Blistered Broccoli

Blistered Broccoli

1 head broccoli, cut into small florets 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes Oil, salt and pepper Heat broiler on high. Place a 12-inch cast iron or carbon steel skillet under broiler for 5 minutes.  In a bowl, toss broccoli florets with oil and season with salt and pepper. Carefully remove pan from oven and pour […]

Another Round is ace in the hole

Another Round is ace in the hole

By David Mullen Another Round indoor mini-golf and bar, at 660 Fort Worth Ave. near Sylvan Thirty, is doing a number near Trinity Groves and the Dallas Design District. The number 12, to be exact. Owner Kendall Spence, 35, moved to Dallas from Houston 12 years ago and resides with his family in Oak Cliff. […]

Don’t suffer in silence

Don’t suffer in silence

By Nancy Black It came over me like a wave from one of those hurricanes finally hitting the shore. I was so sad. One minute, I had been sitting at my computer feeling fine, busily laying out this week’s newspaper, and the next I was overcome with sadness. Maybe it was the death of Ruth […]

Lake offers calm during COVID crisis

Lake offers calm during COVID crisis

White Rock Lake Weekly reader Lorin McGuire took this peaceful looking photograph of a duck floating past sailboats on White Rock Lake. Congratulations, Lorin! You just won a $25 gift certificate to a favorite local restaurant. Submit your original photograph of the lake or its surrounding areas to editor@whiterocklakeweekly.com. You could be our next winner!

Beef Tagine with Sweet Potatoes

Beef Tagine with Sweet Potatoes

2 pounds chuck roast or boneless leg of lamb, cut into 1-inch pieces 1 onion, diced 2 teaspoons paprika 1 teaspoon turmeric  1/2 teaspoon each cayenne, ground cumin, ground ginger 1 (15-ounce) can diced tomatoes, drained 2 sweet potatoes, peeled and cut into 1-inch chunks  1/4 cup chopped cilantro or parsley, divided Oil, salt and […]

Theaters go virtual, bring stage lights to home screens

Theaters go virtual, bring stage lights to home screens

‘THE SHOW MUST GO ON’ By Shari Goldstein Stern Seven months into isolation due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, while the country remains masked, socially distant, hygienically obsessive, inconvenienced and reeling with decisions, some area theaters have met the challenge. From dark stages come virtual “live” theater with shows produced electronically and beaming right into […]

Stars’ season remains in play

Stars’ season remains in play

By David Mullen The Dallas Stars are, surprisingly, returning to the Stanley Cup Finals for the first time in 20 years. It seems the 2019-20 NHL season has taken that long to play and, throughout the season, the team looked like it might take another 20 years to hoist the cup again. The Stars came […]

Strauss Square focusing on local arts groups

Strauss Square focusing on local arts groups

The AT&T Performing Arts Center successfully reopened its doors Friday night with a sold-out performance in Strauss Square of an Elevator Project production of Memorias Flamencas presented by Flamenco Fever. The Elevator Project is a Center program that supports small and emerging arts groups with performance space and resources on its campus in the Dallas […]

Orchestra finds clever way to play

Orchestra finds clever way to play

The Orchestra of Spain’s (ONS) new Masked Season begins Oct. 3 with a live strings concert of music by Boccherini, Geminiani, Respighi and Albéniz in the already tested and proven safe Zion Lutheran Church. During this time of increased safety, everyone must wear masks and practice 6-foot distancing. Venues will be cleaned before events, sanitizing […]

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