27 Feb 2018
The Mary Katrantzou exhibition—according to the curator who helped pull it together
Our interview with Mary Katrantzou on the Dallas Contemporary’s retrospective of her work highlighted the importance of her collaboration with curator Justine Ludwig. It was Ludwig [...]
26 Feb 2018
(And what is that exactly?)
Dubbed “fire water” for a reason, grappa isn’t the most approachable to American palettes, especially for the uninitiated. But today, Sassetta kicks off a week-long celebration of [...]
23 Feb 2018
New exhibitions in bloom this month
From the wide-open prairies of the Lone Star state to nature viewed through a personal lens, Dallas art spaces offer a glimpse of spring. Writer Kendall Morgan shares her top sugge [...]
22 Feb 2018
Why we don’t need an extra reason to have a margarita
The Drink: Blood Orange Margarita Where: Wheelhouse, in front of a TV playing the Winter Games When: Optimally today (National Margarita Day) at 5:30 p.m. What’s in it: Te [...]
20 Feb 2018
Opportunity blooms for you, Pisces
Happy Birthday, Pisces! Give yourself the gift of a fragrance that’s as sparkling and optimistic as you. Forty Five Ten fragrance consultant, Shasa Mitcham, considers what’s ahead, [...]
19 Feb 2018
Designer Todd Oldham
Though not technically a Texan, Todd Oldham began his career here in a studio/warehouse near the Trinity Levee. A move to New York and focus shift from fashion to other realms (fur [...]
16 Feb 2018
The ultimate recipe for gourmet dog treats
On any given day, you’ll find baker Ruben Toraño in the kitchen at Commissary, piping mousses into golden sponge cakes, boiling bagels, and whispering motivational mantras into ris [...]
14 Feb 2018
Manis and pedis—delivered right to your door
Timesaving conveniences are everything. With one click you can conjure a souped-up bowl of ramen and a sixer of Sapporo, summon a car service, or unwind with a massage. But there’s [...]
12 Feb 2018
Cochon555 celebrates the world of heritage breed pigs
Chefs—and particularly butchers—are a group unto themselves, speaking their own language, keeping their own hours, and setting their own standards. Among the things their most fana [...]
9 Feb 2018
Valentine’s Day is lit
While we carefully select the fragrances we wear, Forty Five Ten fragrance specialist Shasha Mitcham, encourages equal consideration for the scents in the spaces around us. This is [...]
7 Feb 2018
Why handwritten letters will never go out of style
Text messages have their place. Late to dinner? Impromptu happy hour? Can’t remember which fabric softener your S.O. can’t live without? Text away.  But when it comes to birthdays [...]
6 Feb 2018
Mary Katrantzou celebrates color and creativity at the Dallas Contemporary
From the moment designer Mary Katrantzou sold her first collection to the chic-cult shop, Colette, it was clear that her work elevated the idea of prints to a genius level. Orig [...]