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The Prizefighter
By Jason Sheeler | March 10, 2015

Suppose someone asked you: “Hey, what does Dallas need more of?” Your answer might not be: “A big contemporary art event!”

“I get it,” says Ariel Saldivar, the person who just signed a three-year...

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Lose the Hassle, Just Travel
By Cassie Mlynarek | March 9, 2015

1. FlexJet
For those seeking a personal touch, experience the ultimate in relaxation as the crew attends to your every need. From $5,...

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Fortune Cookie
By Andrew Myers | February 19, 2015

Conventional Hollywood wisdom is that Empire—Fox’s hourlong musical/drama that chronicles a murderous mogul, his jailbird ex-wife and their three comely sons who are competing for control of daddy dearest’s hip-hop...

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Sweet Spots
By Nadia Dabbakeh | February 19, 2015

1. Cake Bar
Tracy German’s Trinity Groves dessert bar is always whipping up something good. Strawberry with cream cheese frosting, key lime with tart lime curd...

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Bright Lights
By Cassandra Mlynarek | February 12, 2015

1. Kinky Boots
A young Charlie Price inherits his father’s shoe factory only to find men’s fashion on the decline...

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Blo it Out
By Cassandra Mlynarek | February 9, 2015

Below, our top three hair do’s to try at the new Knox location. 4447 N. Central Expressway, Suite 105, 214.520.2569,

1. Up Do A La Carte...

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Java Jolt
By Kim Pierce | February 2, 2015

1. Ascension
Russell Hayward’s quirky coffee-by-day, wine-by-night spot in the Dallas Design District goes Uptown next year with a ...

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The Dish on Valentine’s Day
By Cassandra Mlynarek | January 23, 2015

1. Fearing's Restaurant
An elegant, chic atmosphere within Dallas’ Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Chef Dean Fearing’s special...

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Park Cities Gem
Rachael Abrams | Photography by Jill Broussard | January 22, 2015

As we approach the Hilton Dallas Park Cities, we remind ourselves that we’re not here to check into the hotel. Instead, we are ready to explore...

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An Emperor's Feast
Kim Pierce | January 22, 2015

Where others failed, Wolfgang Puck got it right, crowning Reunion Tower with a restaurant as dazzling as the 360-degree rotating view. Puck ups the ante for Chinese New Year, when ...

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By Nadia Dabbakeh | January 22, 2015


Commerce Street Bridge

“I live in Oak Cliff and take the Commerce Street Bridge to downtown all the time, only this time I was literally blinded by the bridge...

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Designer Genes
By Jessica Elliott | January 22, 2015

Dallas architectural designer and creative Eddie Fortuna has applied his visual talents and knack for spatial design to some of the biggest and most buzzed-about projects in the city—the Highland Park Village renovations and ...

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