Park Sees Food Supporting 20% of Operations

As Nancy reported earlier on SideDish, that new restaurant at Dallas’s Klyde Warren Park is expected to help support the park’s ongoing operations. So, how much dough will the park pooh-bahs be looking for exactly? According to Jody Grant, chairman of the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundation, a pretty good chunk. The park’s annual operating budget […]

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Days Left For Best of Big D: Food and Drink Vote

Have you been doing your best to support all your favorite restaurants in our annual Readers’ Choice: Food and Drink voting? Have you been visiting the site every day to cast your ballots? You haven’t?  Well, I’m not here to judge you.  I’m here to implore you to vote today, tomorrow, and Sunday.  For those […]

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Vote on the Best Food and Drink in Dallas in Best of Big D Readers’ Poll Starting Monday, March 12

It’s almost time for round two of our annual Best of Big D Readers’ Choice poll. Starting Monday, you’ll have a chance to vote for your favorite spots for dining and imbibing in Dallas. As always, you’ll have two weeks to cast your ballots, and you can vote up to once a day on your […]

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See Raya Ramsey Talk About D Magazine Valentine’s Picks While Seated Next to Lingerie

As noted previously, ShopTalk‘s Raya Ramsey was on the telly early this morning. WFAA Daybreak host Ron Corning got too caught up in his personal anecdote about the blue cheese chocolate at Dude, Sweet Chocolate and ran out of time to ask Raya about where she got the lingerie that she’s seated next to during […]

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Frito Pie, Plano, the Super Bowl, and the ‘Rise of Mesoamerican Civilization’

While the organizers of last year’s North Texas Super Bowl are wondering why the football gods couldn’t have delivered us the weather we’re having this week in 2011 – instead of the Snow-and-Ice-Mageddon we got – Smithsonian.com reflects upon another Texas contribution to our country’s annual orgy on football and new television commercial campaigns: the Frito. […]

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