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The Neon Lights Are Bright in Dallas

Dallas productions of The Elephant Man and Children of a Lesser God proved that Broadway is getting closer to home.

The Neon Lights Are Bright in Dallas

Dallas productions of The Elephant Man and Children of a Lesser God proved that Broadway is getting closer to home.

Mozart Is As Mozart Was

Conductor Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart are two centuries apart, but their ideas about music are exactly the same.

A Good Catch

Schrenkeisens’ is so elegant you’ll think you’re in the big city, but the fish is so fresh you know you’re on the coast. Ninfa’s runs thirteen Mexican restaurants across Texas, and amazingly, they can all cook.

A Good Catch

Schrenkeisens’ is so elegant you’ll think you’re in the big city, but the fish is so fresh you know you’re on the coast. Ninfa’s runs thirteen Mexican restaurants across Texas, and amazingly, they can all cook.

Miracle on Main Street

Le Select gives Houston fine French cooking in simple surrounds and at unbeatable prices; Hedary’s, a Lebanese outpost in Fort Worth, offers adventurous
Cowtowners some exotic alternatives to beef.

Miracle on Main Street

Le Select gives Houston fine French cooking in simple surrounds and at unbeatable prices; Hedary’s, a Lebanese outpost in Fort Worth, offers adventurous
Cowtowners some exotic alternatives to beef.

China Towns

In San Antonio, everything that glitters is in the Golden Palace, where the food is as gaudy as the décor. Austin’s OMei China gives you a zap on the mouth.

Mr. Nice Guy Takes the Baton

The San Antonio symphony is beleaguered. Conductor
Lawrence Smith is well mannered. They’re both mediocre.

Mr. Nice Guy Takes the Baton

The San Antonio symphony is beleaguered. Conductor
Lawrence Smith is well mannered. They’re both mediocre.

China Towns

In San Antonio, everything that glitters is in the Golden Palace, where the food is as gaudy as the décor. Austin’s OMei China gives you a zap on the mouth.

Going for Baroque

Dallas Civic Opera lured audiences back to the eighteenth
century with its American premiere of Vivaldi’s
Orlando Furioso.

Going for Baroque

Dallas Civic Opera lured audiences back to the eighteenth
century with its American premiere of Vivaldi’s
Orlando Furioso.

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