside Village Shopping Center at Mockingbird and Abrams. The store carries an eclectic selection of goods, including stationery, jewelry, tote bags and funky home accessories, among other “random” stuff.
Fifty years ago, a group of moms in the Lochwood neighborhood got together and formed a club called Save Our Sanity, and it became a network of people willing to support one another in the realm of child rearing.
Amy Ebert and Angeline Koh started out renting kayaks from a tent on the north side of the lake, and in September, the experienced kayakers began offering lessons.
The Lakewood resident graduated from high school in 1976 — the best year, he’ll have you know — but he never really left.