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Strength In (Musical) Numbers

It’s good to be strong. Both in terms of muscles and self-empowerment. Yesterday, tickets went on sale for the next free concert from Turtle Creek Chorale. And though it has far less to do with biceps than baritones, we’re still pumped to see it. Songs of Strength and Survival features the TCC Small Ensemble Showcase performing at Cathedral of Hope […]

Brunch Of The Week: Bowled Over

When someone invites you to brunch at a bowling alley, it’s OK to be skeptical. Especially if you have to drive all the way to Fort Worth. But Pinstripes isnot your ordinary bowling destination. And their brunch is far from ordinary, too. Start with bottomless mimosas or $5 Bloody Marys made with Tito’s Handmade Vodka and topped with an antipasto […]

Crush Of The Titan

Oh, to be a kid again. We distinctly remember sitting in the movie theater as a young boy watching the original Clash of the Titans starring a very shirtless, very sexy Harry Hamlin. Even though we didn’t fully understand the feelings we had stirring inside us while seeing him on the big screen, we somehow couldn’t wait to get home […]

A Stiff One At The Spa

When we write about canned cocktails, (which we realize we’ve done a lot lately, but so many good ones keep getting released!) we’re typically touting the fact that they’re low-calorie and low-alcohol. But what about those times when you want something to really booze you up while still being low-cal? That’s where Spa Girl Cocktails come in. Like so many […]

He’s Got Bette Davis Eyes

The most famous person we ever had dinner with was President George W. Bush. Sure, he was seated four tables away surrounded by Secret Service agents, but we’ll still count that as a celebrity dining encounter. But imagine if you actually had one of the world’s most famous movie stars come to your house for dinner—and stay for a month? […]

Brevity Is, Indeed, The Soul Of Wit

Even though Shakespeare proclaims the benefits of brevity, damn if we haven’t fallen asleep during some of his longer plays. But now through July 24, you can catch The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) [Revised] at the beautiful outdoor Samuell-Grand Amphitheater. Three talented actors perform all the bard’s works in a fast-paced, hilarious parody that covers everything he ever wrote. We’re […]

Brunch Of The Week: Movin’ On Uptown

A few weeks ago, we did a staycation at The Ritz-Carlton Dallas, so we spent a great deal of time exploring everything around the hotel when we weren’t luxuriating in the spa, our room’s giant soaking tub or the rooftop pool. Of course, brunch is always on our weekend agenda, so we wandered across the street to a place we […]

Wanna TAP That?

LifeWalk goes virtual again this year. But that means we can drink as much beer as we want and still cross from our living room to the finish line at our refrigerator door without much consequence. Of course, we don’t have to wait until the big day in October to indulge in some brewskis, thanks to the good folks over […]

Road Trip Life Lessons

Technology has definitely made road trips tolerable. We used to hate the idea of sitting in a car for hours on end, but thanks to satellite radio, mobile hot spots and podcasts, we can pass the time productively whether we’re a driver or passenger. For longer trips, podcasts keep us the most engaged while behind the steering wheel. Usually, we’re […]

How To Make Your Cooler Cooler

The only thing we enjoy more than a pair of pricks is a prickly pair.  Oops, prickly pear.  Add booze into the equation and you might not see us again until winter. Of course, by now you know where this whole setup is heading. Texas-based Lone River Ranch Water recently added a new flavor (Prickly Pear) to their lineup that […]