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National Geographic Society Awards Two Dallas Zoo Staffers Grants for Their Projects on Penguins and Amphibians | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
Two Dallas Zoo staffers won big for conservation after receiving a grant of roughly $70,000 from the National Geographic Society. Supervisor of Birds Kevin Graham and Curator of Ectotherms Ruston Hartdegen will join the ranks of renowned conservationists like Jane Goodall and Jacques Cousteau, all w...
Biker Gang Booking Is Helping the DFW DIY Concert Scene | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
Max Cronen went from working as a stagehand at the Levitt Pavilion in Arlington to founding a small, independent booking agency that has represented many DIY artists across the country. The 24-year-old Arlington resident says he started Biker Gang Booking in 2016 to help grow Arlington’s music sce...
Plano Mall Now Lets You Sip Beer and Wine While Shopping | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
We've always been fans of grocery stores where you can sip beer and wine while you shop — buying vegetables just feels less humdrum while nursing a glass of rosé. Now, a Plano mall is letting visitors sip booze while shopping, which is about to make that bathing suit-buying experience...
Radio City Rockettes Will Host an Audition in Dallas This Weekend | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
Since 2001, the Radio City Rockettes have hosted the Rockettes Summer Intensive, a weeklong camp at which dancers get to train like Rockettes in the same space where the Rockettes rehearse for their annual Christmas Spectacular. In those 18 years, 75 women have been hired as full-time Rockettes...
It Sure Looks Like Beto O'Rourke Is Headed for Des Moines | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
Apologies in advance, but we're going to have to take another long look at Beto O'Rourke's Medium blog. Late Wednesday afternoon, O'Rourke took to the blogging platform with another journal entry right out of a graduate creative writing workshop — Doesn't the University of Iowa have one of those? ...
Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
Friday The annual Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo kicks off its three-week run with the Best of the West Ranch Rodeo at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Will Rogers Memorial Auditorium, 3401 W. Lancaster Ave. (The big All-Western Parade through downtown Fort Worth will take place at 11 a.m. Saturday,...
On His New Album, Charlie Shafter Explores His Own “Helplessness and Hopelessness” | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
With the release of his third album, When I Was Yours and You Were Mine, Fort Worth-based songwriter Charlie Shafter has his first record since his self-titled album in 2012. Fueled by an eventful set of personal peaks and valleys, Shafter’s new set of songs simply had to be recorded...
Former Dallas City Attorney Larry Casto Is Out of the Mayor's Race | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
A half-dozen or so candidates remain in Dallas' mayoral race, hoping to navigate the rocky path to a one-on-one showdown and a runoff. Friday morning, former Dallas City Attorney Larry Casto announced he is no longer one of them. Casto, a North Oak Cliff resident, said he believes his remaining...
Ax Throwing Places Are Popping Up All Over DFW | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
As you step up to the line, ax in hand, you stare down the wooden target in front of you. With a powerful swing, you launch the ax into the air and watch as it lodges as closely as possible to the painted bull's-eye you aimed for. This is the...
This Pizza Sub Should Be a Dallas Landmark | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
Like the origin of the moon and widespread reports across the country of a persistent low-frequency humming, one of Earth’s greatest mysteries is the calzone. How do we classify this Naples-born classic? Unless there’s been some botched science, it’s not sandwich. Is a calzone a taco? No. Mayb...
Music News: KAABOO Texas, Maren Morris and More Anchor This Week's Concert Announcements | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 18, 2019
It's an eventful week of concert announcements in Dallas. We've got Globe Life Park going out in style. A slew of Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees coming to town. And, did you hear about the big-ticket music and comedy festival coming to Jerry World? All of that, plus...
Federal Shutdown Could Kill This Dallas Family's Dream of Opening a Brewpub | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
Veronica and Craig Bradley mortgaged their future to open the brewpub Vector Brewing in Lake Highlands. In December, they signed a lease for the 10,000-square foot brewery. Just 14 days later, the federal government shutdown started, and now, the Bradleys' future — and Vector Brewing — is in t...
As Shutdown Drags On, TSA Agents Protest at DFW Airport | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
It's hard to blame DFW Airport's Transportation Security Administration agents for being unprepared at this point. For federal workers, a government shutdown is always looming, an event out of their control that can be forced on them at any time. Those employed by the TSA and other federal agencies ...
This Just In: My Wife Does Not Eat Mealworms. After All. | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
I don’t know how many people know this, but my wife, Mariana Greene, was a pioneer of urban chicken-keeping during her days as a garden columnist for The Dallas Morning News, years before backyard chickens became chic. She helped make them chic. To this day she takes her chickens extremely...
Enjoy the Warm Temps Today, Dallas: Stuff Gets Real This Weekend | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
The weather gods have heard us, disparaging our mild winter, our complaining that it's been marred by rain and have decided that they shall smite us for our blaspheming. This weekend, they are summoning the worst of their winter tricks — the mighty blue norther — to awaken us from...
Jon Spencer Is Set to Bring His Biggest Hits to Dallas After the Release of His First Solo Album | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
Jon Spencer, a long time figure originating from the New York Punk scene of the 80s, released his first solo album last year and is coming to Club Dada to play a show.
The Killers, Kid Rock, Little Big Town Added to KAABOO Texas’ Confusing Hodgepodge of a Lineup | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
In recent years, music critics have argued the existence of “festival fatigue” and have attributed this phenomenon to the saturated presence of music festivals in the country. Despite this economic impediment, organizers of Del Mar, California-based music festival KAABOO have made it a point to ...
Damn Fine Music Fest Is Going With Obscure Twin Peaks Characters This Year | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
The time has come again for another five supergroups to deliver 25-minute sets based on different characters from the classic series Twin Peaks. Yes, it's Damn Fine Music Fest II. If you’re not familiar with the concept, DOMA-winning talent buyer Jeff Brown of King Camel Productions has creat...
At Maracas Cocina Mexicana, $1 Mimosas Are the Big Brunch Draw | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
Maracas Cocina Mexicana serves mimosas for $1 during brunch. For some, that’s probably enough to prompt a Sunday visit, so we might as well start out with that. Those mimosas just might be the most memorable part of brunch at this Deep Ellum Mexican eatery. Of course, a few mimosas...
Dry January Getting You Down? Try the Mocktails at Blue Sushi Sake | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
It's National Mocktail Week, so we thought we'd embrace a booze-free option and we were DELIGHTED that Blue Sushi Sake Grill offers not just one, but FOUR creative, zero-proof cocktails to keep our hands occupied and our self-awareness in check.
Get Your Groceries and Mental Health Checked Out at Walmart | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 17, 2019
There are countless things you can buy in a Walmart. TVs, dishwashing detergent, all the modern creature comforts are a few crowded aisles away. But since November, a Walmart in DFW has added one item to the list: therapy. Beacon Care Services, an offshoot of Boston-based behavioral health services ...
Even Better Than Getting Rid of Curfew: Get Rid of Children | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
City Hall is having a big debate with itself about getting rid of the city’s long-standing youth curfew. We should do an experiment. Try this: Rigorously enforce the curfew outside late-night teenage house parties in the affluent white Lakewood and Preston Hollow neighborhoods. Then re-poll everyb...
Ruston Kelly Went Through Hell, and Made a Few Stops in California On the Way Back | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
It’s easy to wander your way into a drug addiction – and oftentimes, people do. But to overcome one requires a will power that, to many people, is so unprecedented that they seek out spiritual intervention in the process, whether they’re religious or not. The story of Ruston Kelly is...
Bruce Corbitt Enters Hospice Care, Vows Never To Stop Fighting Cancer | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
The new year has gotten off to a rough start for Dallas metal fans. Local metal legend Bruce Corbitt has entered hospice care. The former lead signer of Rigor Mortis and Warbeast, the 56-year-old Corbitt has been battling stage 4 esophageal cancer since early 2018. He's been chronicling this battle....
Flatland Cavalry Unveil Homeland Insecurity at Billy Bob’s This Friday | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
2016 was a breakout year for Lubbock-birthed Texas country band, Flatland Cavalry, whose first full record, Humble Folks, caught the attention of fans and music critics across the state. The band’s self-described sound that’s “easy on the ears, heavy on the heart” was a breath of fresh air f...
Skip Starbucks — White Rock Coffee's Bacon, Egg and Cheese Sandwich Is Perfect | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
It’s a good day when you don’t have to quickly inhale a Starbucks breakfast. Maybe you’re on the road or trapped between rainstorms at the airport, but there’s always a dispassionate sigh that boils up when that Starbucks oven tower “dings” and a scalding, bland English muffin drops into...
This Weekend: A Cornbread and Country Music Pop-Up and a Chocolate and Art Show | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
For art and chocolate lovers, your event is in Dallas this weekend. The Chocolate and Art Show brings together more than 100 artists, photographers and chocolatiers from Texas. Come hungry, leave with new art. What: Chocolate and Art Show When: 8 p.m.-2 a.m. Thursday-Friday, Jan. 17-18 Where: Lofty ...
With Chris Shepherd and Aaron Franklin, Uchiba's 2019 Uncommon Ramen Series Is Stacked | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
On Monday, Jan. 28, Uchiba once again kicks off its popular Uncommon Ramen series, which lets a guest chef take over Uchiba's kitchen for the night to cook up truly spectacular bowls of ramen. The 2019 series starts strong with chef Tyson Cole, the founder of Uchi and its upstairs...
NVGM Finds a Portable Gaming Console You've Never Heard of Unless You Worked for Vectrex | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
Ask any hardcore gamer who grew up in the 1980s to name what they believe to be the first portable gaming console. They'd probably answer with the Entex Electric Baseball game or those tiny, white Tiger Electronics LCD games that their parents thought were just as good as a Sega...
Amazon Deems Local Filmmaker's Bigfoot Horror Comedy Cherokee Creek Too Offensive to Sell | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 16, 2019
When filmmaker Todd Jenkins released his independent horror comedy film Cherokee Creek last summer about a group of horny bachelors whose party in the woods gets crashed by a furious Sasquatch, he released it on his terms. He controlled the script, filming and editing process. He chose the prem...
Why Did Anybody Think Circo TX Was a Good Idea for a Restaurant? | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
When I visit a restaurant, I sometimes imagine the conversations its creators had. What were they thinking? Why did they invest money in this concept? How did they miss the flashing neon orange warning signs that their business plan was doomed? My newest morbid fascination is Circo TX, a 25,000-squa...
Fit Men Cook: How Kevin Curry Made Being Healthy a Lucrative Lifestyle | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
Dallasite Kevin Curry has turned a recipe blog and Instagram account into a massive lifestyle brand, Fit Men Cook, that now includes a new recipe book and more than 1.3 million Insta followers.
The Container Store May or May Not Be More Crowded Thanks to Tidying Up | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
A new year, for some, may mean extreme change and a mad dash to The Container Store. When Marie Kondo’s Netflix series Tidying Up kicked off Jan. 1, the show brought new meaning to the phrase “thin is in” as the tiny, Japanese decluttering guru coached distraught couples into getting...
DSO’s 2019 SOLUNA Festival Is Full of Contemporary Music, Artistic Collaboration and Trolls | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s annual SOLUNA International Music and Arts Festival is back for its fifth iteration, and with it comes some intriguing programming as always. In years past, SOLUNA has given us a mixed bag of sorts as it’s worked toward finding a true purpose within the DSO. Odd.....
Is One of These Dallas Kids the Next Big Superstar? | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
Linda Septien knows a thing or two about talent. As the founder of Septien Entertainment Group, Septien has coached and developed Texas superstars Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato and many more. She’s earned her title as the Kingpin of Pop Talent, yet she shows no signs of slowing down. SEG boa...
Peticolas' New Beer Clocks in at 13 Percent ABV and Honors the Old-Fashioned | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
Beer cocktails are a pretty common sight on many of the menus and chalkboards of North Texas’ favorite craft beer destinations. And any Mexican joint worth its Tajin has some form of michelada available come brunch time. By flipping the script, Peticolas Brewing just introduced something far more ...
Tarrant County GOP's Decision to Keep Muslim Vice Chair — Why Was That Even a Question? | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
The good news, such as it is: The Tarrant County Republican Party decided that a politically conservative trauma surgeon who also serves on the Southlake City Council is a perfectly fine choice to be party vice chairman, even if he is a ... gasp ... Muslim. The bad news for...
Two Reviewers, Two Takes on a Concert by Duo Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
Two people. One Ashlee Simpson and Evan Ross concert. One owns two of Simpson's albums. The other didn't even know how Ashlee spelled her name, that she still sang or that she was married to someone other than Pete Wentz. Here is how the night went from two different perspectives...
Former State Rep. Jason Villalba Is (Maybe) the Last Kid in the Mayoral Pool | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 15, 2019
Looks like it's going to be eight. Former state Representative Jason Villalba added his name to Dallas' long list of mayoral candidates Tuesday morning, becoming the eighth, and likely final, candidate to join the race. Villalba is trying his hand at municipal politics after being ousted from his se...
If Not for Trump, We'd All Be Talking About Governor Abbott's Tweets | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
Greg Abbott gets away with a lot. He's a firebrand, far-right conservative in a state that's tilted significantly more liberal over the last five years. He didn't get much done during his first term — the state's property tax and school finance system are still in shambles — and, unlike...
Finding an Antidote to Trump's Politics of Fear in Dallas' Backyard | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
It’s easy to get politically depressed. Sometimes it’s not easy to get out of bed. But we need to draw a deep breath and look at the long arc. Sunlight glows out there on the far horizon. Last week at the very moment President Donald Trump was doing his Dumbo...
The Beto O'Rourke Silly Season Is Getting Even Sillier | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
Oprah, teeth cleanings and nascent beards. Among a few other tidbits, that's where we are in Beto O'Rourke's presidential flirtation. The maybe candidate still isn't doing anything that actually means anything, so social media gawkers and the media are left to project their own meaning onto everythi...
Rae Sremmurd, CHVRCHES and Tinashe Will Perform at Fortress Fest | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
The full lineup for the third Annual Fortress Festival was released this week and it is arguably the most formidable and balanced offering from Fort Worth’s premier music event to date. Chart-topping hip-hop duo Rae Sremmurd, synth-pop trio CHVRCHES, R&B singer/songwriter Tinashe and London-ba...
Two Grandmas Baking Sweets in North Dallas Show It's Never Too Late to Start Something New | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
Everyone could benefit from more grandmas in their lives, since it's well-documented that grandmas are the best people on earth. If only the hurting, stressed-out people among us could borrow an extra grandmother to bake us cookies, dole out hugs and gently caress our cherubic faces as we fall aslee...
How a Bishop Arts Restaurant Inspired 'Pastry King,' a Play Coming to AT&T Performing Arts Center | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
Scott Zenreich is an unassuming young man who likes to work in theaters and has spent years working in restaurants. He has a wide smile that shows nothing but sincerity when you meet him, and he speaks with graciousness that makes you want to be his friend. It almost seems...
'Amaluna,' a Cirque du Soleil Show, Is Coming to Grand Prairie | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
In a few short weeks, the iconic blue-and-yellow tent announcing the arrival of Cirque du Soleil and its show "Amaluna" will be raised at Lone Star Park in Grand Prairie. For fans of anything Cirque du Soleil, they can expect the same lavish costumes and haunting art design that’s made...
The 10 Best Concerts of the Week: The Bralettes, The Murder City Devils and More | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
Your 10 best music picks for this week include funk, rap, indie rock, techno and more. Catch locals The Bralettes, The Funky Knuckles, Mr. Pookie and Raised Right Men. Or check out The Murder City Devils, The Districts, Amen Dunes, Joe Ely, Felix Da Housecat and Pop Evil as they...
Bayside’s Intimate Acoustic Show Warms Hearts Even on Chilly Night | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
If you weren’t at Gas Monkey Bar N' Grill freezing your butt off to watch Bayside’s acoustic show Saturday night, we feel sorry for you. You really blew it big-time. And if you missed it to watch the Cowboys lose, we’re sending even more sympathy your way. Acoustic material is...
Onetime Teen Idol Jesse McCartney Has Devoted Fans All These Years Later | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 14, 2019
Jesse McCartney. Remember him? Listen to “Beautiful Soul” and it might ring a bell. Chances are someone you know had a poster of him, a CD of his or at the very least, a crush on him. McCartney was the king of Radio Disney in the early 2000s, singing his...
Historically Inaccurate Confederate Plaque To Be Removed From Texas Capitol | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
The Texas State Capitol's ahistorical Children of the Confederacy plaque is finally coming down after a unanimous State Preservation Board vote Friday morning. The plaque, which features the "Children of the Confederacy Creed" has long been a source of controversy at the capitol. Over the last ...
How To Become a Pro at Karaoke, From the Pros Themselves | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
Mel Arizpe and Laura Carrizales were three hours from going on stage and performing their final song at the Karaoke World Championships in Helsinki. They were tied for fourth place with another duet, who had just finished an energetic performance in which they were all over the stage. “I told...
Music News: Fred Armisen, Jimmy Buffett and Fortress Fest Highlight the Week in Concert Announcements | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
2019 is off and running with this week's new concert announcements. We've got laughs and guitar riffs, stony rap riffs and a few old-timers picking things back up for the summer. Check out what's next going on sale. Comedian, musician and SNL alumnus Fred Armisen is coming to Dallas on...
On the Hunt for an Elaborate, Obscure Coffee Brewing Method in DFW | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
There’s no shortage of coffee spots in North Texas. With that comes a variety of ways for coffee addicts to get their fix brewed — pour-overs, cold-brew, French press, standard drip. An older brewing method, however, seems to have come and gone in the DFW coffee scene. The siphon method...
Sugar Fang Brings Vegan Baked Goods — and Sweet Skulls — to Deep Ellum | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
A new vegan bakery opened its doors in Dallas last month. Sugar Fang Vegan Bakery, owned by Sam Wynne of BrainDead Brewing and Bowls & Tacos, brings dairy-free, plant-based baked goods to Deep Ellum. Malikei Hetherington is the pastry chef and manager of this new concept. Trained in vegan cookin...
Best Things To Do in Dallas This Weekend | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
Friday Alive, he’d be celebrating his 84th birthday this month. Dead, Elvis’ birthday bash continues with the look, the voice and the moves of tribute performer Kraig Parker, who has represented the King in more than 1,000 party, cruise ship, corporate and Las Vegas appearances since Presley’s...
Dallas City Council Member Scott Griggs Confirms Mayoral Run | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
As of last night, it's official. Scott Griggs, North Oak Cliff's long-serving City Council member, is running for mayor. "Dallas needs a new kind of mayor, a mayor we can trust to champion our neighborhoods and our diverse communities and lead us to reclaim Dallas for the people of Dallas,"...
Best Places To Watch the Cowboys This Weekend | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
The Dallas Cowboys are going to the next round of the playoffs Saturday. Only three victories stand in their way of another championship ring, and Cowboys fans everywhere are counting the hours until kickoff. Since the game is happening in Los Angeles, where they take on the Rams, people who...
5 Things to Watch as the Cowboys Take on the Rams Saturday Night | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 11, 2019
Saturday is one of the nights that's happened far too little for Cowboys fans over the last decade. Their team takes the national stage in prime time in Los Angeles, one upset away from playing in its first NFC Championship Game since January 1996. Defense travels, and the Cowboys have...
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick and the White House, a Match Made in Heaven | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
As rumors surrounding Dan Patrick and a potential White House job reached a fever pitch, the Observer's thoughts turn, naturally, to Henny Youngman. "Take our lieutenant governor ... please." Patrick, the most powerful politician in the state, couldn't be a better fit for the White House. Throughout...
Convention  Center Gives Big, Old Wobbly Middle Finger to City Auditor | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
The Dallas city auditor released a report last Friday painting the outfit that promotes the Dallas Convention Center as a runaway, money-burning, out-of-control party barn. Soon after, Mayor Mike Rawlings had words to say. Rawlings told The Dallas Morning News: “The narrative in the audit is about...
Dallas County Hit With First Flu Deaths of 2018-19 Season | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
Two adults are the first Dallas County residents to die from the flu this season, Dallas County Health and Human Services officials announced Wednesday afternoon. The two victims were 59 and 66 years old, according to the county, which does not provide any additional identifying information about th...
Dallas Observer Mixtape: The Year in Dallas Dance Music 2018 | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
Dance music has always had a contentious relationship with mainstream Dallas culture. Going out in the city’s nightlife hot spots like Deep Ellum and Uptown, you might think this is the land of trap, top 40 and hip-hop with not much room for anything else. But underneath the surface, local...
CBD Provisions Makes Brunch at the Joule Feel Downright Dreamy | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
The phrase “brunch at the Joule” has a ring to it that makes you feel like you’re going somewhere special. And with what CBD Provisions regularly has to offer, you’d be right. For us downtown residents, the Joule is a place we can regularly visit. That might mean workout clothes...
A Hybrid Greek/Italian Restaurant is Coming to Walnut Hill and Central Expressway | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
The Hill, the sprawling new development at Walnut Hill and Central Expressway, took a major hit recently with the news that its anchor tenant, sustainable home good store TreeHouse, was already closing after a brief run, but new things are in the works. The mixed-use development has no shortage of.....
The Ranch Water at Jalisco Norte Is a Texas Classic That's Light on Calories | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
Jalisco Norte offers us four Ranch Water slants. Our favorite is the Early Riser; it's just the thing to get us through these weird 60-degrees-in-January days and not ruin our resolutions ... just yet.
The Best of Fests Combines Dallas' Top Film Fests Into One Mega Film Fest | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
The Dallas film festival scene has exploded in a short time. It's gotten so big that occasionally they occupy the same space on the calendar. "A few years back, we had a situation where a couple of festivals fell on the same date, which of course is not great," film...
Jim Weathers Believes He Can Heal You, But Just Don't Ask How He Does It | Dallas Observer
Dallas Observer | January 10, 2019
Performing miracles at a rented duplex in Oak Lawn this week, ladies and gentlemen how ’bout a big round of applause forrrr … God? “No, I’m not God,” says Jim Weathers. “Just his big, ugly conduit.” Um, yeah, about that glaring lack of a miracle-worker denial. That’s because Weathers...