Visit The Dallas Contemporary for an inside look at exclusive photos of this iconic model
Even if you’ve already got a copy of Kate, Mario Sorrenti’s photographic paean to a teenage Kate Moss, there’s nothing quite like seeing the originals.
The Dallas Contemporary presents “Kate,” 58 of Sorrenti’s black-and-white portraits of his then girlfriend along with something far more exclusive: the photographer’s ... More
Visit this stylishly eclectic restaurant for an unforgettable meal paired with perfect ambiance
Felix Culpa, which translates to “happy fault” or “blessed mistake,” is a hybrid lounge-cum-restaurant with spiffy midcentury modern decor, resplendent with velvet couches, Pop Art, and eclectic chandeliers.
The nightspot scores with authentic Italian dishes and American classics rendered with finesse. Menu highlights are the charred octopus, steak ... More
From a deserted island to Dallas, Ashley Murphree Tran defies the odds
Ashley Murphree Tran knows risk. At the age of five, in 1979, she fled Ho Chi Minh City with her parents and sister in a boat crammed with refugees. On the seventh day, Thai fishermen pirated their valuables and fuel, dumped their food in the ocean, aa lind set the ... More
At 20, the Crow Museum of Asian Art has grown bigger and better
Formerly called the Crow Collection of Asian Art, the downtown gallery has completed an expansion and renovation that added a studio workshop, a cozy street-side terrace, improved visitor access, and a new space for its award-winning boutique of Asian goods.
The anniversary celebration welcomes Clouds and Chaos by ... More
Dallas has so many fans of Le Cirque and Circo (pronounced “cheerko”) that the city has now gained one of its own
Anchoring a residential tower in uptown, Circo Dallas boasts an Italian coastal menu, house-made pasta, and three signature dishes by famed Le Cirque founder Sirio Maccioni: Mama Egi’s spinach and buffalo ricotta ravioli, lobster and black truffle salad, and crème brûlée.
The restaurant also has an unusual twist: ... More
The Dallas Museum of Art greets the new year with three exhibitions spotlighting female talent
Ida O’Keeffe: Escaping Georgia’s Shadow: Presents 50 paintings, watercolors, prints, and drawings by the overlooked but formidable sibling of modern master Georgia O’Keeffe. A highlight of the DMA-organized show—the first of its kind—is a series of six abstract lighthouse paintings. Through February 24.
Women + Design: New Works: ... More
From celebrating the Dada art movement to impressionist and modern art, these are our must-see exhibits
Eighty-plus works of painting, sculpture and paper by Dada co-founder Jean Arp are on view at the Nasher Sculpture Center. “It’s a tremendous privilege to present Arp’s astoundingly inventive and varied works,” says Nasher curator Catherine Craft. “Experiencing the full range of his achievements reveals an artist of protean creativity.”
“The Nature of Arp” runs ... More
See why these two luxe restaurants are our top reservation requests
Top Dallas chef Kent Rathbun, and his wife, Tracy, have a thing for Asian cuisines—all of them. They channeled that passion into Imoto, a new upscale restaurant in rebounding Victory Park. The concept is a fantastic bar, really awesome sushi and food from all over Asia—Thai to ... More
The status quo is unacceptable to Jennifer Sampson, president and CEO of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas
Jennifer Sampson, the president and CEO of United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, has big ideas and isn’t afraid to implement them. That’s the reason there are a couple hundred thousand fewer impoverished people in Dallas than if trends had continued, and why a popular nonprofit restaurant has ... More
Beauty Bioscience CEO and co-founder Jamie O’Banion is changing the skincare game worldwide from her Dallas headquarters
A quick scroll through Jamie O’Banion’s Instagram and one may wonder how the mother of three could possibly do everything that she does, and do it all seemingly flawlessly.
For starters, she seems to exist on little to no sleep, yet she looks perfectly put-together, 100 percent of ... More