Dallas Restaurants and Bars Step Up to Help Houston Hurricane Victims

Dallas Restaurants and Bars Step Up to Help Houston Hurricane Victims
As Houston and the Texas Coast continue to face the devastating effects of Harvey, North Texans have been quick to let victims of the storm know that they’re not alone. Many Dallas area businesses have jumped at the chance to help relief efforts by …
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A Handy Guide to Tourist Trap Restaurants in Los Angeles
Like any major American city, Los Angeles has its share of tourist traps and “locals don’t go” destinations. Folks tend to be disappointed by the sometimes shabby nature of Hollywood’s Walk of Fame, say, or enrage themselves over the lack of prime …
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Sage Woodfire Tavern to add two more locations this fall after closing two other restaurants
An Atlanta restaurant group will add two locations of its popular upscale American eatery this fall. Sage Woodfire Tavern will open in East Cobb Sept. 7 at 4 p.m. at 3050 Windy Hill Road SE in the former Houston’s spot. Another location will open in …
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NHRA Pro Stock Crewman Dallas Glenn Chasing Win Lights From Behind the Scenes, and Behind the Wheel

?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????NHRA Pro Stock Crewman Dallas Glenn Chasing Win Lights From Behind the Scenes, and Behind the Wheel
At age 5, Glenn first took his turn on the racecourse in quarter midgets. Throughout his youth, the family was also involved in mini sprints and motocross, and in later years, dwarf and Legend cars that Steve and Dana raced together. Dana plans to get in a …
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Be Wiser Hawkstone International Motocross meeting this weekend
The Be Wiser Hawkstone International Motocross meeting is fast approaching this weekend and fans will be treated to a full day of racing on Sunday the 5 February. Riders from across the globe will take part in the event. Photo: Ian Barrow Photography It is …
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Motorcycle Racer Ryan Dungey Makes History as First Motocross Athlete on Wheaties Box: ‘It’s Such an Honor’
Hunky motorcycle racer Ryan Dungey has been selected as the first ever motocross rider to grace the iconic Wheaties cereal box. The 26-year-old Belle Plaine, Minnesota, native is joining a long list of great athletes such as Michael Jordan and Tiger Woods …
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Dallas Summer Musicals‘ Dirty Dancing Is Not the Time of Our Lives

musicDallas Summer Musicals‘ Dirty Dancing Is Not the Time of Our Lives
Dirty Dancing was a surprise hit in 1987 — a low-budget, coming-of-age story that launched the late Patrick Swayze to stardom and secured its place in the roster of cult classics. So it’s only natural that, in the spirit of Hollywood’s obsession with …
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Scenic Utah amphitheater launches new Disney musical
It’s a place where Tarzan flies out across a natural red rock canyon and onto a massive stage, flooded just moments earlier by a waterfall that spurts out of the rusty sandstone backdrop. It’s a place where princes enter scenes riding on live horses …
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Top 10 Musicals Not to Miss at 2015 NYMF
… You never know what you will find in the line-up, which this year will feature concerts, readings and special events—and almost two dozen productions of new stage musicals–July 7-27 at performing spaces in and around New York City’s Theatre District.
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New to-go restaurant in downtown Dallas serves good-for-you Indian food

cusineNew to-go restaurant in downtown Dallas serves good-for-you Indian food
Indian food: healthy? A former dietitian at Parkland Memorial Hospital is opening a to-go shop focused on Indian and Pakistani cuisine. You’ll recognize dishes such as chicken tikka masala and chicken curry, and owner Navin Hariprasad promises they’re …
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This Michelin-star chef wants you to chew on this: No such thing as “Indian food”
Regional Indian cuisine is certainly taking off globally. But the challenge for Mathur is to win over New Yorkers used to eating chicken tikka masala, beef or lamb vindaloo and masala dosa. His message might be a tough one to, um, digest: There’s …
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A First Look at Spice in the City, a New IndianFood Takeout in Downtown Dallas
Spice in the City opened in the super-swanky Dallas Power & Light building downtown this week, offering a trim menu of classic Indian dishes. You have to enter through the apartment lobby and walk toward the back of the building — there is no sidewalk …
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